Queen Elizabeth Hall is located in Worstead, Norfolk, (in England – for those stumbling on this website from the wider world) and is available to use all year round and can offer a wide range of excellent options for any event.
In the late 1970s, the playing field was acquired, providing the site for the planned village hall. The foundation stone was laid on 10 June 1984 and officially opened by the Queen Mother on 29 July 1985.
Solar panels and double glazing were installed at the beginning of 2014 made possible by grants from Sheringham Shoal and the Worstead Festival Charity.
Queen Elizabeth Hall consists of a large hall, a club and committee room plus a bar.
Aims & activities:
There are village hall facilities for a multitude of events including film shows, theatre, entertainment events, antiques, arts and crafts, children’s activities, badminton, dog shows, weddings, private parties, meetings, learning centre and many more events such as keep fit and bingo among other plentiful options for the halls use.
Queen Elizabeth Hall
“The Lunchbox” will be screened at 19.30pm on Friday 15th November in the bar area – tickets are £5 per head – please reserve with Shirley on 01692 406582 – doors open at 18.30pm.
Preceding the film from 18.30pm we will be offering a choice of a Chicken Rendang curry or a vegetarian option.
Sweet Potato curry (both with naan bread) at £5 per head.
Please advise us if you have any food intolerances – we will not be using any nuts or nut oil in the recipe.
It is essential that tickets for the curry (and, preferably, the film) are reserved for this event – we ask that you advise us whether you want the vegetarian or the meat curry when booking.
So a total of £10 per head for a home-made curry and a fantastic film – great value – and an opportunity to support our film nights.
Provided that this event is well-attended we plan to put on future “themed” film nights e.g. “Withnail and I” to be screened on 17th January 2020 with cake and “the finest wines known to humanity”.