The Preston Village Hall Committee are closely monitoring the Government's advice regarding Coronavirus and are taking the precautions advised to help to prevent the spread of the infection.
We have taken the decision to cancel our fund raising events
for March, April and May.
These should have been:-
Pop-up Breakfast Saturday 7 March
Saturday 4 April
Saturday 16 May
Flicks in the Sticks Saturday 21 March
Saturday 25 April
Saturday 30 May
Annual Plant Sale Saturday 16 May
Spring Country Walk Sunday 17 May
If circumstances change, notices will be posted on our website, our Facebook and in the Village Stores to make residents aware.
At the moment the hall will remain available for bookings and users should use their own discretion regarding whether or not cancel their bookings for classes and club meetings.
Please follow Government and WHO guidelines and regarding handwashing and how to reduce potential spreading of infections.
Welcome to the Preston Village Hall website! You'll will find information about weekly classes, how to hire the hall and details about the new Village Hall plans!
If you need any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us using the button below or Contact Us page!
Did you know there are plans to update and revive Preston Village Hall? We are currently fundraising to hit a million pound target to bring Preston and surrounding villages a brand new hall!
We will be releasing more information about the hall and what it will offer you in the near future.
Have a question or an idea for a fundraiser? Get in touch via our Contact Us page!
We are incredibly lucky to have a recently installed defib on the side of our hall. Should you ever need one (and we really hope you don't) you can access the defib to the right hand side of the entrance door.
There is so much going on at the Preston Village Hall! We are lucky to have lots of variety with groups and classes held each week! See our 'What's On' page for more
Preston is recorded in the Domesday Book as consisting of about 60 households; quite a sizeable village in relation to the population of the British Isles at the time. However archaeological digs have established the existence of Bronze Age and Iron Age settlements within the existing parish. The church of St. Mildred’s was reputably founded by Saint Mildred in 700 AD and this church still retains evidence of Saxon stonework; as does the church at Elmstone.
Preston now is a flourishing village with beautiful old houses to a new housing development with a primary school, village shop, riding school, butchers, pub, garden nursery and bistro!
Preston Parish Council:
Preston and Elmstone Village Society:
Action with Communities in Rural Kent:
Action with Communities in Rural Kent is a charity that has been working with – and led by – people in rural communities for more than 90 years.
They provide direct advice and support to community organisations and raise awareness of rural issues and influence decision makers.