Welcome to Mitchel Troy Village Hall
You can find us on the main road running through Mitchel Troy between the camp-site and the Church. Need a place to hold a birthday party or a space to have a meeting? Keen to play bridge or display your prowess at growing beautiful plants and vegetables? Want an outlet for your artistic skills?
Mitchel Troy Village Hall is the place for you!
And this website will tell you all about the Hall, what happens here and how to book it.
Mitchel Troy Village Hall driveway will be closed to vehicles on Tuesday, 16th July and possibly for the next two days by a road closure that blocks Mitchel Troy Road from the lane down to Wonastow Mill to the driveway to Mitchel Troy House. Users of the Hall should park at the Church car park, which can be reached from Monmouth via the Trellech Road & Common Road or via Wonastow road, Jingle Street and the old Raglan road.
are taking a summer break so there will not be any Coffi Troddi at the Village Hall on Saturday, 20th July. Instead we will be supporting HATW as described below.
The next Trothy pop-up pub will be on Saturday, 3rd August opening at 7:30pm and close at 10:30pm. Val & Geoff will be ‘mine hosts’ so do make a note in your diaries to join them. Everyone welcome – do come and join us for a relaxing drink & convivial evening.
MITCHEL TROY NEWSLETTER
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please SUBSCRIBE to Mitchel Troy News here.
The eagle eyed amongst you will have spotted our Facebook button on the right of this page. This is the link to our brand new Facebook page, to which we will be posting all the up to date news (as well as adding to our Events page on this website, of course!). Do please ‘Like’ the page so that you receive all the news as soon as it is posted.
One of the factors to come out of the defibrillator training is the need for urgency in getting hold of the defibrillator. Since many of you are more than a 3 minute drive from the Hall, we have a small network of people living close to the Hall that you could call – after first phoning 999 of course – to bring the defibrillator to you and the patient. So, those vital numbers are:
- Libby & Ivor Philpott 713809
- Elaine & David Savage 715618
If you were not able to come to one of the training sessions but would still like some training, then please contact
- Elaine Savage on 715618
- David Llewellyn on 869117
and we will arrange a further session with Des if there is sufficient interest. Talk to your friends and neighbours and tell them how useful this simple training session is and how it might save a life!
Do have a look at our Events page for news about future coffee mornings at Coffi Troddi – every third Saturday of the month 10:30 to 12 noon -and details of pub openings – every first Saturday of the month 19:00 – 22:30 as well as future events.