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Longwood Mechanics Hall is a multi purpose community building available for hire to organised groups and individuals. The Hall may be hired for one off events or regular events. Facilities include a 113 sq m sprung dance floor to seat 120 people with adjacent 50 sq m area stage and various rooms from 15 sq m to 30 sq m. Kitchen. Library and internet access.
Longwood Village Coffee Shop
Monday 10am till 2.30pm
Wednesday 10am till 2.30pm
Friday 10am till 2.30pm
Toddler Group 9.30am till Noon £1.50
Zumba 6pm till 6.45pm
Table tennis 10am till 12 noon
Ballet and tap 4pm till 8pm
Martial arts 7pm till 9pm
Songbirds singing for pre school children 10am till 11.30am
Art society 2pm till 4pm
Yoga 1pm till 3.30pm
Irish dancing for children 5pm till 8pm
Table tennis 8.15pm till 9.15pm £1.50
Space Project 1pm till 4pm games afternoon for the over 55s bowling, darts, kurling etc £1.50
Ballet and tap 4pm till 9pm
Creative kids 10am till 11.30am for pre school children.
Table Tennis 1.30pm till 4pm £1.50
Drama classes for kids 7.30pm
Irish dancing for children
Zumba 10.30 till 11.20
Little Dragons Martial Arts 1pm till 4pm
Coffee morning first Saturday in the Month
10am till 12 noon.
Art and Craft Show the first Saturday in September
Village Show - horticulture and handicrafts the 1st Saturday in October
Santa's Grotto the first Saturday in December.
23 Hadrians Close
We are pleased to announce the opening of the Longwood Village Coffee Shop.
Lunchtime menu, light snacks coffees and teas in a friendly community-run cafe in a true community-owned building.
The Longwood Mechanics Hall was built in 1858 as a home for Longwood Mechanics Institue and has remained as a community building for nearly 150 years. We, under the Longwood Village Group, are currently involved in restoring the Hall to full use after years of neglect and underuse.