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    Welcome to Whalton

    One of beautiful Northumberland's most charming villages.  

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    Whalton Village Hall

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100 club winners

100 club winners

NOVEMBER 100 CLUB WINNERS

 

£20 Judith Rushmer

£15 Vera Cassell

£15 Edith Parry

£15 Cindy Elborn

£15 W D Coulson

£15 Madeline Beer

£10 Lynn Lofthouse

£10 O & R Grix

£10 Alan Hughes

£10 Sarah Sutton

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100 PLUS CLUB

Are you a supporter of Whalton Village Hall Fundraising 100 Plus Club?

An Annual payment of £10 gives you a lucky number which is entered into a draw each month, from November until September. It is an easy way to support the Village Hall with a chance to win every month.

The draw pays out 65% of its income in the following prizes each month:
6 x £15   &   5 x £10

Plus a bumper Christmas draw which includes the following prizes:
1 x £50    1 x £30    4 x £25    4 x £15     6 x £10

Now you can pay by standing order, by Bank Transfer, by cash or cheque.  Standing Order payments will be deducted from your account on an annual basis. The draw will take place during the Village Hall Committee monthly meetings.

If you would like to join the 100+ club please contact the Treasurer – Bev Wales on 01670 775206 before 14th October

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Whalton Village Club

Whalton Village Club

Come and have a drink, relax and socialise with friends and neighbours at the Village Inn, Whalton Village Hall bar and terrace.

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Parish Council

Parish Council

Parish Clerk: Mr Stephen Rickitt
Parish Clerk Address: 18 The Turn, Loansdean, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE61 2DU
Tel. (daytime): 0785 657 7181
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Website: northumberlandparishes.uk/whalton

Church of St Mary Magdalene

Church of St Mary Magdalene

The Parish Church of St Mary Magdalene in Whalton dates from the 13th century, having been developed from a previous Norman building.  A detailed guide of its history and architecture by Dr Geoffrey Briggs is available in the church for a small donation. 

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