Aerial View

Photo by Elevated Eye

Aerial view of Nettleton Village Hall


Moortown Road,
Lincolnshire LN7 6AA


Carol Singing is on Monday the 17th December starting at 6.45.   We shall have 45 minutes of singing carols followed by mince pies, mulled wine and plum bread and cheese   There will also be a grand raffle.

We have The Man in Black on the 2nd February, with proceeds going to the Osborne Trust which supports children of parents who are going through cancer treatment.   It provides them with recreational activities of all kinds and it is supporting a family in the village. Tickets from the Painted Tree Church Street Nettleton.

The Bookshop Band are performing on the 23rd March - they are a duo of English folk singers/ song writers, Beth Porter and Ben Please, who write and perform songs inspired by books, written by many authors. They have released 13 studio albums featuring some authors they have worked with. Tickets from Painted Tree Church Street Nettleton.

About the Village Hall

This is a modern hall nestling in the shadow of the Lincolnshire Wolds and in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The impressive building uses an eco-friendly heating system, has more than adequate free parking and is easily accessible from the A46.

The accommodation consists of a Main Hall and a smaller Meeting Room which can be hired out separately or as one unit. There is also a fully equipped kitchen and there are bar facilities. Outside we are creating an enclosed garden and a grassed area suitable for garden fetes and the erection of a gazebo or a marquee. There is full access for the disabled.

The Hall is licensed for Performing Rights and has Broadband facilities.

The Hall is on Moortown Road (B1205) next to the Primary School and opposite a new estate.

From Lincoln follow the A46 towards Grimsby. Nettleton is approximately eight miles north of Market Rasen. After entering the village take the first left turn after the 50mph sign. This road is Moortown Road.

From Grimsby the A46 goes directly to Nettleton, by-passing Caistor. Moortown Road is the first right turn after the Salutation Inn.