Check out our new class time table for 2022….. We have some great groups and classes to suit everyone.… Please contact the group leader or the hall for more information. Contact us at email@example.com or 01246 590005 with any questions.
Pop along to the hall on Sunday 25th November between 2-5pm for an afternoon of festivities. The Christmas Fayre this year has plenty of shopping opportunities, Ashover Brass Band, a raffle, Santa’s Grotto, a childrens area and much more. The fayre is in aid of Malaria No More and also has a Refugee Appeal Drop […]
Join Chesterfield Gilbert & Sullivan Society with their Spring Concert – “The Genius of G&S & The Magic of Musicals” for a fun filled night performing again at Ashover Parish Hall on Friday 13th April 7.30pm. Musical Director Andrew Marples has chosen a programme featuring the best of G&S and songs from popular shows, like […]
With their unique musical style and irrepressible sense of fun, changing gear with almost every number, it is easy to see how audiences are captivated by this very talented quartet. From a riverside cafe, via a hoolie in Dublin, to a night out in New Orleans with rip-roaring fiddle and banjo – this band does […]
A Quaint Ashover Christmas, Saturday 16 December, 7.30pm at Ashover Parish Hall. Join Ashover Brass Band for an evening celebrating Christmas traditionally, with brass band music and seasonal fun and games. There will be much merriment to be had with the Ashover Band’s Quaint Quiz, as well the opportunity to sing-along with your favourite Christmas […]
Stonedge Chapel and Steep Turnpike Evangelical Church invite you to an evening with evangelist and author Roger Carswell on Saturday 21 October at Ashover Parish Hall from 7.30pm. Free admission and hot drinks – just turn up! Roger has written 11 books including ‘And Some Evangelists’ and ‘Where is God in a Messed-up World’. He […]
On 6th October, for one night only Chesterfield’s Gilbert & Sullivan Society bring their touring production of this much loved, but now rarely performed, operetta of the early 20th century to Ashover. Merrie England, set in the period after the defeat of the Spanish Armada and during May Day celebrations, tells a tale of the rivalry of […]