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Maplebeck is a lovely small village in rural North Nottinghamshire, with the smallest pub in Nottinghamshire (so they say), an attractive Church and a modern, sustainable Village Hall.

The Hall, which opened in September 2015, is a multi-purpose and beautiful venue for the whole community.  It is available for use by individuals and groups and is fully accessible.

    • the Main Hall is 7.2m wide by 10.7m long and there is a large external courtyard accessible from the sliding / folding doors.
    • the hall is equipped with sufficient crockery, cutlery and glasses for 80 people
    • the kitchen has a fridge, microwave, warming oven, a wall-mounted boiling water unit, kettle and a portable hob with two rings
    • the hall has fold out tables and chairs which are available for use as is a dismountable stage

See Facilities for further details and pictures.

See Hire of the Hall for details of costs and contacting the committee to book an event.


CEILIDH at the Village Hall!



Pilates returns to the Village Hall on Friday 8th September 9.00-10.00. Please contact 07513 028507 or email for further details.


In the week of the Annual Fete, the Village Hall organised a scarecrow compeition. The judging of the Maplebeck, Kersall & Winkburn Scarecrow Competition was undertaken by the Mayor of Newark, Cllr Pamela Ball and the results were 1st Place Overall Winner: ‘A Grand Day Out’


Regular Classes

Pilates Classes every Friday 9.00 – 10.00 am with Sune du Toit. Suitable for those with previous pilates experience. Contact Sune on or 07513 028 507



The Management Committee wishes to express their thanks to for generously continuing to sponsor this website.