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Salhouse Village

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The centre for most of the activity groups and  events taking place in the village. It is run by a management committee formed from these groups, under the Chair of Martin Carney, which also endeavours to promote the use of the Hall to a wider community.
The Hall consists of a large main function room with capacity for up to 100 people, a secondary function room for 30 people, committee room, kitchen, toilet facilities and large car park. It is therefore ideal for many types of function such as parties etc.
For further information about the Jubilee Hall please contact
Martin Carney
, chairperson, on Tel 07808 097924
All bookings for the Jubilee Hall should be made to :-
Pat Barnes on 01603 720466,  Mon-Fri 9am-6pm, Sat 9am-12noon.

Fitness & Health Clubs

Beavers and Cub Scouts is an excellent way for children to develop and learn new skills under the  care and guidance of trained leaders. Operating within the National Scouting Organisation it enables children of all ages and abilities  to work on achieving greater skills and knowledge on a wide range of subjects. There is also a major accent on outdoor fun activities with sports, camping and other events.
Cubs meet Wednesdays, Jubilee Hall, 6.00 - 7.30pm
Contact Jackie Rose on 01603 712520

Afternoon Tea & Mardle
Meets every 3rd Wednesday, 2 -4pm at the Jubilee Hall. A popular get together for senior villagers to meet up with old friends and make new ones over tea and cakes.   All welcome
For further information
Mrs J Bendy 01603 721037

Each of these groups is part of  the ‘Girl Guiding UK’ experience aimed at providing girls of all ages with fun combined with learning new skills. This involves working towards a range of badges and projects  whilst also enjoying many outdoor activities and sports.
Broadland District Commissioner Mrs J Powell.
For information contact Mrs S Shorten on 01603 720450
Brownies (1st Salhouse) meet Tuesday, Jubilee Hall, 5.30 - 7.00pm.
Brownies (2nd Salhouse) meet Tuesday, Jubilee hall, 3.30 - 5.00pm.
Guides meet Monday, Jubilee Hall, 6.30 - 8.00pm

Salhouse & District Gardening Club Meets at the Salhouse School on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7.30. It holds a wide range of varied talks and visits throughout the year.   Programme 2019
For further information contact Nick Taylor on 01603 720165
or Nick Taylor 01603 720165

Salhouse Rovers Football Club
Based at the Playing Field we provide training plus the fun and experience of league matches for children and seniors of all ages. Each year in June we organise a full weekend of Five-a-Side football matches against other Norfolk teams involving some 180 teams and around 1250 players.
We are always looking for new players and helpers so if you wish to join
Contact:- Jim Blyth, Chairman on 07788125888

Broadland Youth Choir
This acclaimed Youth Choir practices at the Jubilee Hall every Friday from 4.30 to 6.00pm. It is a highly successful and active choir having a regular participation in Concerts, Theatre, Music  The choir is always looking for new members for which contact should be made to  Carole Tims, Choir Director, 01603 721912

Team Salhouse is a voluntary group dedicated to improving and maintaining the village environment. They create flower beds, cut grass, set Spring bulbs and keep the village tidy through a programme of litter picks.
Click here for more information and contact details

Community Groups & Clubs

Educational & Leisure Activities

FOSB: Friends of Salhouse Broad (FOSB) is the community organisation that works to help to conserve and enrich Salhouse Broad as a biodiverse environment, and to promote a sense of custodianship within the local community. There are Meetings held in Salhouse village throughout the year, with an Annual General Meeting in March. Through the Friends of Salhouse Broad we hope to provide a contact point to the Ranger in order to share ideas for the Broad; at the Quarterly Meetings we have a local speaker who talks on a local topic of interest. These are just a couple of the benefits of being part of the FOSB.

Under this, FOSB have had the power to

Provide a voluntary ranger service (who will collect litter and maintain appearance of broad).

Fundraise for the broad, whether that be through the running of events, applying for grants and sponsorship or promoting donations. 

Increase habitat and species diversity, by undertaking conservation tasks such as tree planting, scrub removal, sedge bed raking, bracken and Himalayan balsam pulling... or any of the other tasks which are in accordance with the Salhouse Broad management plan.

Maintain access, by clearing pathways and keeping ditches open and clear.

Improve educational and recreational value of area, through events, guided walks and fun days.

Work with partner organisations to coordinate planning and service provision at the broad.

Publish and print articles, newsletters, leaflets that provide information on the Broad, or promote the broad through social media. 

If you would like to get involved with the work of Friends of Salhouse Broad, please do get in touch with the group by emailing

Focus your mind, Strengthen your body, improve your posture, realign your spine, increase your flexibility and tone up your body.
Classes are given by a fully qualified instructor trained with the Internationally recognised Pilates Institute.
Tuesday from 7.30 - 9.30pm at the Jubilee Hall
For further details contact Trudy Kemp on 01603 712973