Other Activities in Trull

Trull is a wonderful, vibrant village and there is a lot going on here! For information about other venues in Trull, please click here.

Trull Classic Film Club. Trull Memorial Hall.

FRIDAY 23rd FEBRUARY. 7pm for 7.30pm start.

‘When Harry Met Sally’ starring Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal. For details of how to become a Trull Classic Film Club Member, please contact Paul on 01823 350840/ email trullites@yahoo.co.uk

Later The Same Day – Live. Trull Church Community Centre


Later The Same Day – Live
Local band Later The Same Day are performing their new album The Plight of the Passionate, live here in TCCC on Sat 24 Feb. LTSD play music in the style of Genesis/Supertramp/Fleetwod Mac. Tickets are free – but need to be reserved online in advance. Plus support bands. Doors open 7pm.
More details from their website: https://latersame.band/concert

Monthly Coffee Shop. Angersleigh Village Room.

FRIDAY 2nd MARCH. 10.30am – 12.30pm

Tea, Coffee, Cake, Scones and Bacon Butties. Everyone welcome (we are dog friendly too!).

Family Film Night. Trull Church Community Centre.

SATURDAY 3rd MARCH. 4.30pm – 6.30pm

Come and enjoy a family film, hot dogs, popcorn etc. Please note that children must be accompanied by an adult and that tickets must be bought in advance- £2 per person from the Church Office.

Trull Memorial Hall AGM – Trull Memorial Hall

MONDAY 5th MARCH. 7pm.

The Annual General Meeting is to be held in the Pearce Suite. Members of the public are most welcome to attend.

Local History Society. Trull Church Community Centre

MONDAY 5th MARCH, 7.30pm

The subject is of our meeting is ‘Chilliswood- 800 years through time.’ -A talk by Anne Leamon detailing the History of Chilliswood, Trull illustrated with pictures, documents and maps.

24 – 1 Prayer Event. Trull Church Community Centre

FRIDAY 9th MARCH – SATURDAY 10th MARCH. 6pm -6pm.

This 24-hour prayer event takes place in the Upper Meeting Room and is open to all. There will be a sign-up sheet for 1-hour slots in TCCC and of course, more than one person can come to pray in the same slot. Sign-up or just turn up to spend time with God and offer up prayers. This time, our focus will be on asking for God’s guidance for all those involved in the appointment of Trull and Angersleigh’s next vicar.

Trull Cinema. Trull Memorial Hall.

FRIDAY 9th MARCH, 7.30pm


‘Victoria and Abdul’, Certificate 12. Advance payment at Trull Stores: £3.50 Adults,  £2.00 Concessions Payment on the door: £4.00 Adults,   £2.50 Concessions Refreshments available Bring your DVDs and take part in the DVD exchange.

The Great Youth Bake-Off. Trull Church Community Centre

SATURDAY 17th MARCH, 3pm – 6pm

Details to follow or contact Ruth Slade on 01823 330812 ext 4 or email ruthslade93@icloud.com for more information.

Worship through Play. Trull Church Community Centre

Good Friday 30th MARCH

At Worship through Play, we use crafts, games and other activities to explore a Bible story together. Join us to have fun and think about the Easter story. Suitable for children of all ages and their families.

Easter Egg Hunt. Trull Church Community Centre

SATURDAY 31st MARCH, 3pm – 5pm

£1.50 for children, £1 for adults. Includes hot dogs for everyone and eggs for the children. Tickets will be available from 12th March from the Church Office and must be bought in advance.

Trull Classic Film Club. Trull Memorial Hall.

FRIDAY 23rd MARCH. 7pm for 7.30pm start.

‘The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance’. For details of how to become a Trull Classic Film Club Member, please contact Paul on 01823 350840/ email trullites@yahoo.co.uk

Practice to Deceive, The Trull Players – Trull Memorial Hall

FRIDAY 20th and SATURDAY 21st APRIL. 7.30pm.

A comedy-drama with an all-female cast. For more information, visit www.trullplayers.org.uk

Poetry Evening. Trull Church Community Centre

SATURDAY 21st APRIL. 7.30pm

Join us at Trull Church Community Centre for an early celebration of St. George’s Day and Shakespeare’s birthday. Bring any poem that you enjoy.

  • bring a poem to read – your own or someone else’s
  • or just come to listen
  • enjoy refreshments: tea, coffee and home-made cake


Trull Fest – King George V Playing Field, Trull


Stalls, Games, Food, Live Music and much more! Details to follow…

Other Venues.

Trull Village Memorial Hall

Trull Village Memorial Hall provides fantastic facilities in the heart of the village and is used by many local groups. There are often events happening as well as spaces to hire. For more information, please contact trullmemorialhallbookings@yahoo.co.uk or 01823 666455, or visit Trull Village Memorial Hall website.

Angersleigh Village Room

At the foot of the Blackdown Hills- available for hire for private parties, family occasions, meetings, conferences and courses. Reasonable rates, disabled access and WiFi available. Please call Lucy on 421321 or David on 283505 to arrange a viewing and discuss your requirements. 

The Geoff Hewitt Sports Pavilion

Opened in 2015, the pavilion is based inside the King George V Playing Field in Trull. For more information about activities and hall hire, please contact suek60@tesco.net or call 07827 335631.

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