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Hall welcomes Centenary Trail users!

Biking, walking or jogging the ACT Centenary Trail? Welcome to Hall! We hope you will find time to look around, visit our General Store, and take some refreshments there, the Gumnut Cafe, or the Wood Duck Inn. Why not hit the Trail on Hall Markets Day (first Sunday of the month), or when the National Sheep Dog Trials, or Polocrosse are going on? Check our Calendar to see what is coming up. If you pick the right day you can also visit the impressive School Museum and heritage centre. Buy your copy of the excellent guide - Walking and Cycling Canberra's Centenary Trail - from the shop, 'Daughters at Hall'.

We are delighted that major Centenary Trail running / walking events will continue to bring people to Hall. Details will be in our Events Calendar. Enjoy the Trail!

Coming Events

- Catch Up

For those who would like to have a relaxed couple of hours in the beautiful surrounds of the Village Park. On the first Sunday...

- Service of Lessons & Carols

Once again we will celebrate the start of Advent and the journey toward Christmas with a Service of Lessons and Carols at...

- Yass Valley Shire community forums

Yass Valley Council has resolved to apply for a Special Rate Variation (SRV) for 2016/2017, which we believe will assist...

- Hall Pony Club Reunion

Past members of the Hall Pony Club are invited to a get together at the HPC Christmas Party on Sunday the 13th December 2015....

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