This website provides information about the village, the Parish Council and The Village Hall including bookings and events.
The hall runs many fundraising events to help with maintenance. Recently the kitchen has been completely refurbished, bought all new, and very comfortable, chairs and replaced the draughty front doors.
Gimingham is a small rural village (pop 662, area 2.3 square miles). There has been a settlement here since at least 400AD and the name, with various spellings, dates back to the Doomsday Book of 1086. Although the village has lost its post office and school it remains a very pretty village with some wonderful buildings including the church and village hall and beautiful flint cottages.
Opposite are some useful links including one to Nextdoor which is a very local, social networking site where you can get to know your neighbours.