This lovely, light and airy Village Hall is available for hire
The Hall is here for everyone in the village, and outside and the hire charges, which are kept as low as possible, are simply to raise funds to ensure its continuing availability for all.
- The hourly charge for the Village Hall is £7.50.
- Minimum Hire Period: 2 hours
- Deposit required: £10.00 (against cancellation)
- You will be charged for the entire period of hire, including set up and clear up time.
- All equipment is inclusive within the hire charge with the exception of the 65 inch screen & stand which is USB and HDMI enabled - please enquire about charge for this.
(A separate deposit of £50.00 may be required in certain circumstances of which the hirer will be notified)
For general enquires or to make a booking, email us on email@example.com. All hirers must complete the New hire agreement updated 2020 and send the first 3 pages to the booking secretary with your deposit making sure your sign the form and complete all the necessary information requested. In addition in light of the Covid 19 risk- the additional conditions are in place for hirers and this form must also be completed prior to using the hall.SVH COVID Safe Instructions for Hirers
Additional guidance has now been received re Face Masks and must be adhered to From 8th August face coverings are required to be worn inside village and community halls. The Department of Health and Social Care has confirmed that: “On entering a village hall, you will be required to wear a face covering, and will be required to keep it on, unless you are covered under a ‘reasonable excuse’. This could be for a gym class, if you need to eat or drink something, or if you have a health or disability reason to not wear one”
The exceptions to wearing face coverings are listed below: • children under the age of 11 (Public Health England do not recommend face coverings for children under the age of 3 for health and safety reasons) • people who cannot put on, wear, or remove a face covering because of a physical or mental illness or impairment, or disability • employees of indoor settings (or people acting on their behalf, such as someone leading part of a prayer service) • police officers and other emergency workers, given that this may interfere with their ability to serve the public