Village Hall report – 20 September 2020

logo with ext and door Jan 2019Events are gradually returning to the Hall although it may be many months before it can be ‘business as usual’.

Monday evening Pilates classes have returned successfully and local organisations are once again holding their meetings in the Hall.

All events operate under the Hall’s Covid-secure guidelines.  Socialising is controlled by adherence to social distancing and the wearing of facemasks, except when exercising, eating or drinking.

The new ‘rule of six’ has caused general public confusion, but for community buildings such as ours, it only limits the number of people attending in a single bubble; it does not affect the total Covid-secure numbers taking part in an event.  These are currently:  18 people seated banquet style; 25 people seated theatre style; 30 people standing.

The Trustees are grateful to those hirers and event organisers who are prepared to work with us to bring activities back into the Village Hall.  These are comments from two recent organisers:

‘…we felt very safe and there was plenty of space for the attendees, with social distancing….’

     ‘…the floor markings worked really well; we were all able to           comfortably fit with the appropriate distance around us…’

More Good News:  The Hall is currently undergoing a makeover.  Thiselton Decorators are busy repairing and re-painting the exterior of the Hall; they will then move inside and complete the programme of full re-decoration.

Macmillan Cake & Produce Sale – Friday 25th Sept, 3pm

 

 

 

Macmillan needs our support more than ever so that it can carry on supporting us…

The Village Hall has taken part in Macmillan’s ‘Biggest Coffee Morning’ for many years (usually with tea!).  This year will have to be a bit different whilst Covid-19 rules apply.

New for 2020

Cake & Produce Sale – Friday 25 September – 3 pm–4:30 pm – outside at the front of the Village Hall

Please bake some cakes, share the bounty from your garden or allotment and bring along your marmalade, chutneys and jams.  Then treat yourself to the fruits of someone else’s labours!

If you are unable to come to the Cake & Produce Sale, there will be a Macmillan collection box in the Village Shop from 21–25 September for your donation.  Thank you.

ALL IN SUPPORT OF MACMILLAN

Lurgashall Village Hall is open for business!

Good News!

 The Village Hall is open for business (as at 19 August) …

…but only for those activities currently permitted by Government – and even those will need to follow strict social distancing & hygiene guidelines.

All this will become clearer as the weeks go by, but it is a rapidly changing landscape so please check with the Booking Secretary at admin@lurgashallvillagehall.org if you are considering organising an event at the Hall.

The re-opening story so far….

The Village Hall Management Committee has taken all steps necessary to ensure that the Hall is as Covid-19 safe as possible and it will continue to be maintained to a very high standard.

From the outset, hirers and users will have new responsibilities too.  These are set out in a Covid-related Addendum to our standard Terms & Conditions.

As Trustees, the Village Hall Management Committee has the right to approve those events which meet all Government rules and the Hall’s Covid-19 safety criteria – and to decline those which do not.

To sum up….  Lurgashall Village Hall is open for business – but it’s not quite ‘business as usual’ yet.

Lurgashall Village Hall Management Committee

19 August 2020

Village Hall AGM – Tuesday 7 July 2020, 7pm – by ‘zoom’

logo with ext and door Jan 2019The  Village Hall ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING for 2020 will take place via ZOOM – a video meetings’ platform – on:

 TUESDAY, 7 JULY at 7pm

 

To take part in the meeting, email admin@lurgashallvillagehall.org  as soon as you can prior the date and time of the meeting. Copies of all the relevant papers will then be sent to you.  Finally, you will receive an email ‘invitation’ which will enable you to join the meeting.

The AGM is an important public opportunity to look back on the Village Hall year and to present the independently examined financial statements. The year under review started with the successful construction of the annexe, but by the close we were all facing the challenges of Covid-19.

This has been a very significant year in the Hall’s history, so please join us for this on-line AGM.  Latest news on this meeting and the Hall’s status will be published on this website.

Open Day at Lurgashall Village Hall, Sat. 25 January 2020

Open Day2020 small adLurgashall is lucky to have a well-equipped and well-maintained Village Hall for parties, meetings, monthly lunches and teas, rehearsals, talks, exhibitions, film nights, classes and more.

In the past year the new extension has been built, housing a much-needed furniture store room and a new archive/small meeting room.

Please drop in any time 11am – 4pm to have a look at all the Hall has to offer, and see how the village history Archive project is progressing. We will also be showing old film clips and images of life in Lurgashall throughout the day.

Tea and cake and a warm welcome await!

Everything but the kitchen sink! Equipment for hire

Did you know that Lurgashall Village Hall hires out its furniture, crockery, cutlery, glassware and almost anything else (but the kitchen sink!) that you might need for your party, picnic or big family Christmas?

Wedding party June 2017

Have a look at our list of equipment for hire and our charges.  Our rates are very reasonable indeed.

To find out more, please go to our Booking page or contact the Booking Secretary on 07796 162304 or email admin@lurgashallvillagehall.org

The Village Hall’s Privacy Policy

logo with ext and door Jan 2019In order to comply with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), effective from 25th May 2018, Lurgashall Village Hall Management Committee requires the consent of any potential or actual hirers of the Hall who give personal information in their booking form. 

Only relevant information is requested in order to facilitate your hire of the Hall or its equipment, or your participation in Hall events. 

Your personal information data will never be shared with a third party.

If you are a hirer and complete a booking form, you are consenting to us holding and using your data in this way.  You may request its amendment or deletion at any time. 

Any questions, please contact the Booking Secretary on 07796 162304 or email admin@lurgashallvillagehall.org

What’s on in November & December at Lurgashall Village Hall

Nov-Dec 2019After a glorious Summer, Autumn is here with her all too short-lived display of stunning colour now gently dropping to the ground. The Americans call it ‘Fall’ – such a perfectly descriptive word!
So onward we move into November and December, and wait to see what the Winter has in store for us…..
Well, whatever the weather, the Village Hall has plenty in store to entertain us.
Details of all events to follow soon.
Don’t forget PILATES. EVERY MONDAY EVENING between now and Christmas from 7.15pm – 8.15pm

Support our Village Hall through the 50:50 Club

For as little as £1 per month (minimum three months), you can help support our Village Hall as a vital hub for the community.

Village Hall frontThe 50:50 Club aims to provide funds for the development, improvement, maintenance and operating costs of the Hall, for the benefit of everyone in the village.

Click here to see updated Club rules and objectives.

By becoming a member of the 50:50 Club, you will be entered into a monthly prize draw with cash prizes, and a bumper prize at Christmas!

For further information, or to join the 50:50 Club, please contact the Club Administrator at srmeyer2000@hotmail.com

 

 

Harvest Supper at Lurgashall Village Hall – Sunday 6 October

Harvest veg J. Lawson

The annual Harvest Supper in Lurgashall Village Hall is a great tradition in the Parish and a lovely celebration of the end of summer.

The Supper takes place at 7.30pm, immediately after the Harvest Service in the Church.

If you’d like to join the Supper, you can buy your tickets (£7.50) at the village shop.
As this is always a very popular event, best to book early for a wonderful feast in great company!