Our Village Hall began life as the village school. It is next to the Church in the centre of the village and has an adjacent parking area.
The hall has one large room and one small meeting room, together with a fully equipped kitchen, toilets and free Wi-Fi. It is large enough for parties of up to 80 people yet small enough to be cosy for just a few.
The Hall is administered by local volunteers through the Village Hall committee, who also arrange fund raising activities. More helpers are always welcomed. Contact us if you would like to volunteer.
- Hire of the Hall
The Village Hall is a registered charity (No.523290) which has to raise its own funds for upkeep and maintenance. The charges for hiring the hall are kept as low as possible and are currently £8 an hour. This includes preparation times.
For village organisation events which require set up over a number of days, such as the POP UP pubs, when the bar goes in on Thursday and may not be taken out till Saturday, there is a fixed charge of £60.
For bookings and further information please call Gyl Sampson on 01759 318630, or complete our contact form.
Money is raised by bookings for private events such as children’s parties, groups/classes, by a 150 Club lottery with monthly prizes and by fund raising events.
- 150 Club
The 150 Club is the Village Hall’s most important fund raiser and provides almost half of our regular income.
The cost of an annual ticket is £12 and you can buy as many tickets as you like. There is a draw of 4 prizes – 1 of £25, 1 of £20 and 2 of £10 – on the last Saturday of each month.
There is a bonus draw in November with a 1st prize of £100, 2nd £50, and 2 at £20 plus other prizes to equal half the funds collected by the lottery.
This means that the number of tickets sold does not have to be limited so long as the prizes given equal half the total income from the tickets. Much better odds than the national lottery, and for the benefit of the whole village.
Joining is simple. The 150 Club starts in April each year. Contact Anna Sheldon on 01759 318602, by email firstname.lastname@example.org, or use our contact form for new tickets. For existing tickets to be renewed the volunteer collector for your road will visit before the end of April.
- Terms & Conditions
- The Hall may not be used for any purpose other than that stated when the booking is made, and may not be sub let.
- No smoking is permitted in any part of the Hall.
- The maximum number of persons seated in the Main Hall at any one time is 80.
- Unless the hirer can show before the start of the hiring that any part of the hall or its contents, fixtures or fittings is damaged, such property shall be deemed to have been undamaged at the start of the period of hire. Any faults or damage should be reported immediately to the Booking Secretary.
- The loss or damage during the period of hire is the hirers’ responsibility to rectify. The hirer shall repay SRVHC the cost of repairing any damage or replacing items stolen, or removed during the period of hire.
- SRVHC shall not have any liability for any loss or damage to any article brought into the premises, persons coming into the premises at the request or invitation of the hirer, or for the safety of any mechanical or electrical or electronic equipment, which should have a current PAT testing certificate, brought into the premises.
- No open fires, petrol, gas or spirit stoves, candles or flammable items shall be brought into or used in any part of the Hall.
- The hirer shall be responsible for leaving the Hall in a clean and tidy condition. If this is not done, there may be an extra charge
- The hirer shall not cause or permit any nuisance, annoyance or inconvenience to other persons.
- All events must finish by midnight and music must stop at 11pm
- All children must be supervised by responsible adults. Hiring involving children up to age 10 should have a minimum ratio of 1 responsible adult to 8 children and for ages 11 to 18, a ratio of 1 to 10.
- Alcohol cannot be sold unless you have a Temporary Events Licence (TEN) from the East Riding Council.
- Hirers may want to take out their own insurance. They will be covered for some situations by the SRVHC public liability insurance.
- If any accidents occur they must be noted in the Accident Book, which is located with the Health & Safety Policy file in the folder on the kitchen window sill, and a copy given to the Bookings Secretary.
- Hirers and attendees should familiarise themselves with the building, the exits, extinguishers & fire blanket and know how to activate the alarm in case of fire, (only the powder extinguisher should be used on electrical fires), and have planned fire exit procedures. Fire exits must not be blocked. The muster point is the telephone box in the car park. Be aware of the number of people present so that in the event of a fire you can account for everyone. A specified person should be appointed to help disabled attendees evacuate the building.
- There is access to the building for wheelchair users. There are grab rails in all the toilets and a raised toilet seat is available in the Ladies toilet.