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Do you value the Village Hall? Do you use it either regularly or at particular times of the year? What would you do if it were no longer available?

These are questions being asked by the current Village Hall committee, in a plea for people to join them to help maintain and develop the hall, once the Village School. They are particularly looking for a new treasurer, but also welcome anyone with time and experience to offer.

Shena Luck writes: 'Currently, 15 organisations including the Brownies, the Bowls Club, the W.I.,Keep Fit and The Art Group-and many more-all use the Village Hall regularly. On average, there are 10+ parties a year,including receptions following funerals, children's birthday parties, anniversary parties and more. Concerts, plays, dancing displays, sales of Oriental carpets and Teak
furniture all take place in the Village Hall.

'The building is an old Victorian school whose fabric needs regular attention and forward planning of maintenance for its continued safe existence, The Village Hall committee would also like to update and enhance the existing facilities. All this requires discussion and
careful planning.

'We are not asking you to help with the actual maintenance of the building-we pay registered tradesmen to do this-but we DO NEED people on the committee who are prepared to get involved with the planning and organisation of works to be carried out.There are only 4 official meetings per year, though more are sometimes needed to see through particular projects.

'Some long-serving committee members have been trying to retire, but we need to find replacements for them. In particular, our current Treasurer would like to hand over to someone new.

'If you have any ideas as to how we can improve and sustain this excellent facility, and can offer your time and experience on the Village Hall Committee, please do get in touch with our Chairman,
Steve Luck: 01491 834543 email:

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