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The Village Hall

Long Marston Village Hall

Long Marston Village Hall was officially opened in May 1985, after a sustained community effort to bring it into being. Many residents gave their time, skills and resources to build and complete the Village Hall, and it stands as a testament
to village life.

The Hall is situated off Butt Hedge, in the centre of the village, off the Angram road. At the village crossroads turn left, if coming from York, and follow the signs to Village Hall.

The Hall is surrounded by superb playing fields where the Long Marston Cricket Club play their home games. The hall has changing rooms and toilets for cricket and football. The generous car park has recently been resurfaced and there is an enclosed children’s play area. There are plans to refurbish the outdoor basketball court. The Main Hall is spacious and can comfortably accommodate over 150 people. The adjoining lounge area, including a full size pool table, is useful for smaller groups up to 40, or as additional space. The fully licensed bar serves both areas. There is also a substantial kitchen with fridge, microwaves and a newly purchased oven.

Over the years the Hall has been home to diverse activities and local clubs including indoor bowls, badminton, pool, tennis, darts and dominoes. Currently, the main users are Long Marston Pre-School and Playgroup, Archery Club, Cricket Club, Line Dancing, Zumba and Pilates Classes, YCA, Probus and Over 60’s Club . Details and contacts for these groups are available from the secretary.

The Village Hall is a registered charity [number 525030] and is run by a dedicated committee of volunteers. These committee members all support the aim of the Village Hall to benefit community life and provide opportunity for recreation in the village and for the surrounding areas. New volunteers are always welcome to share in the care and promotion of this fantastic Village Hall which Long Marston is privileged to have.
Pre - School - Long Marston Pre - School was founded in 1986 and is since then a place where children aged 2 to 5 thrive.
The Pre - School has a great team of experienced staff as well as excellent facilities .The Village Hall offers the space for wide ranging activities and the playing field and open countryside just outside the front door are an invaluable resource to keep children active.
For more information ,please go to www.longmarstonplaygroup.co.uk
 

 

Contact Information

Bookings - Molly Fowler - 01904 737409  Enquiries - Ian Roberts -  01904 738750 (07748 770281) - iroberts@angramassociates.co.uk  
Secretary - Sue Roberts - sroberts@angramassociates.co.uk

Village Hall Timetable

Monday
Playgroup [8:45 - 15-00]
Pilates     [18.00 - 19.00]
Cricket U-11 [18.30 - 20.30]  (April- July)

Tuesday

Probus (last Tues in month) [10:30 - 12:30]
Line dancing [19.00 - 21.00]
Archery Outdoor [18 -30 - 20.30]  (May - September)

Wednesday
Playgroup [8:45 - 15 -00]
Over 60's (1st Wed in month) [14.00 -16.00]
Zumba[18.00 -19.00]
YCA (2nd Wed in the month) [19.30 -21.30]
250 club draw ( 3rd Wed in the month) [21.00]
Cricket Nets [18.30 - 20.30]  (Mat - August)

Thursday
Playgroup [08.45 -15.00]
Archery Outdoor [18.30 -20.30] (May - September)
Archery Indoors [19.00-20.00] (October - April)

Friday
Playgroup [8:45 -15.00]
 

Saturday
Cricket  [13.30 -20.30]  (April - September)



LONG MARSTON RECREATION GROUND AND VILLAGE HALL FOUNDATION

Child and Vulnerable Adults Safeguarding Policy

This statement of policy and procedures applies to users and activities on the premises of Long Marston Recreation Ground & Village Hall Foundation (The Hall) and any anciliary activities which are the responsibility of The Hall.  This policy is in place to protect all children and vulnerable adults regardless of gender, ethnicity, disability,sexuality, religion or faith.

The welfare of the child or vulnerable adult is paramount and is the responsibility of everyone. All children and vulnerable adults have the right to protection from abuse, whether physical, verbal, sexuak, bullying,exclusion or neglect.

All people associated with The Hall and its users have a responsibility for the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults.

The Hall Committee will endeavour to keep the premises safe for use.

No member of the Trustees, outside contractors, hirers or volunteers will  have unsupervised access to children and vulnerable adults unless in possession of appropriate clearance such as DBS.

The Hall Committee will ensure that all hirers/users of The Hall and its facilities are aware that any safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults is the responsibility of the hirers/users.  Young children, under the age of thirteen, using The Hall's facilities should be accompanied by a responsible adult unless they are attending an organised function.

Hirers/users need to be aware that the facilities such as the toilets might be shared with other groups and that appropriate supervision/arrangements should be made.

The Hall Committee will ensure that hirers are made aware of their obligations under the Licensing Act 2003 to ensure that alcohol is not sold to those under the age of 18 and that no children may be admitted to films when they are below the age classification for the film or show.  No entertainment of an adult or sexual nature shall be permitted on the premises.

Acceptance of The Hall's safeguarding policy is part of the agreed contract taken out on hiring or using The Hall's facilities.

A copy of this policy will be made available in The Hall notce board and The Village Notice Board.  The policy will be open to review on a regular basis.

The Hall's Safeguarding Officer is Mo Woolley with contact details as follows:-   Tel.01904 738458  E mail maureen.woolley33@virginmedia.com

1st June 2016












































 

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