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Village Halls Domesday Book 2021
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Village halls in Lancashire
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Galloway Hall
We are excited to return to normal and welcome old and new groups and activities back to the community in Fulwood, Preston.
Glasson Dock Village Hall
A space for the local community to use to meet, celebrate and access the outreach Post Office service
Hesketh Bank Community Centre
The Trustees celebrated making their dreams of a brand new hall a reality this week! We have been proudly serving the residents of Hesketh Bank, Banks, Tarleton and beyond since 1944 and in 2019 marked our 75th birthday, whilst campaigning for funds to redevelop the site. With the support of The National Lottery, West Lancashire Borough Council, Hesketh Bank Parish Council and many more grants, gifts and donations - and not to mention blood, sweat and tears - this new, purpose built and eco-friendly facility will ensure that we continue to be a focal point for the well-being of generations to come.
Katrina Bell
Pilling Village Hall is a brand new Village Hall built during 2020. It replaces the old Memorial Hall which was a central part of village life. We are very much hoping that this up to date facility will soon find its way into the hearts of the people of Pilling and surrounding areas, providing a much needed place to revitalise village life following the Covid 19 pandemic. We can’t wait to open our doors!
Rufford Village Hall
WIth advice from ACRE we quickly Risk Assessed Covid for the Hall and set to work making our Hall Covid secure. When able we have opened, particularly for new parent and baby support. We have made the Hall available to support the community and have held yoga, exercise and dance all the while closely monitoring the current restrictions. At the start of this we didn’t imagine how many changes we would face!! The trustees have worked together to keep the Hall Covid secure and as available as possible and look forward to the time we can start reopening 🌈
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Staining Village Hall
Currently closed but looking forward to when we can host the full schedule of community and beyond events we did previously
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The Centre @ Halton
The Centre at Halton is at the heart of the village and supported by the local community with many activity groups, and a team of willing volunteers. Normally we fundraise by holding events, hiring out facilities and running a Coffee Shop in order to make improvements to the Centre. The Covid-19 crisis scuppered our plans but as part of the Village Emergency Plan, we quickly acted to support vulnerable residents and we had a great response for volunteers to help others which is ongoing . During lockdown our centre manager, worked hard on a voluntary basis to obtain funding towards our new Changing Places facilities, also using a significant proportion of our reserves. We had some good news in June 2020 when we were recognised with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. When government restrictions allow it we look forward to welcoming back activity groups and customers. Reaching out and supporting each other in these difficult times has been and continues to be a major feature of life within our community.
Warton Village Hall (near Carnforth)
Our hall has continued to be enthusiastically used by dance group (when permitted by the dance body), and we are proud to facilitate that use when we have heard of so many halls remaining closed since March 2020. We are looking forward to organising a big party when appropriate, and hopefully using some of the government grant money for new projects
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