Coronavirus Pandemic Statement - September 2020

The hall is now partially open for activities which are allowed under the government guidance for ‘community facilities’.

We are still closed for parties and social gatherings. Examples of events that may be held include: meetings of bonafide groups, religious worship and regular hall activities.

All events and activities are required to follow the government guidance regarding social distancing, wearing of face masks and hand sanitising etc.

Our Hall has stood on its current site for around 60 years. It was originally given to the residents of Nash Mills by the Dickinson family who owned the paper mill next door.

The hall is now run by a management committee of trustees as a registered charity and is available for use by all in the local community for meetings, social activities and private functions. It is well equipped, recently decorated and with full amenities including a kitchen, and amply sized car park.

Party was fantastic and my son loved every minute! Would definitely look to use the hall again next year, thanks again!

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