Welcome to Crowle Parish Hall
Crowle Parish Hall is situated in lovely rural countryside on the edge of the attractive village of Crowle, Worcestershire. The hall was built ten years ago and is maintained to an exceptionally high standard.
Seats up to 120 for dining. Cutlery and crockery can be provided.
There is a modern, well equipped kitchen just off the main hall.
Licensed for up to 200 for dancing.
A licensed bar.
A large marquee is available for hire, which can be sited next to the main hall.
Accommodates up to 30.
This can be hired along with the main hall.
The hall has a large well-lit car park.
At the rear of the hall there is a large patio area with bench seats. The hall backs on to playing fields and a children’s playground.
Hire Costs (from Jan 1st 2015)
Monday – Friday for the whole day and evening – £310.00, for main hall and committee room.
Saturday and Sunday for the whole day and evening – £390.00, for main hall and committee room.
(A whole day and evening means from 9am – Midnight)
The hall and committee room can be hired separately on an hourly basis.
Monday – Friday – Main hall £13.80, committee room £7.90, whole hall £23.85 per hour.
Saturday & Sunday – Main hall £17.30, committee room £9.90, whole hall £30.00 per hour.
Substantial discounts for parishioners and local organisations.
A marquee (40′ x 20′) is also available for hire at £150.00.
To view, book or for any further information please contact Samantha Paul, Booking Secretary, on 07498 555463 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
All caretaking enquiries should be directed to Adam Wood on 01905 381174 or 07501095090.
Crowle Parish Hall Trust
Annual General Meeting
Parish Hall Gate Closing Times.
A reminder to the community that by order of Parish Council notices on the Jubilee Recreation Field that all activity on the field should cease by dusk or 9pm during summer months.
Parish Hall Car Park Gate Access
In the forthcoming future, it may not be possible to unlock the main gates to the Parish Hall Car Park as early as normal especially during school holidays, bank holidays and at weekends. (When Pre-School is not in operation)
For this reason, early users may find that sometimes, a combination lock has replaced the padlock normally used.
Until a Caretaker can be employed, the combination to this lock will be available from the Chairman at (email@example.com). Brian will maintain a block e-mail address of a database of people who may find this useful.
Regular User Group contacts will automatically be informed. In addition, there may be occasions when such groups who already have a hall alarm code, will be asked to let themselves in via a key accessed by a key safe which has been mounted in the porch, just to the right of the door. This method will also facilitate them securing the hall afterwards. If that is necessary, instructions will be given.
The gate combination code number will be frequently changed so if you wish to be regularly notified of the number and changes, please e-mail Brian as above or telephone him on 381230.
The trustees apologise for causing any inconvenience in having to make these arrangements.
Crowle Defibrillator Availability
SOMEONE’S COLLAPSED AND MAY BE SUFFERING A HEART ATTACK!!
The first thing to do is to dial 999. They will get a paramedic on the way.
Guidance will be given by the Ambulance Service Controller based on the following two options:-
OPTION 1. Our trained local emergency first responder is Mr Howard Painter of The Firs, Church Rd WR7 4AX Tel. No. 381209. Mobile 07780 744740. He may not of course, be nearby or be available. Please make a note of his contact details NOW. (Dial 999 before attempting to contact Howard)
OPTION 2. Through the Parish Council and thanks to the New Homes Bonus, the Parish Hall Trust have arranged the positioning of a defibrillator in a specially designed secure box which is located on the rear wall of the Parish Hall on the allotments side. (Have a look at it when the hall is not in use – know exactly where it is. The gate between the Play area and Tennis Courts is always open)
The location identification number is the only identification which will be known by the responding ambulance control and it is this number which should (MUST) be quoted to them. The number is plainly visible on the box.
IT IS ………….. 2736
Describe the emergency and ask for the code to gain access to Box ID 2736
Ambulance control will then give the access code to the box. Punch in the code given, on the keypad on the door of the box. Removing and opening the defibrillator will trigger the audible instructions which if necessary, can be followed by untrained operators. It is however preferable that operators receive some basic guidance and to this end, members of the Parish Hall Trust and leaders of the hall’s ‘User Groups’ have already attended scheduled familiarisation sessions. In addition, Howard has also provided instruction in the use of the defibrillator recently at scheduled sessions in the committee room.
HEART ATTACK CAN HAPPEN TO ANYONE AT ANY TIME – YOUNG OR OLD.