Category Archives: Village Hall

Activities in the Village Hall

Meetings in the Village Hall


Can ALL the events that plan to use the Village Hall, even the Parish Council, the Village Hall Committee, and the Neighbourhood Plan, although they use the hall without charge, please make a booking through the Booking Clerk, Sarah O’Boyle, as although the public are welcome as observers, they usually are only are aware of these meetings via word of mouth. All bookings should appear on the Events Calendar.

WING MANTON CREATIVE SOCIAL GROUP


WING

First meeting Thursday, 7 September at 2:30. Come and have tea, coffee, cake. Come and find out what it is all about. We need YOU to tell us what the club is going to do. Bring a Hobby, try something new.

MANTON

First meeting Thursday, 21 September at 2:30. Come and support your new Manton Social Afternoon.
Tea, Coffee, Cake. Help to shape this new Village Club. What do YOU want to do? see? hear about?

Transport available between the villages, give us a call. ( friends from other villages are welcome, but we cannot provide transport)  £3:00 a session to cover costs.

MANTON. call Helen 737157.  hcmaitland@gmail.com

WING. call Joanne 737286. beawingj@gmail.com

SPOT and STOP FRAUDSTERS INFORMATION MEETING


SPOT and STOP FRAUDSTERS INFORMATION MEETING

WING Village Hall is hosting a presentation about personal fraud prevention. Local Agencies are funding sessions to offer advice to individuals to reduce the risk of becoming a Victim of Fraud.

Come and hear Sue Renton on THURSDAY 7TH SEPTEMBER. at 11:30am  and pick up some useful tips.

YES, sadly, we can all become victims of fraud. Hopefully, this session can stop it being you.
Joanne 737286. beawingj@gmail.com

Wing & Manton Creative Afternoon


Residents of Manton & Wing  are invited to join us at Wing Village Hall on Thursday 7th September,  2.30 – 4.30pm, for a fun afternoon of crafts, coffee, cake and chat.  This new joint venture will give people the chance to get together and share their knowledge of skills like painting, sewing, calligraphy etc.

With support from Round Rutland there will be materials available for you to have a go at a range of activities.

The club will meet twice a month; the first Thursday of the month will be in Wing Village Hall and the third Thursday of the month will be in Manton Village Hall.

If you can help on the day or have some old craft materials that will never get used, we would love to hear from you.

Joanne for Wing beawingj@gmail.com 737286  or Helen for Manton hcmaitland@gmail.com 737157

Wing Village Hall Questionnaire


Wing Village Hall Consultation Questionnaire 2017

Download and print it off here or just use the Print button at the bottom of the page.

It’s your village hall, how can we make it better for you?

We really want to know!

This questionnaire sets out to invite the village to tell us what you would like the hall to provide for Wing now and in future years.

A little about you please?

Please circle

Age:

  • 17 or under
  • 18-35 or
  • 36 and above

 

Please return the completed form to Wing Village Hall

Please return completed forms by the closing date of the 11th May 2017. If completing the questionnaire stimulates additional comments do please note these on the back of the form.

Many thanks for your participation and feedback. Once collated the results will be published in the Parish Magazine.

Wing Village Hall Management Committee

How important do you rate the below 1 2 3 4 (1 = low and 4 – high)

  1. Hall Facilities
  • Toilet Facilities
  • Village showers
  • (Disabled) Access to the hall
  • Kitchen
  • Stage
  • Wifi

 

  1. Physical Appearance of the hall
  • Stage
  • Lighting
  • Hearing loop
  • Seating and tables
  • Car parking
  • Heating

 

  1. Hall Equipment
  • Kitchen equipment
  • Cutlery and Crockery
  • Storage
  • Decoration

 

  1. Village Use of the Hall
  • Regular village social events
  • Annual events
  • Individual Club or Society events
  • Private hire 
  1. External Use of the Hall
  • Private Hire
  • External Clubs and Societies
  • External commercial hire
  1. How do you wish to see village hall fund raising monies applied
  • For the community in general.
  • For the village hall maintenance and improvement.
  • To raise funds commercially to be applied for general parish use.
  • To support those in the community needing assistance.
  • General charitable donations.
  1. How would you prefer to know what is going on in the village hall?
  • Parish Mag Village
  • Website
  • Posters Notice boards
  • Other
  • Word of mouth
  1. Would you consider supporting the village hall via:
  • A working party: Yes / No
  • One off event: Yes / No
  • Charitable donation Yes / No
  • Sunday tea rota during the summer Yes/No

(Please circle) If Yes please provide contact details on the back page. 

  1. Hall Activities

What activities would you like to see in the village hall?

  • Village Fetes
  • Arts and crafts
  • Musical Entertainment
  • Café
  • Clubs and Societies
  • Hiring for private parties/weddings
  • Social Club
  • Meeting place
  • Training/ Education
  • Commercial Rent organisations and businesses
  • Doctor / Social Services
  • Physical Activities e.g. keep fit
  • Village Entertainments e.g. quiz nights,
  • Christmas fayre, etc
  • Films
  • Indoor food market
  • Other comments please note overleaf