Kirkby Fleetham Village Hall

DL7 0SB

Charity No 70195

 

Book the hall for your event:

£7 per hour main hall

£5 per hour library

£3 per hour use of kitchen facilities

(extra charges for non residents)

 

Use the online

booking enquiry facility

to make a booking

or

Contact Lesley Bottomley on 07855 961563

if you have no digital access

Lesley.bottomley@engie.com

 

What can the hall offer you?

  • a warm and cosy environment

  • a licence to sell alcohol

  • an entertainment licence

  • good broadband access

  • a sound system

  • quality projection facilities

  • instant hot water for beverages

  • a large hob & two ovens

  • a dishwasher & glasswasher

  • a small room seating up to 20

  • tables  & seating for up to 80

  • matching crockery, cutlery,

       glassware, tablecloths

  • hire of equipment - tables, chairs, crockery, cutlery, glassware

  • accessible toilet

  • accessible parking and access

 

The Community Library is open for all, whenever the hall is open for a group. Please feel free to pop in and browse for a book. Please contact Liz Harrison (748351) if you have books to donate.

Closed for the moment

 

Car Park

The paved area immediately parallel to the wall is now signed 'Disabled Parking Only'. Please adhere to this except that, if you do need to unload heavy items, please move your vehicle to the gravel as soon as you have done that. Thank you.

Chair - Mike Dillon

Vice - Ian Woodcock

Secretary - Linda Lodge

Asst - Margaret Osler

Bookings - Lesley Bottomley

Treasurer - Susan Chilton

Asst - Lynda Dillon

Photo of Kirkby Fleetham Village Hall with vivid blue sky

Kirkby Fleetham Village Hall

After a long period of closure due to Covid, the Village Hall is happily getting ready to welcome people back through its doors. What’s more, along with the activities arranged by our existing providers, we are excited to announce our plans for several new events, made possible by generous grants from Hambleton District Council.

Chair of the Village Hall Committee, Mike Dillon, said: “We’ve had tremendous support from Hambleton, with funds to cover running costs during closure and now the wonderful news that the Committee’s application for funding from the Making a Difference Grant has been approved. We put forward a detailed proposal to purchase equipment and provide activities that will make a real difference to people in our area.

"We already have a beautiful village hall, and now we will be able to install the sound and lighting equipment needed to stage high quality musical and theatrical performances. We have plans for visiting speakers, ‘Desert Island Discs’ events and even Tea Dances! We want to encourage visiting theatre groups to stage performances and we’ll be installing a hearing loop so that our activities become more accessible.

"Our application was based on promoting ‘wellbeing’, which is something we all need at the moment. Some of the cost will be covered by our own previous fund-raising, such as the highly successful plant stall at The Willows, boosted by the generous 75 per cent grant from Hambleton District Council.

"We are working hard to make sure people are kept informed about the things that are happening locally, including these new events. We know that some people like to receive their copy of Social News through their letterbox whilst others would rather read it online. Please fill in and return the slip on the back page to let us know."

The Committee is particularly keen to hear from people who are interested in setting- up a group and steering its development. This need not be onerous and should be very enjoyable.

If you have an idea for a group, whether or not you would be prepared to take a lead, please get in touch.

If you’d like to chat about any suggestions or developments, you can call Mike Dillon, Chair of the Village Hall Committee on 

07713 131980 or speak to any Committee member.

Weekly Events - Beginning to resume

unless indicated otherwise

New members of all skill levels are always welcome to the weekly sessions below. Charges are minimal

Monday                                                                         Contact

6.30 - 7pm  Metabolic Effect                                   Kath Burgin 07894 718696

7 - 8pm  Pilates                                                           k.burgin@hotmail.com

From May 17

Tuesday

9.30am - 12   Bridge                                                   Jean Morley 748066

2-5pm  Bridge                                                              Jean Morley 748066

Cancelled

7-9pm  Book Lovers Group (every 1st)                  Liz Harrison 748351

From July 6th

7.30pm  Kirkby Fleetham Feast (every 4th)         Dave Tarleton Hodgson

Cancelled - by Zoom

 

Wednesday

10.30 - 12.30 The Village Hub.     From early June

11.15 - 12.15 Mobile Post Office

Baby Massage & Baby Yoga from April 14          Nicki Walsh 07570 2081814

www.baby-wellness.co.uk

6.30-7pm  Metabolic Effect      From May 19      Kath Burgin 07894 718696  

7.15-8.15pm Ballroom Dancing  (Oct start)       Ian or Leah Hardaker 748821

8.30 - 9.30pm Ballroom Dancing                               "

Cancelled

7pm   Village Hall Committee Mtng                   Linda Lodge 748127

(Every First - Feb, Apr, June AGM, Aug, Oct, Dec)

 

Thursday

10 - 11 am  General Exercise for Older Adults   Kath Burgin 07894 718696

From May 20

12 -2pm  Lunch Bunch (last Thursday)                  Jean or Sheila   748066

Cancelled

2 - 4pm  Carpet Bowls        From May 20             Peter Stevens,

                                                                                      stevens.peter@wanadoo.fr

7pm  Gardening Group (every 1st)                        Jackie Russell 748769

From July 1st

7.30pm  Kirkby Fleetham WI (every 2nd)            Helen Lunn  748582

From July 8th

7.30pm  Parish Council Meeting (every 3rd)       Anne Herbert 

Cancelled - via Zoom

7pm  Armchair Cinema (last Thursday)                Linda /Howard Lodge

Cancelled                                                                                       748127

 

Friday

9.30 - 10.30  Hatha Yoga                                         Chris 07973 416058

6.15 - 7.30pm Hatha Yoga                                       www.adapting.fitness/classes

From May 28                                                              info@adapting.fitness

 

Saturday

10 - 11 am  Church Coffee Morning (every 1st - not Aug or Dec) Rosemary Garner  748335

Cancelled

10.30 -12.00 The Village Hub 

Cancelled

3.15-5.15pm. Martial Arts/Self Defence.           Peter Wilcox 07515 966834

12.15 - 3.15pm Sewing Bee fortnightly.                Monique 07763 252177

to find out more and reserve a place

 

www.5105familyfit.com

Metabolic Effect was founded on the idea that weight loss and fat loss are not the same and is a system that works to help people understand their unique metabolic processes so they can work with their metabolism, not against it.

Circuit Fitness sessions are suitable for all ages/levels of ability as each circuit is individually designed.

Pilates is a class for people of all ages and fitness levels who want to improve their core strength.

Keep Fit & Coffee with Kath is a weekly session for Seniors, offering individually tailored exercise followed by the opportunity to socialise.

Swedish and sports massage and therapy also available individually.

Go to the Local Business page for more information.

Ballroom Dancing

Our two professional ballroom dancers, Ian and Leah Hardaker, are very happy to offer  private tuition. If you are interested in learning to dance, do give them a call on 748821.

Re-Opening Update Covid-19 

Currently closed but activities will re-start according to Government guidelines around permitted activity. This means that most activities will not resume until July.

Using the Village Hall Safely - Please Note

  • Only the main hall and toilets are in use.

  • The kitchen (except for Hub ) and library remain closed until further notice.

  • Anyone using the hall should use the hand sanitiser provided at the main entrance on entering and leaving.

  • Toilets may be used under strict sanitising conditions with only one person allowed in each toilet suite at a time. They should sanitise the toilet after use. (Sanitiser is provided).

  • Our contract cleaner continues to maintain the Village Hall each Wednesday.

  • Group leaders are aware of their responsibilities including ensuring social distancing is maintained at all times, sanitising equipment before and after use, and maintaining a list of members attending.

No private bookings for parties etc can be accepted until further notice.

Further information on Village Hall activities will be published via InfoNetKFF and Social News.

Group leaders know that their responsibilities are to: 

  • Retain a list of members attending.

  • Remind their members that they should not attend if they feel unwell – whether with COVID-19 symptoms or otherwise.

  • If anyone becomes ill while in the hall, they should be taken immediately to the dedicated SAFE PLACE which is the library. Leaders should then inform the Kirkby Fleetham Village Hall Secretary (Linda Lodge 01609 748127) and, if necessary Test & Trace.

  • Sanitise equipment before and after use, all surfaces touched (eg door handles, chairs etc). Sanitiser will be provided. Any paper towels / tissues used should be bagged and removed from the hall.

  • Ensure that social distancing is maintained at all times.

Social Newsletter

For all up-to-date community / emergency information, please make full use of our community website:    kirkbyfleethamwithfencotesparishcouncil.co.uk ….    and, if you haven’t done so already, PLEASE enrol on InfoNetKFF – an excellent resource.

To book the Village Hall or to hire its equipment, go to the village hall link on our community website and complete the booking form. No email? Then ring Lin Lodge on 748127 or Margaret Osler on 748960, either of whom will happily help you.

This publication is funded equally by the Parish Council and the Trustees of the Village Hall. Delivery Team: Ronnie Barker delivers to Great Fencote;   to KF Hall and cottages; Wendy Hobson to Village Way & Fold; Nicky Lloyd to all out-of-village homes & farms; Margaret Osler to Kirkby Lane; Tricia Penfold to Forge Lane, Penfold Tce. &The Green; Emma Raper to Low Street; Mary Shepherd to Lumley Lane & Melton Court; Fiona White to Little Fencote and Linda Williams to Great Langton,. The publication is written by Lynda Dillon. If you have something of local interest that you would like included, please email it to Lynda by the 15th of the month: lyndafothergill@hotmail.com