Ryhall Village Hall is now closed again but plans to re-open on Wednesday December 2, 2020.
This follows the Government ordering a second national lockdown.
However, this date may change, subject to official guidance.
We will keep you updated.
For further details please contact our hall secretary Anne Virgin on 01780 754621 or by email at email@example.com
Once the all-clear has been given the hall is ready to open with strict Covid-19 restrictions in place.
Not all activities will automatically resume as initially there will only be a limited number of slots available.
The opening follows guidance from various agencies which deal specifically with village halls and is dependent on Government guidelines not altering.
This information is correct as of November 3, 2020. It may change.
We will operate the rule of six policy, meaning that “bubbles” of up to six can use the hall together, but no person can move from one bubble to another.
The number of people allowed in the building is restricted by our floor space. To maintain the social distance requirements, the large hall can take a maximum of 15 people. The hall will also always need to be well ventilated during classes.
The building has been made Covid-secure with several changes such as automatic hand sanitisers at entrance/exits, floor markings (for exercise classes to maintain social distancing) signage throughout, a strict one-way system and NHS Track and Trace QR posters.
A thorough Risk Assessment has also been carried out.
We know that these necessary regulations are making life difficult and so ask hall users to contact us with their plans regarding future hiring. Once we have these details, we can check their requirements against the current regulations so we can be specific in what is allowed.
To check on what activities can take place and for full details on the new Covid arrangements, including updated hiring agreements, please contact Hall Secretary Anne Virgin by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the meantime, we thank everyone for their patience over the past seven months. The constantly changing situation has made managing the hall extremely challenging, but we are doing our best to ensure our “customers” can start safely using it at the earliest opportunity.