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We’re back!!

After 5 long months of being closed, Seacourt Hall Management Committee is delighted to announce that our doors are now open again and we are beginning to welcome back users.

We are doing everything we can to make sure we are protecting our visitors and staff members and we will continue to work on ensuring that the hall is safe for everyone. We have completed a full risk assessment prior to reopening the hall – and a written a ‘Covid User guide’ ensuring all guidance and compliance is met. The hall had a deep clean before reopening and we have increased our regular cleaning plan.

We reopened on Monday 14th September and have welcomed back a few groups and activities already. We have had some really positive feedback so far and it has been wonderful to see the hall alive with sound, light and movement. Understandably, some of our regular groups are not yet ready to return and some types of use we cannot admit at the moment so it will take a while to get things back to ‘normal’. We cannot wait to welcome EVERYONE back.

To see what is on at the hall, please click on the ‘What’s On’ tab to see details of classes and how to contact the organisers. You can also check hall availability and make a booking by clicking on the ‘Booking’ tab above.

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Seacourt Hall Open Day

We were excited to move into the new permanent Seacourt Hall at 3 Church Way in January 2020. We had our official Open Day on Saturday 25th January.

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Botley Community Fridge

How are we helping?

We are pleased that while Seacourt Hall is unable to be used for our usual social gatherings during the lockdown we have come to an arrangement with the Botley Community Fridge to use the space for storage and packing of essential food parcels. Thank you to all the Fridge volunteers who continue to provide this service, changing and adapting to new regulations and the evolving situation to provide this service that is even more important than ever.

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A Good Friend

Clive was a good friend and supporter of Seacourt Hall and he will be sorely missed in the community. Our thoughts are with his family.

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Can We Help You?

If you are living in the Botley community do check the COVID hub page on the Parish Council website for information and support including links to local street champions and ways to request support or volunteer. There are also links to the Vale website with information on support for local businesses too.  You can find the page here: https://northhinksey-pc.gov.uk/covid-19-community-hub/

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Seacourt Hall – Perfect for Kids Parties

Our Main Hall is 125 square metres with a sprung wooden floor ideal for energetic children’s parties! Floor to ceiling windows for maximum light and adjustable blinds. The Main Hall can be used with the kitchen with direct access and large serving hatch.