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We wish you a Merry Christmas…

Seacourt Hall Management Committee would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

We also wanted to thank you all for the wonderful support you’ve given us throughout the year.

See you in 2022!

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Face masks are back!

As per Government guidance, face masks must be worn in Seacourt Hall unless an individual has an exemption. They are not required by people taking part in exercise, dancing or, in some cases, singing. Good hygiene practices, i.e., regular hand washing with sanitiser or soap and water, and, where practical, social distancing remain essential. We appreciate your ongoing support.

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Seacourt Hall Mini Open Day

Please come along and see us at Seacourt Hall on Saturday 4th September, to find out about what activities and classes are going on this autumn and winter. We will be serving tea and coffee – and of course, there will be cake! The last 18 months have been somewhat….’up and down’…. so this is a really nice opportunity to catch up within the community and see what the hall has to offer.

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Seacourt Hall AGM and nominations for Public Representatives

Seacourt Hall is a registered charity managed by a committee of trustees (Seacourt Hall Management Committee), made up of representatives of the North Hinksey Parish Council (NHPC), hall users and public representatives.

At the AGM on Monday 27th September (7:30pm at Seacourt Hall or via Zoom, to be decided nearer the time) to which North Hinksey parish residents are invited, 2 members of the public will be elected as Charity Trustees (public representatives) by residents over 18, present at the AGM.

Any North Hinksey parish resident aged over 18 may put their own name forward to be a Charity Trustee and a seconder is not needed.

Nominations should be sent to the Treasurer before 5pm on Monday 17th September. This can be by post in the Seacourt Hall letterbox at the Library end of the building or by email to treasurer@seacourthall.org.uk 

If anyone would like more information in advance, including the responsibilities of being a trustee, they can check the website at  seacourthall.org.uk or  contact the chair Lorna Berrett on lberrett.nhpc@gmail.com or call 07967 111014.

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We’re Back! #3

Welcome back to all our regular and new hall users. It’s great to see the hall being used every day – it was quiet without you all! If you’re looking for hall space, please contact Lottie White to see what availability we have. Here’s to a happy Summer!

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April 12th Re-opening…

We are very pleased to announce that Seacourt Hall will be reopening to permitted activities from Monday April 12th.

We are excited to welcome back our first group of hall users and will be in touch with our updated userguide and risk assessment. We are looking forward to the day where we can welcome everyone back to hall again – and fingers crossed for no further restrictions!

Thank you to everyone for your patience during this time. Have a wonderful Easter break.

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Seacourt Hall Closure

We are sorry to say that in order to comply with the latest government guidance, we are now closing the hall to non-essential activities again. However, the hall will remain open to activities such as childcare and support groups (details here). We look forward to welcoming everyone back as soon as we safely can. Happy New Year!

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Merry Christmas!

Seacourt Hall Management Committee wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

We also wanted to thank you all for the wonderful support and flexibility you’ve given us throughout the year.

Here’s hoping that 2021 will be slightly less chaotic. Cheers!

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And…we’re open (again!)

From 2nd December, we look forward to welcoming back our ever patient hall users! And we have good news for you…we now have a WiFi connection within the hall. You will find details of the username and password on the hall noticeboard. All users are reminded to adhere to all social distancing and covid related guidance.

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Lockdown! Here we go again…

We are sorry to say that in order to comply with the latest government guidance, we are now closing the hall to non-essential activities again. However, the hall will remain open to activities such as childcare and support groups (details here). We appreciate how frustrating this is – and we really can’t wait to welcome everyone back again. Stay well, stay safe and we will see you soon!