Coronavirus Measures, The Village Hall and Rec
The Hall is available for bookings. Not all clubs and other users will start immediately, making their own assessment of when is appropriate in the light of Government guidelines and their own assessment of risk.
The Rec has been much used informally by villagers and others over the summer. We are delighted!
The playground and fitness equipment have been re-opened. Hand-sanitiser is provided. Users and parents will need to take appropriate measures and make their own assessment of risk.
The kitchen is closed and out of bounds. Male and female toilets are closed. The disabled toilet is to be used.
The Clubrooms are closed, Hirers are to use the Main Hall only.
Hirers are to ensure that their users socially distance and adhere to current government guidelines.
Users are required to wear face coverings, excepting users in exempt categories and those involved in exempt activities.
Use supplied hand sanitiser on entering and leaving the Hall.
Responsible hirer to wipe down door handles and used surfaces prior to and after use, using supplied hard surface disinfectant and paper towels. Waste bins are provided for disposal following wipe down.
The main entrance door should be locked during session to ensure no unauthorised entry.
It is recommended that gloves are worn when locking and unlocking the main entrance door.
Following any session the hall cleaners will disinfect the Hall floor and carry out a deep clean of all used areas.
These measures will be amended in the light of Government regulations as and when those are modified.
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A great venue for
- private parties
- meetings (see meeting room hire)
- wedding receptions
- All areas of the hall are fully accessible
- Kitchen (refurbished 2012) - ovens, hobs, serving hatch, drainers, crockery
- Tables and chairs available
- Car parking for up to 40 vehicles
- Club room with bar
The Recreation Ground
The Recreation Ground in Chieveley is run by the Village Hall Committee. It provides:
- One football pitches
- Artifical cricket wicket
- Children's play area with climbing frames, swings, slides
- Multi-User Games Area
- Skate Park
- Tennis courts (run by Chieveley Tennis Club)
- Bins for use by dog-walkers
- Tree-lined walk around ground
The hall provides a home for many village activities, as well as being available for rent by others. Regular users include:
- Newbury Bridge Club
- Chieveley Cricket Club
- Short-mat bowls
- Womens' Institute
- Flower Club
- Parish council
- Whist club
- Gardening club
- Cold Ash Football Club
The hall and grounds are run and managed by a committee which is made up of representatives of user groups and elected people. All are volunteers and give their time freely.