Sheriff Hutton Village Hall is currently open for those activities allowed under “Step 3” Covid-19 restrictions. We are taking bookings since re-opening for indoor activities on 17th May (see item below)
We have carefully considered the detailed guidance (see: https://acre.org.uk ) regarding Community Buildings and the Four-Step roadmap out of Covid 19 lockdown announced on 22nd February and also taken specific advice from ACRE. Based on this the current situation is as follows:
At Step 2 of the roadmap, on or after 12th April, Community Buildings are permitted to re-open and the Hall is now open for activities that are permitted.
At Step 3, on or after 17th May, a much wider range of indoor activities are permitted, in accordance with the “rule of six” and current social distancing measures.
If you wish to discuss whether a specific activity is permitted, please get in touch.
If you have any questions please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Link to table of allowed activities
Use the following link to see ACRE's table of activities allowed by the "Roadmap" at specified dates:
Village Hall's Risk Assessment
Click on the button below to see or download the Hall's Risk Assessment
Blood donation session 8th July - go to What's on? then What's New? pages
Welcome to Sheriff Hutton Village Hall, which was purpose-built in 1984 to serve our thriving and lively community. Since its opening day, the Hall has been continuously maintained to a very high standard. The Hall is located within the attractive village of Sheriff Hutton and has a range of rooms that make it truly multifunctional. Adjacent is a children's Play Area and off-street car parking.
WiFi access is now available to those hiring the Hall.
To contact the Village Hall, e-mail is the preferred method
Telephone: 07894 734 446
For more information on facilities and hire charges, click on menu items (panel on left or "hamburger" icon on phone)
Sheriff Hutton Village Hall is a charitable incorporated organisation (No. 1169225). The business ethos of the Trustees is that hiring fees should cover all routine running and maintenance costs. Fundraising is reserved for exceptional purchases and capital developments.