National charity, Action with Communities in Rural England (ACRE) has issued new information to help village halls…
Briefing prepared by Action with Communities in Rural England (ACRE) provides an interpretation of the Government’s new Covid Winter Plan to help those managing community buildings.
Over the summer months, many of England’s 10,000+ village halls have reopened for the enjoyment of their local community Halls like Warton in Lancashire who hosted a Big Back Together Bash celebrating all of the groups who use the building, and Mickleton Village Hall in County Durham who’ve been holding regular creative workshops with rural touring groups to bring arts to their community.
But with the winter months approaching and fears that there may be a more pronounced third wave of the virus, ACRE is urging halls management committees to take note of the latest government guidance for keeping their users safe.
Read the full article here: https://acre.org.uk/news/2021-09-23-advice-for-keeping-village-halls-safe-this-winter
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