Village Hall Location
(Registered Charity No. 1031063)
For the most up to date information on the village hall, please visit the Rickinghall Village Hall website here.
- Village Hall, with private parking for 36 cars (and lots more by prior arrangement!)
- Multi-Use Games Area
- Children's Play Area
- Skate Park
- Playing Fields, with soccer pitches
Full details of the Hall are shown on the Village Hall's own website, link at top of this page.
Bookings or viewing can be arranged through Charles Greenhough: 07709 962658.
MULTI-USE GAMES AREA
This facility, with a porous macadam surface properly coloured and marked out for multisports use, is regularly used for small-side football, hosts league netball every week during the season, and can also be hired for tennis during summer months. Floodlighting is available at extra cost.
Bookings through Charles Greenhough: 07709 962658.
CHILDREN'S PLAY AREA
This fenced area has play equipment to appeal to youngsters of all ages, and modern safety surfaces throughout. Equipment includes fixed and rotating climbers, full-size and toddler swings, slides, a see-saw and springies, and there is open public access at all times.
Recently renovated, this separately fenced facility for skateboards, small wheel scooters and BMX-type bikes also has open public access.
Open to the public for all reasonable and legal recreational purposes, except that dogs are not permitted for obvious reasons of health and hygiene, and golf practice is not permitted for safety reasons.
Toilet facilities with access at all times are also normally available.
Running of Rickinghall Village Hall and its facilities is the responsibility of the Village Hall Management Committee. This consists of the village hall trustees and representatives from village organisations using the hall, and normally meets six times a year.
Management officers are as follows:-
Chairman: Mr Bob Clark Tel: 01379 890184
Treasurer & Bookings Secretary: Mr Charles Greenhough Tel: 07709 962658
Minute Secretary & Designated Premises Supervisor: Mr Charles Greenhough