Village halls have a critical role to play in bringing rural communities together. According to ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England) over 80, 000 volunteers are involved in running 10,000 village halls plus church halls and community centres in England.
If you’re involved in running a hall, you may wonder who you can turn to for advice and support. Voluntary management committees have a lot of responsibility and we’re happy to provide you with practical help – as well as pointing you in the right direction for other sources of information.
Find Your Village Hall
This handy resource helps you to find local halls in Warwickshire.
How well you act as a management committee is critical to keeping your community venture alive. Find out more about your role and responsibilities – we want to promote good governance so get in touch if you’d like more information.
We’ll also help you to achieve a Hallmark award, which recognises your work and management of your community building, and which may of help in bidding for future funding and in securing discounted insurance cover from some suppliers.
Top Ten Hall Management Questions
Is your question on our list of most popular questions? You may well find the answers you’re looking for here – so do use this page as a starting point. And you can email us any additional questions at Community Buildings or call 01789 842182. ].
Rural Initiatives Fund
We still have a small amount left in our grant funds for village halls – there’s more information on our Funding page.