Horsley Parish Council

Serving the people of Horsley

Clerk/RFO: Laura Storey
P O Box 8108, Derby
Derbyshire DE1 0ZU

Tel: 07941 052009

Horsley Village Hall

Very slowly, the Village Hall is coming back to life. Working within the Government guidelines for Village Halls and Community buildings, some events are running.

We have lots of air spray, cleaning fluids for surfaces, sanitiser and paper towels (to replace the electric hand dryers). So, we are well organised to ensure between bookings the hall is refreshed – and virus free.

We look forward to seeing you soon in the safe surroundings of -

HORSLEY VILLAGE HALL!

Natter Café welcomes you this Tuesday with a slight difference:

- You will need to scan the QR code or give your name and phone number (Track and Trace)

- Wear a mask unless you're seated

- Individuals (or families living together) must sit on their own at a table.

- Table service will operate for drinks

- 2 metres distance must be observed

We hope you will pop along and join us even if it's just for a quick visit.

Thank you to everyone who came along and supported the Village Fete and Garage Sale on Saturday. We had a great afternoon with a good variety of stalls and it was lovely to see so many neighbours and friends. It felt quite normal in these strange Covid times. A brilliant £466 was raised for the Village Hall from our stalls, raffle and refreshments. So good to see people enjoying the hall and the rec.

HORSLEY VILLAGE HALL

will reopen for

BOOKINGS

from 1 AUGUST 2020

All bookings to meet current Government restrictions

- maximum 30 people in attendance

- no live music

There will also be restrictions on kitchen use

For more information contact -

MARIANNE BEDNALL

(Booking Secretary)

marianneb454@gmail.com

07540 358599

Please see the 'What's on?' section of this site for the event diary and more details.

Bookings

Bookings for the Hall - which can accommodate up to 30 people (during coronavirus restrictions) - for meetings, parties (the Hall also has an alcohol license), events and general use can be made by contacting Marianne Bednall (Booking Secretary) at marianneb454@gmail.com or on 01332 781823. General enquiries regarding the Hall should be made to David Pinion (Secretary/Treasurer) at pinion880@gmail.com or on 01332 880028.

Now under way - Sunday nights 6pm - 8.30pm

Newcomers welcome and help available. Please spread the word - we would love to see some faces from the Village there as well as from the Bowls Club!

A great atmosphere at the Barn Dance

The Natter Café open to all from 2.30 - 4.30pm on the first and third TUESDAYS of the month. Drop in for a quick cuppa or stay for longer and chat with friends and locals.

Contacts with addresses, phone numbers and emails (click image to enlarge)

Local Area Coordination

Local Area Coordination

Our Local Area Coordinator is
James Rowland

Email
james.rowland@derbyshire.gov.uk

Tel or text:
0797 072 5015

Landline
01629 532049

James has been to several of our community events already and will be at Natter Café on 19th September. Do contact James if you think he could help you, a family member, a friend or a neighbour in the local area.

Local Area Coordination is a way of supporting people with disabilities, mental ill health, older people and their families and carers. It aims to help them to live fulfilling lives, stay safe and be well connected with their local communities.

Local Area Coordinators can help you access and use services, get information and other support you need in your local area. They can also work with you if you are at risk of becoming dependent on services or in danger of reaching a crisis situation.

Local Area Coordinators can help you to build connections with other people, groups and community based services in your area, helping you become more independent and engaged in your local community.

Official Opening

The hall was officially 'opened' on Sunday 28th July at 3.30pm.The Worshipful the Mayor and Mayoress of the Borough of Amber Valley, Councillor John Walker and Mrs Angela Walker 'cut the ribbon'.

Those who contributed to the 'Buy a Brick' scheme can now see the 90 engraved bricks which are adjacent to the entrance.

Management Committee Inaugural Dinner