The Village Hall in Maplebeck

The Village Hall in Maplebeck, opened in September 2015, is a multi-purpose venue for the whole community.  It is available for use by local people and beyond, by individuals and groups.

Maplebeck is a lovely small village in rural North Nottinghamshire, with the smallest Pub, an attractive Church and a modern, sustainable Village Hall.

Please see a statement below from the Chair of the Village Hall Committee: 

The village hall management committee met recently to consider the re-opening of the hall. We carefully considered all the up to date detailed advice from the appropriate bodies, ACRE*, RCAN* and HMG*. We took the difficult and disappointing decision not to re-open in the foreseeable future.

The COVID-19 infection rate in Newark is rising. We are very conscious of our responsibilities in respect of our attendees, in particular their age demographic, the intensive cleaning regime and extensive COVID management system in which our small volunteer committee would be involved. The additional conditions in respect of hirers would also need to be onerous. We are fortunate to have direct experience in our committee.

We know that this will be very disappointing, but we do take the safety of our community very seriously. We will review the situation in October and will only re-open when using and managing the hall can be safe.

Stay safe

Derek Sayer

Chair, Hall Management Committee

Action with Communities in Rural England

Rural Community Action Nottinghamshire

Her Majesty’s Government


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