War Memorial Hall
UPDATE 10th January 2021
Sadly the memorial hall remains closed during the national lockdown but a team of volunteers are working (within COVID guidelines) to maintain the hall and ensure it is ready to open when restrictions are eased.
The trustees look forward to welcoming back our hirers before too long when hopefully we can move towards a level of normality.
UPDATE 25TH AUGUST 2020
The hall management committee is pleased to announce that the hall will begin a staged reopening from the 1st September. In line with government Guidance and supplementary guidance from ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England) COVID 19 guidelines and processes, to ensure that the hall can open safely and be COVID secure, have been agreed. A risk assessment has been completed and the appropriate sanitisation, cleaning and PPE equipment are available.
Please see the COVID 19 Guidance Sub page for the hall for lots more information.
These guidelines and the opening will be kept under close review but we hope that we will be able to extend the opening over the coming weeks and months. Any requests for hire will be considered against these guidelines.
If you have any queries please contact us at [email protected]
The High Halden War Memorial Hall was opened in 1921 and since then has provided a venue and facility for the residents of High Halden and its surrounds. The Hall is a registered charity (charity number 213310) and is run on a day to day basis by a management committee of trustees. The trustees are all volunteers and either represent a village organisation which uses the hall or who are elected at the AGM in October.
The governing document of the charity, dated 26th April 1955, includes the objective:
“The land with the building thereon………. to be used as a public or village hall for the benefit of the inhabitants of the Parish of High Halden and its immediate vicinity…..”
The management committee work to manage the affairs of the charity in line with the governing document and relevant legislation.