COVID 19 - Update on the road map to re-opening


As we follow the road map out of the third national lockdown – our watchwords are ’continue to ensure all our users comply with the government covid secure regulations’, ‘proceed with caution’ and above all ‘please stay safe’.


The Community Centre has now started to be used again, not only in full compliance with government requirements but also the additional Community Association Special Terms and Conditions which are designed to keep all users safe.


Throughout the various lockdowns and stages of the road map, the Community Association has and is continuing to take advice from Community First Yorkshire who are an independent Rural Community Council committed to supporting organisations like ourselves. They, in turn, have taken advice from the National co-ordinating body ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England) who work closely with the Government through Defra (Department for Rural Affairs).


Given everything we have been through together plus the recent government warning of a further last summer/autumn wave, the last thing we want is for the Community Centre to become a place were Covid could be spread. Therefore, it is likely that even as we hopefully exit the road map in June, we will continue to have some special Terms and Conditions which we will ask Hirers to undertake to help keep it covid secure. 


Whilst the Community Association has done everything it can to make the facilities as Covid -19 secure as possible, we must emphasise that it is each individual’s responsibility to act in a covid-19 secure manner and also to stay up to date and adhere to Government Covid-19 Guidance.


Click here for further information and special conditions of hire

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We are open Wednesday 10.30am to 1.30pm and Sunday, 1pm to 4pm.  Refreshments available.




We have updated our constitution!

In line with changing our charitable status to a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO)