Pavilion and Sports Field
The pavilion and sports field are a community asset and are regularly hired out for all sorts of village and local group activities, as well as sporting activities and events.
There are 5 football pitches (junior and senior sized), a cricket pitch and an all-weather pitch/area. The pavilion has a fully functioning kitchen, with a shower block and toilets and a large main meeting/events area.
The pavilion is currently closed due to Covid-19, but once it is re-opened please contact the Clerk directly, should you wish to hire it.
Council now use a booking system called Hallmaster for all bookings in conjunction with the sports field facilities and the pavilion room hire. The bookings diary can be accessed using the below link, which will enable you to see live bookings for each date/week.
Should you wish to make a booking, please click on black cross on your preferred date within the diary and complete the form which appears. Once this has been done, your booking request will be processed and confirmed.
Please note that the sports field and pavilion now have CCTV in operation 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Should you wish to review the policies documents for this, please go to the left hand menu on the homepage and select About The Council, Policies and Procedures.
Hallmaster Booking System
The hire charges/fees are as follows:
- Pavilion (main meeting room): hourly rate starting at £16.00 per hour during the spring/summer and starting at £18.00 per hour during the autumn and winter months.
- Football pitch hire: £25.00 per senior match/per pitch and £15.00 per junior match/per pitch
- Cricket pitch hire: £20.00 per senior match and £16.00 per junior match
- All Weather pitch hire: £12.00 per hour.
New All Weather Surface Questionnaire
The all weather pitch is in dire need of resurfacing, to not only ensure it is safe to play on but also to allow for other sports to be played, such as netball, basketball and tennis etc.
Council are currently applying for grants for this project as the cost is circa £30k, which we just do not have in our funds to pay for.
Part of the grant application process is community engagement. As much as we are aware of how much people would love to see this facility rejuvenated, the bodies who award grants, like to see it on paper. Therefore, please could you answer the below question to aid the council in securing funds for this project.
Please also keep checking back to see updates on our progress!
In the meantime, we thank you for taking the time in responding to this poll.