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about theBythams : amenities : little bytham village hall

updated 30/11/03

Little Bytham Village Hall is located on the Main Street in Little Bytham. Various Groups and Clubs use the facility and a number of Events take place there including bingo, parties, wedding receptions, and dances.

For further information contact ...

Judith Stafford
Tel: +44 (0)1780 410194

100 club 30/11/03

November 2003 30/11/03
The lucky winners of the November Draw are J Hand and J Wood whose wins were £55 and £24 respectively.
Congratulations to both of them.

September 2003 added 02/10/03
The first Draw of the new Little Bytham 100 Club took place at the Coffee Morning in the Village Hall on 4 September 2003. The lucky winners were P Murray and S Boyd whose wins were £55 and £24 respectively. Congratulations to both of them.

May 2002 added 27/04/03
Winners of the 100 Club Draw for April were:- Mr D Slater (£30) and Mr A Peace (£18). Congratulations to both of them. Also thanks to Mr A Turner who has donated his previous win to the Village Hall Improvement Fund.

Update on Village Hall Improvements added 03/04/03

From the pages of the Glenside News (April 2003)

" Last November the Little Bytham Village Hall Management Committee applied for a grant from Lincolnshire County and South Kesteven District Councils to help us improve the Village Hall. We shall know if our application has been successful in april and pending a happy result, hope to initiate Stage One of our improvement plan soon afterwards.

The application for grant aid relied strongly on evidence of local support and the Committee is indebted to the Parish Council, Guides, Brownies, Rainbows, Judith Stafford and members of the 100 Club for their wholehearted letters of support which will lend added weight to our bid.

In the meantime , work has been progressing on the Village Hall. A new heating system has been installed, a water heater is in place in the kitchen and a cupboard providing storage space for the Guides, Brownies, Rainbows and Village Hall equipment has been constructed.

If we are awarded the grant, further and vital improvements in the hall will include ...
1 Update of fuse box and electric wiring
2 Additional lighting
3 Installation of a room thermostat for hall heaters
4 Sanding and retreating of hall floor
5 New chairs and tables
6 Internal painting and decoration

This first stage of improvements will ensure that the Village Hall is a safe and comfortable environment suitable for everyone in the village. Improvements in Stages 2 and 3 will follow as soon as funding permits. These improvements are primarily to comply with the Disability Act which comes into force in 2004. They include a refurbished kitchen, a disabled lavatory and entrance ramps for disabled access.

Our Village Hall is an essential part of village life and is something which remains within the village when so many other facilities are in decline. A vital facility such as this needs to be properly maintained and modernised if it is to meet the many needs of the village in coming years. The Management Committee is fully committed to seeing through these essential improvements and has been greatly heartened by good wishes from 100 Club winners. Thanks to you all. "

100 Club : December 2002

The December winners of the Little Bytham Village Hall 100 Club draw were Mrs J A Mobbs and Mr J Greaves whose wins were £30 and £18 respectively. Congratulations to both of them.

Improvements to the Village Hall added Dec 2002

The Village Hall Committee have announced that they are embarking on a phased programme of improvements to the Village Hall. (Dec 2002)

The improvements will include modifications to the electrical system, new tables and chairs, repairs to the floor and general redecoration. The cost of the improvements will total £4086.

The Parish Council has backed the plans and are supporting the Village Hall Committee in making bids to the District and County Councils for grant aid.

Little Bytham Village Hall
(Picture taken 19/08/03 : MG)

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