Rampton & Woodbeck Parish Council

Serving the people of Rampton & Woodbeck

Clerk: Mr Ed Knox
24 Allison Avenue, Retford
Nottinghamshire DN22 7JS

Tel: 01777 711579

Rampton Village Hall

Rampton Village Hall
Manor Grounds
Rampton
Retford
Notts
DN22 0JU

Rampton Village Hall

Rampton Village Hall was built in 1842 by Rev Charles Westeneys Eyre. The building closed as a school in 1914 upon the opening of Rampton Primary School. The former village school was renamed 'The Hostel' and used by Lady Ellis as both a Sundary School and function room for village activities. Part of the former Manor Estate it was sold in 1927 to become the church hall. Scouts, Guides and Gym Classes started in the 1930's. The first renovation of the hall was in 1924 following a local fundraising event. In 1969 the Parish Council raised a precept of 4d per household that year for its next renovation.

Recent History: it was purchased by the Parish Council in 1995 and has since undergone continuous repairs and improvements

This is an attractive village hall with:

  • Large main hall to seat 80 people
  • Snug area with chairs, sofa and coffee table
  • Modern LED Lighting
  • Free WIFI
  • Large Kitchen Area with:
  • Dishwasher, Microwave, Toaster, Kettles & Tea Urn & Cooker/hob
  • large selection of crockery, cutlery & utensils
  • Plastic Bowls, Cups and Plates for Children's parties
  • Disabled access and disabled toilet facilities
  • Excellent Central heating
  • Off road parking
  • Sound System available
  • Solar Panels
  • The Parish Council provides the water tap at the side of the hall for the churchyard flowers.
  • We have Dishwasher Proof Childrens Plastic Cups, Nibble Bowls and Plates for you to use for Children's Parties and Events which can be put in the dishwasher and no need for you to bring any paper plates or cups.
  • Premises Licence PL1053: Allowing the Sale of Alcohol for consumption on the premises, performance of live and recorded music, performance of dance, provision of dancing facilities.
  • Small Lotteries Licence SL0218: The Parish Council holds this licence so that it may operate a lottery or raffle for good causes (on or off of the Village Hall Premises). A lottery has been defined as "a scheme for distributing prizes by lot or chance". A small society lottery:
    • does not have proceeds that exceed £20,000 for a single draw
    • does not have aggregate proceeds from lotteries in excess of £250,000 in any one year
    • The Gambling Act 2005 requires that lottery tickets may only be sold by persons over the age of 16 to persons over the age of 16.

To hire Rampton Village Hall, please use the form below or contact Martin Cree, email villagehall@ramptonandwoodbeck-pc.gov.uk or telephone: 07471877504

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