Coronavirus COVID-19 Update:
Trustee meetings are currently on hold due to the pandemic & social distancing guidance. However the Trustees are in regular contact via online communication as necessary in order to discuss and plan for re-opening of facilities in line with Government guidance. Please check the News page for important updates.
The West Row Village Hall Foundation is a registered charity that was set up in 2016 as an incorporated version of it’s predecessor, the West Row Village Hall and Playing Fields Association. Here you can find out more about our history and trustees.
Our assets have been built up over many years through the hard work and generosity of many past and present village residents. The charity is managed by up to 15 trustees, all of whom are volunteers, some representing other village organisations, that together bring a diverse range of skills. We strive to maintain our current facilities to the highest standards, and endeavour to improve and increase them where such opportunities arise.
Our official object is “to further or benefit the residents of West Row and the surrounding areas, without distinction of sex, sexual orientation, race or of political, religious or other opinions by associating together the said residents and the local authorities, voluntary and other organisations in a common effort to provide facilities, in the interests of social welfare, for recreation and leisure time occupation with the objective of improving the conditions of life for the residents”.
Chairman Gary Morley
Treasurer Emma Harrison
Secretary Karen Gallagher
Assistant Secretary Kate Wells
Auditor Gerald Copsey
Alan Rolfe, Alan Goodenough, Mark Garrard, Katie Andrews, Vicki Butler, Sharon Phillips & Carol Bebee (Bowls Club representative).
The trustees meet in the village hall on the first Monday of every other month. Our annual open meeting takes place in February each year.
For more information about us and to view copies of our annual accounts are available on the Charity Commission website.