The fantastic new facility built by KIER.

PC claim to have been locked out of the hall

Posted on FB today by a member of the Trust: Good Afternoon. This post is intended to clarify the situation with regard to a rumour […]

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URPC: Is this a Code of Conduct issue?

The picture above is of Upper Rissington Parish Council signing the agreement on April 28th, allowing the Trust to lease the Hall as of today […]

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1st June – VHT leases Village Hall from URPC

Tomorrow (1st June 2017), the Village Hall Trust will lease the Upper Rissington Village Hall from the Parish Council as per previous Parish Council Meeting […]

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Village Hall Trust acquires Hall!

After a very protracted contractual discussion, the Village Hall Trust will take possession of the Village Hall as of 1st June 2017. Now is not […]

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A two year anniversary!

On the 9th March it will be two years since the new or is it now old Village Hall was completed by KIER. Incidentally, the […]

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Village Hall Fence

Pleased to report that the Upper Rissington Village Hall is being partially surrounded by a wooden fence. The finished product will look similar to that […]

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Defibrillator Training – 10th January

Defib training  

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Village Hall Update as per the Breeze.

Click here for the Breeze Link  Well it’s open and it’s terrific. After so long we now have a working Village Hall and we have so much […]

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Village Hall Lockers

Great to see the Village Hall has some new “Canary” coloured lockers for the changing rooms. It does mean that the Hall has virtually all […]

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Hiring the Village Hall for Badminton

Anyone wanting to hire the Village Hall should visit the website and read this page. Our family recently bought badminton rackets and are considering hiring the hall. There […]

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Gardening Volunteers needed!

If anyone has some time and energy available, the URPC are looking for volunteers to tidy the flower beds around the Village Hall. My wife […]

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A monumental moment in village history!

AMENDEMENT: This was a false alarm – it took another 9 months to reach this stage. Picture: J Flint. You can see the Village Hall and the […]

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Trust Closer to running the Village Hall

Max writes elsewhere that the Upper Rissington Parish Council and the Trust will renegotiate the terms of the contract, so for the takeover of the Village […]

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Beginning of the End

The demolition is well under way. Pictures dated 14 July 2016.

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The last days of the old Hall

Tomorrow, demolition will begin on the old hall. Yesterday, items were removed from the hall to enable the demolition to take place. It is forecast […]

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Update on UR Village Hall Trust and Village Hall

See the latest news from the Upper Rissington Village Hall Trust dated 14th June 2016 The Village Hall: It was handed over to the developers, Bovis/Linden, […]

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Village Hall acquired by URPC.

Upper Rissington Village website is pleased to report the following: Information extracted from http://rissington.uk.w3pcloud.com Link to the Village Hall Trust website. Upper Rissington Parish Council […]

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Demolition of VH and redevelopment

16/00694/COMPLY | Demolition of existing village hall and redevelopment with 4 residential dwellings. This application contains an extremely fascinating document: EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE THREAT ASSESSMENT In […]

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Developers offer £40,000 gift to cover stamp duty bill on new village hall

Story from Cotswold Journal by Vivien Mason A PARISH Council which was faced with an unseen £32,000 stamp duty bill for a brand new village […]

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Parish shocked after £1 village hall unearths a £32k stamp duty bill!

Press Report in the Cotswold Journal. Story by Vivien Mason A BRAND new village hall has turned into a white elephant after a parish council found itself […]

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