Ryedale Community Building and Village Hall network meeting: Holding Village Hall events post covid

Event aims 

The aim of the network meeting is to provide a forum for community building and village hall trustees across Ryedale to network and share information, advice, tips and thoughts on all aspects of running a hall.

At the October meeting we shall also be discussing holding events in Village Halls post Covid. Specifically considering how to attract people back to events, hosting new or different events and activities, and what additional considerations there are for committees?

Who should attend?

This is a network meeting for community building and village hall trustees across Ryedale.

What will you learn?

In the first half of the meeting we will be covering the hosting of events and activities in halls post Covid.

During the second half of the meeting there will be an opportunity to discuss any issues you are currently facing with other community building and village hall trustees and Community First Yorkshire development officers.

Trainer 

The meeting will be led by Leah Furniss and Joanne Abbott, development officers at Community First Yorkshire

Location

Please note that this is a virtual network meeting which will be held via Zoom.

To register please click on the ‘register now’ button at the bottom of this page.

Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. We are operating a waiting list and if the meeting is oversubscribed we will look to run a second meeting.

Once you have registered to attend a confirmation email will be sent with a Zoom link to join.

If you would like to attend but do not have a zoom account or would like a short introduction session on the basics of using zoom please get in touch communitybuildings@communityfirstyorkshire.org.uk

How to book

Please scroll down to book your place.

If you have any questions about the network please contact Joanne or Leah name communitysupport@communityfirstyorkshire.org.uk

Cost

This event is free to organisations in North Yorkshire thanks to funding from North Yorkshire County Council.

Event Details