Rockhampton Village Hall
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Terms & Conditions


 1      Rockhampton Village Hall Management Committee reserves the right to refuse any booking.

 2      The Hirer will be responsible for the provision of a Steward or Stewards as may be deemed necessary to cover
 emergency  situations. In the event of such an emergency, the hirer and steward(s) will be responsible for taking appropriate
 action and for liaising with the relevant emergency services. It is advisable for at least one person to have a mobile phone.

 3      Licensed bars must not be set up in the building without permission of the Management Committee. No game of chance or
 any form of gambling is permitted on the premises without prior written consent.

 4      Bookings should be made well in advance through the Bookings Clerk. Telephone number: 01454 260940.

 5      Smoking is not permitted on the village hall premises.

 6      The Management Committee accepts no responsibility for any accident or injury to, or claim for loss or damage to the
 property of any persons using the hall or any part of its facilities. Any damage to the hall or its contents must be reported and
 paid for.

 7      The Hirer is requested to put all their landfill rubbish in bags (not supplied) and placed in the wheelie bin provided.

 8      Those attending meetings or functions in the village hall are requested to park cars in the car parks.

 9      Users are requested to ensure that all exits are kept clear of obstructions at all times. When leaving ensure that all
 electrical appliances are turned off and/or unplugged and check that all windows and doors are closed and locked. Switch off
 lights.

 10     If you are in possession of a hall key, please ensure that the main door is locked when you leave.

 11     Crockery and cutlery is available for hire. Please ensure that all items and surfaces used are left in a clean and tidy state.

 12     The kitchen may be used for serving food, providing current EU regulations are adhered to. An outside caterer brought in
 by a hirer must be registered appropriately with a local authority to ensure compliance with the current Food Safety Regulations.
 In addition, the caterer should be able to demonstrate that they comply with The Health & Safety at Work Act 1974. Advice on
 these matters may be obtained from a committee member.

 
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