Sadly all clubs, classes, events and bookings at the Memorial Hall are suspended for the time being due to the Coronavirus pandemic. We very much hope to resume all activities again as soon as possible but, rest assured, before we re-open the Hall it will be deep cleaned!
As we are no longer able to hold the monthly Hall 100 Club draw in public because of the coronavirus pandemic we intend to use the results of the Premium Bond draw instead.
There are 12 x £50,000 bond winners each month. We will use the last 2 digits of the first 4 bond numbers to identify our winners. 00 will be used as a proxy for 100. In the event of a number being duplicated, we will use the very next bond in the published sequence instead.
Using the March 2020 results we would have found the following winners from the 12 x £50,000 winning bond numbers...55, 56, 78 and 68.
218AH237555 67DZ334856 262FT811478 273JQ652768 340LW453466 334NS144249 311PM540014 185TE129949
373VA592947 340XC633270 346ZC888269 365ZL387583
The Premium Bond draw results are normally available within 2 working days of the start of the month so our April 100 Club 'draw' will be on 3 April.
In view of the advice from the Government regarding social distancing and avoiding unnecessary social contact during the coronavirus pandemic, the Hall Film Club will be suspended for the time being. Clearly the suspension is a big disappointment for everyone and we very much hope that our programme of regular monthly film evenings can be resumed as soon as possible.
The Hall 100 Club is run to generate additional income for the Hall.
Each month there is a draw with a £100 first prize, a £50 second prize and 2 third prizes of £25 each.
Membership costs £4 per calendar month.
Details of the latest prize winners are given below
|1st Prize||£100||13||Mary Ackroyd|
|2nd Prize||£50||14||John & Margaret Earle|
|3rd Prize||£25||60||Mr & Mrs J Chisholm|
|4th Prize||£25||30||Dave Warren|
If you would like to join the Hall 100 Club, the rules and application form can be downloaded by using the buttons below: