Donate to the Hall

Gift Aid donation example Burton Memorial Hall is registered with the PayPal Giving Fund, so we can accept online donations from supporters and well-wishers.  If you would like to help keep the hall going, you can visit our donations page here 

Hall reopened from 12th April 2021

Burton Memorial Hall reopens 12th April
We are delighted that the Hall was able to reopen on 12th April for children's activities and from 17th May for adult sports, exercise and most other group activities. 
From 7th May, parish council meetings may also be held in the Hall.
All activities will continue to be booked under the Hall's Covid-19 Special Terms and Conditions of Hire, which includes logging attendees for the track and test scheme, the wearing of face masks and use of hand sanitiser, and the revised rule of 6 / social distancing.
We have a 6 x A4 page list of what activities may recommence when, so if you are looking to re-start your group or organise a new activity please do get in touch with us via the Message Us button below.
Covid will be a challenge for at least the rest of the year but, with common sense and goodwill on all sides, we should be able to resume some, if not all, of the activities that are so popular in the Hall. 


Ollie's 100 Mile Fundraiser Bike Ride

Ollie's 100 Mile Ride for Burton Memorial Hall

One of the hall's young users, Ollie, who is missing attending events at the Hall whilst we have to remain closed in the COVID-19 crisis, has offered to raise some funds for the Hall by doing a 100 mile sponsored bike ride in June, and he is seeking sponsors on his Go Fund Me page to help him hit his target. Any amount will be welcome, and please will you also share on the appeal with your friends and family for Ollie as well? Many thanks, and a big cheer for Ollie. Go Fund Me


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