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Driffield Show

ERA of RCB will again be having a stand at the 2018 Driffield Show which takes place on Wednesday 18th July. If you would like leaflets about your hall included on the stand please let us have them in advance.

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Village Halls Conference

The Management Group are conscious that village hall and community building volunteers are busy. In addition many cannot attend weekday network meetings or regularly. With this in mind we have decided that in 2018 we will hold a full day event on Saturday 02 June 2018. The day will include speakers and topic on various […]

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Taking the Pulse

This is an initiative of the Foundation for Social Improvement who carry out a survey of small charities every quarter ad feed the results into the governments cabinet office This survey provides an opportunity for ERA of B to full its commitment to you -our members to make government aware of the importance of village […]

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Rural Community Buildings Loan Fund

The Rural Community Buildings Loan fund is provided by government and consists of £700,000 made available through Defra which aims to encourage communities to raise funds for capital works knowing that a loan is available to help them meet their targets and secure money from other sources. The fund is administered by Action with Rural […]

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Walking & Outdoors Festival – walk the halls

As part of the Walking & Outdoors Festival this September, a number of members are offering the chance to go on walks centred around specific halls. You can see more on our calendar and download the whole brochure here.

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Burton Pidsea Memorial Hall Lottery success

Congratulations to ERAofRCB member Burton Pidsea Memorial Hall who have recently been awarded £510,000 by the National Lottery to completely refurbish the building.

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ERYC SLA

ERYC is currently reviewing its Service Level Agreement with the Community and Voluntary Sector. As the purse strings tighten in local authorities it is important that community groups express their views to members about the types of service they need and who the best providers will be. To express your views either contact your local […]

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