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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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Charity Commission consultation

The Charity Commission is currently consulting on the regulatory requirements relating to Annual Returns. To have your say go to: https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/annual-return-for-2017-information-collected-from-charities

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Sancton village hall celebrates five years since reopening

Sancton village hall celebrates five years since reopening with a ceilidh, fair with charity stalls, children’s mad hatter tea party, live theatre and a cheese and wine thank you to all the volunteers. All events in the last week of Feb. Contact sanctonhall@gmail.com for further details.

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Community and Voluntary Sector Research

East Riding of Yorkshire council are currently seeking information about the needs of the community and voluntary sector. This information will be used to tender/commission services to support the sector. It is therefore important that as many grass roots organisations as possible tell the Council what they need and what they think. How should¬†village halls […]

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New management group

The new Management Group elected at the Annual general meeting on October 22nd 2016 are: Geoff Catterick , Chairperson, Rob Thomson, Vice Chairperson, Karen Wood, Secretary, Kate Mercer, Treasurer, David Morris, East Riding of Yorkshire Rural Partnership Rep, Pauline Davies, John Newlove, Hall Mark Lead, Anita Liley, Carole Johnson, Humber and Wolds Rural Community Council […]

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