Sandleheath Village Hall is a small, local charity and welcomes donations at any time and of any amount.
Hall costs. We have to meet our annual overheads, such as insurance, utilities and management costs – some £3,500 per year. Contributions to our hall costs will be gratefully received.
Development. Sandleheath Village Hall was comprehensively refurbished between 2019 and 2021 and now offers a high standard of contemporary accommodation within a beautiful setting. However, the trustees seek to improve our facilities - improvements that once defined, must be funded. Currently, we are fundraising for a contemporary Audio-Visual System.
Our future plans include the provision of a new kitchen.
If you believe in our future and want our village hall to endure and develop, please consider contributing to our Village Hall Fundraising Appeal.
It’s easy to do:
By cheque or postal order. You can send us a cheque or postal order. Please make payable to Sandleheath Village Hall CIO and either mail it to our address below, or just pop it into our mailbox in the St. Aldhelm's porch. Please download and enclose a completed, printed Donation and Gift Aid Form. Please complete the Gift Aid part if you are eligible.
By standing order. If you wish to make a regular donation you can do this by setting up a standing order for payment direct to our account which is: Sandleheath Village Hall CIO, sort code 30-84-87, account no. 37500860. Please complete and send to us a Donation and Gift Aid Form (by email or post) when you make your first donation.
Online. You can donate online by making a transfer direct into our bank account. Bank details are as shown above. Again, please send us a Donation and Gift Aid Form the first time you do this.
Join our ‘200 Club’. Our 200 Club is a scheme of monthly giving that greatly benefits our village hall. It’s easy to join and whilst you’ll be donating valuably to our Fundraising Appeal, the Club gives you a chance to win some cash! Our ‘200 Club’ Page gives all the details.
On behalf of the trustees and our rural village community – very many thanks.