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GIFT AID

Gift   Aid   is   a   scheme   which   allows   us   to   reclaim   the   tax   that   you   have   already paid   on   your   donations   to   Crondall   Village   Hall   –   making   your   donations worth more at no cost to you or us. So   for   every   pound   that   you   give,   we   receive   25   pence   extra   from   the   Inland Revenue. This   means   that   if   you   give   us   £10,   we   get   £2.50   from   HMRC   making   it £12.50. We   can   only   claim   gift   aid   on   your   donations   if   you   pay   at   least   the   basic   rate of   income   or   capital   gains   tax   in   the   UK.   You   must   ensure   that   you   pay   an amount    of    tax,    in    a    year,    equal    or    greater    than    the    amount    of    tax    that Crondall   Village   Hall   will   be   able   to   reclaim   on   your   donation   (25p   currently, for every £1 donated). If   you   are   not   a   UK   taxpayer   your   gifts   will   not   be   eligible   for   gift   aid.   If   you have any questions concerning gift aid, please get in touch.

TOTAL GIVING

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CRONDALL VILLAGE HALL
DEAR RESIDENTS OF CRONDALL AND ALL HIRERS OF CRONDALL VILLAGE HALL Our Village Hall continues to be used by many residents and neighbours from the surrounding district. We have managed to operate with a surplus allowing us to build up a small reserve fund over recent years. As we operate under Charity regulations we need to invest our income into services provided. Earlier this year we completely refitted the toilets from our own resources. We then applied for planning permission to extend the hall all the way along the right-hand side when viewed from the front. This has been granted enabling us to implement the following: Extend and modernise the kitchen to facilitate catering for weddings and large events.  Add an office much needed by the committee.  Add storage facilities, enabling regular hirers to consider keeping their equipment at the hall and to release the existing room used for storage to be used by visiting acts as a changing or holding room Add double glazing to the front of the building facing Hook Meadow Upgrade our heating and lighting systems The cost of the project will be close to £150,000. We will contribute £25,000 from our own funds and apply for grants but these will need to be matched from village sources which leaves us needing to raise at least £50,000 by December 2017 We would ask you consider donating whatever you can afford to assist us to reach the target. Another perhaps more fun way would be for you to organise a fund-raising event for this  project and then we will offer the hall at a special rate. We have set up this donation page to assist you especially if you use on-line banking.  We will be happy to accept cash, cheques made out to CRONDALL VILLAGE HALL or online payments to 30-93-20 00091778 mentioning Ref. BF DON2017. We have approval for gift aid to maximise funds received.  Declaration forms can be downloaded from our website or picked up from the hall. We realise that budgets are tight these days and there are many causes needing your support but this is a chance to invest in the Hall for present and future generations benefit.  As you can imagine, it is going to take a lot of work, time, effort and money to get  this project up and running, so we can’t do this without your help.  Like all community groups there are many ways that you can get involved, and one of the biggest and most important is to ‘be there’ –  be there to help support us and offer ideas on how to make the project a reality.
OUR STORY THE PREVIOUS CRONDALL VILLAGE HALL Crondall Village Hall was sited where the Brandon Bungalows now are at the junction of Croft Lane and Glebe Road. It   was   an   ex-Army   Hut   which   had   been   used   during   the   1914   -18   War   and   was   given   to   the   village   by   Mr.   and   Mrs.   A.   J.   Brandon   of   Redfields in   September   1922   “to   commemorate   their   long   association   with   the   village”   and   in   memory   of   their   son,   Chester,   who   was   killed   during the Great War. The   Brandons   bought   the   land   and   paid   for   the   construction   of   the   building   and   then   handed   it   over   on   December   1st   1923   to   3   Trustees to administer the building, they being Arthur John Brandon, Claud Ronald Anson and Herbert Northcroft Butler. During the 1939-45 War the Hall taken over by the Military and used as a canteen. It continued to be put to good use by the people of Crondall despite becoming to expensive to maintain. By   1960   it   became   obvious   that   a   new   form   of   Management   was   needed   and   in   1961   a   new   Trust   was   formed   which   continues   to   operate. Each   year   8   Trustees   are   appointed   at   the   AGM   to   serve   for   one   year.   In   addition   each   organization   in   the   Village   is   entitled   to   appoint   a representative   to   serve   on   the   Management   committee.   So   it   may   truly   be   said   that   the   Trust   is   organized   by   the   village   for   the   benefit   of the Village. By   1970   the   building   was   creaking   badly   and   the   Committee   decided   that   it   would   be   sensible   to   demolish   the   building   and   sell   the   site. Another   site   had   to   be   found   as   it   was   not   possible   to   erect   a   new   building   and   provide   a   car   park   sufficient   for   the   needs   of   the   users   of the site and to comply with Planning Regulations. The   committee   was   able   to   take   this   course   action   as   agreement   had   been   reached   with   the   Parish   Council   that   it   would   lease   a   piece   of Hook Meadow for a site for a new hall and car park. In   1970   a   number   of   young   men   demolished   the   building   and   disposed   of   the   wood.   The   land   was   then   sold   to   Hartley   Wintney   Rural District Council for what now is the Brandon Bungalows. Various plans for the new Hall had been produced and had to be abandoned because of rising costs and lack of grants. However,   in   1975   a   start   was   made,   the   framework   of   the   Atcost   building   was   erected,   further   work   was   then   completed   such   as   brick walls,   windows,   doors   and   laying   the   concrete   floor   was   done   later   that   year.   When   this   was   completed   the   then   committee   had   exhausted nearly all its funds. In   1992   a   planning   application   to   extend   the   front   entrance,   extensions   to   the   committee   room   and   to   build   what   is   now   used   a   store   facing Hook Meadow. The Parish Council also gave the Freehold of the land to the Hall to release some funding to help with construction costs. NB: If anyone has any pictures of the old hall we would very much like to see and perhaps copy them.        Phone Sheila on 01252 850787

OUR NEW EXTENSION PLANS

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SITE ADDRESS Crondall Village Hall Croft Lane Crondall GU10 5QG
TO HIRE CONTACT e: crondallvillagehall@gmail.com f: 01234 000001 Crondall Village Hall 6 Glebe Road Crondall GU10 5PJ
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TO HIRE CONTACT e: rondallvillagehall@gmail.com f: 07810 837 337
Crondall Village Hall 2016                         Charity No. 301795 
OFFICE 6 Glebe Road Crondall Farnham GU10 5PJ
SITE ADDRESS Croft Lane Crondall Hampshire GU10 5QG

GIFT AID

Gift   Aid   is   a   scheme   which   allows   us   to   reclaim the    tax    that    you    have    already    paid    on    your donations   to   Crondall   Village   Hall   –   making   your donations worth more at no cost to you or us. So   for   every   pound   that   you   give,   we   receive   25 pence extra from the Inland Revenue. This   means   that   if   you   give   us   £10,   we   get   £2.50 from HMRC making it £12.50. We   can   only   claim   gift   aid   on   your   donations   if you    pay    at    least    the    basic    rate    of    income    or capital   gains   tax   in   the   UK.   You   must   ensure   that you   pay   an   amount   of   tax,   in   a   year,   equal   or greater    than    the    amount    of    tax    that    Crondall Village    Hall    will    be    able    to    reclaim    on    your donation (25p currently, for every £1 donated). If   you   are   not   a   UK   taxpayer   your   gifts   will   not   be eligible    for    gift    aid.    If    you    have    any    questions concerning gift aid, please get in touch.

TOTAL GIVING

TotalGiving™   is   a   revolutionary   new   way   to   give   to charitable    causes,    where    the    funds    raised    are transferred      directly      to      the      charity.      Create fundraising   pages,   donate   directly,   claim   gift   aid and much much more. Donations are paid directly to the charity One-off donations Recurring regular donations Donations in multiple currencies Gift aid on donations Instant "thank you" to the donor Instant alerts to the charity 100% secure donation process
CRONDALL VILLAGE HALL
DEAR RESIDENTS OF CRONDALL AND ALL HIRERS OF CRONDALL VILLAGE HALL Our Village Hall continues to be used by many residents and neighbours from the surrounding district. We have managed to operate with a surplus allowing us to build up a small reserve fund over recent years. As we operate under Charity regulations we need to invest our income into services provided. Earlier this year we completely refitted the toilets from our own resources. We then applied for planning permission to extend the hall all the way along the right- hand side when viewed from the front. This has been granted enabling us to implement the following: Extend and modernise the kitchen to facilitate catering for weddings and large events.  Add an office much needed by the committee.  Add storage facilities, enabling regular hirers to consider keeping their equipment at the hall and to release the existing room used for storage to be used by visiting acts as a changing or holding room Add double glazing to the front of the building facing Hook Meadow Upgrade our heating and lighting systems The cost of the project will be close to £150,000. We will contribute £25,000 from our own funds and apply for grants but these will need to be matched from village sources which leaves us needing to raise at least £50,000 by December 2017 We would ask you consider donating whatever you can afford to assist us to reach the target. Another perhaps more fun way would be for you to organise a fund-raising event for this  project and then we will offer the hall at a special rate. We have set up this donation page to assist you especially if you use on-line banking.  We will be happy to accept cash, cheques made out to CRONDALL VILLAGE HALL or online payments to 30-93-20 00091778 mentioning Ref. BF DON2017. We have approval for gift aid to maximise funds received.  Declaration forms can be downloaded from our website or picked up from the hall. We realise that budgets are tight these days and there are many causes needing your support but this is a chance to invest in the Hall for present and future generations benefit.  As you can imagine, it is going to take a lot of work, time, effort and money to get  this project up and running, so we can’t do this without your help.  Like all community groups there are many ways that you can get involved, and one of the biggest and most important is to ‘be there’ –  be there to help support us and offer ideas on how to make the project a reality.
OUR STORY THE PREVIOUS CRONDALL VILLAGE HALL Crondall   Village   Hall   was   sited   where   the Brandon     Bungalows     now     are     at     the junction of Croft Lane and Glebe Road. It    was    an    ex-Army    Hut    which    had    been used    during    the    1914    -18    War    and    was given   to   the   village   by   Mr.   and   Mrs.   A.   J. Brandon   of   Redfields   in   September   1922 “to    commemorate    their    long    association with   the   village”   and   in   memory   of   their son,    Chester,    who    was    killed    during    the Great War. The   Brandons   bought   the   land   and   paid for    the    construction    of    the    building    and then    handed    it    over    on    December    1st 1923    to    3    Trustees    to    administer    the building,   they   being   Arthur   John   Brandon, Claud       Ronald       Anson       and       Herbert Northcroft Butler. During    the    1939-45    War    the    Hall    taken over by the Military and used as a canteen. It   continued   to   be   put   to   good   use   by   the people    of    Crondall    despite    becoming    to expensive to maintain. By    1960    it    became    obvious    that    a    new form   of   Management   was   needed   and   in 1961     a     new     Trust     was     formed     which continues   to   operate.   Each   year   8   Trustees are   appointed   at   the   AGM   to   serve   for   one year.   In   addition   each   organization   in   the Village       is       entitled       to       appoint       a representative        to        serve        on        the Management   committee.   So   it   may   truly be   said   that   the   Trust   is   organized   by   the village for the benefit of the Village. By   1970   the   building   was   creaking   badly and   the   Committee   decided   that   it   would be   sensible   to   demolish   the   building   and sell   the   site.   Another   site   had   to   be   found as    it    was    not    possible    to    erect    a    new building   and   provide   a   car   park   sufficient for   the   needs   of   the   users   of   the   site   and to comply with Planning Regulations. The     committee     was     able     to     take     this course    action    as    agreement    had    been reached    with    the    Parish    Council    that    it would   lease   a   piece   of   Hook   Meadow   for   a site for a new hall and car park. In      1970      a      number      of      young      men demolished   the   building   and   disposed   of the    wood.    The    land    was    then    sold    to Hartley   Wintney   Rural   District   Council   for what now is the Brandon Bungalows. Various   plans   for   the   new   Hall   had   been produced     and     had     to     be     abandoned because of rising costs and lack of grants. However,   in   1975   a   start   was   made,   the framework    of    the    Atcost    building    was erected,   further   work   was   then   completed such   as   brick   walls,   windows,   doors   and laying   the   concrete   floor   was   done   later that   year.   When   this   was   completed   the then   committee   had   exhausted   nearly   all its funds. In   1992   a   planning   application   to   extend the     front     entrance,     extensions     to     the committee   room   and   to   build   what   is   now used    a    store    facing    Hook    Meadow.    The Parish   Council   also   gave   the   Freehold   of the    land    to    the    Hall    to    release    some funding to help with construction costs. NB:   If   anyone   has   any   pictures   of   the   old hall   we   would   very   much   like   to   see   and perhaps copy them.        Phone Sheila on 01252 850787

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OUR NEW EXTENSION

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