Entry to the Village Hall and Annexe
- The entire hall is locked and alarmed outside of hire periods. Access before and after the agreed booking time is not
- The front door entrance is a card system. Simply present your card to the black area above the handle and a green light will flash to show that the door can be opened
- The door needs to be easily opened from the inside at all times to comply with fire regulations
- The door has an additional ‘dead lock’ fitted. If you are issued with a key, please be aware that this lock should not be used when there are people in the hall as this contravenes fire regulations
- Please do not pierce the cards – any alteration to the card will stop it working
- The annexe is currently closed for public use.
PLEASE READ THE HEALTH AND SAFETY NOTICE IN ADVANCE OF THE DAY.
PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW THE SPECIAL COVID-19 CONDITIONS OF HIRE.
IF YOU HAVE ANY ISSUES ON THE DAY, PLEASE CALL IN ORDER OF PRIORITY:
- WENDY BOOTH – 07584 286 378
- LESLEY COATES – 07598 336 057
- NATALIE BURROWS – 07775 320 568
- ROB TUCKER – 07555 252 387
- KERRY DUFFIN – 07741 877 870
Health and Safety Information for Visitors and Contractors to Lymm Village Hall
- Fire exits are the entrances to the annexe, hall and by the kitchen – please familiarise yourself with these exits
- If you discover a fire, break the nearest call point and immediately leave the building by the nearest exit and go to the Assembly Point (in the car park in front of the building)
- Call 999 and then a member of the Parish Council emergency contacts
- If you hear the fire alarm, proceed to the Assembly Point as above
- If you need first aid during your visit there is a first aid box in the cupboard in the kitchen and accident book to complete. If you complete the accident book, please inform a member of the Parish Council team as soon as possible
- Children must not be left unattended at any time on the premises
- Please let us know if you have any security concerns
- Do not leave your possessions unattended
- Smoking is prohibited throughout our premises
- Only Council staff are permitted to alter the heating and fire safety systems
- All landfill rubbish must be placed in the large red bin in the carpark and recycling in the small blue wheelie bin. Excess bags must be removed from the premises and must not be left next to the bins.
HELP KEEP THIS HALL COVID-19 SECURE
- You must not enter if you or anyone in your household has COVID-19 symptoms or resides in an area in lockdown.
- If you develop COVID-19 symptoms within 48 hours of visiting these premises alert NHS Test and Trace. Alert the hall administrator, Wendy Booth on 07584 286378 and alert the organiser of the activity you attended. You must seek a COVID-19 antigen test.
- Maintain 2 metres social distancing as far as possible: Wait behind the marked lines as you go through the entrance hall to your activity and observe the one-way system marked.
- Use the hand sanitiser provided on entering and leaving the premises. Clean your hands often. Soap and paper towels are provided.
- Avoid touching your face, nose, or eyes. Clean your hands if you do.
- Face coverings MUST be worn unless an exemption applies to a person (eg for health reasons, those aged under 11) or a person has a reasonable excuse not to wear a face covering (eg when taking part in an activity to which an exemption applies). This is a legal requirement.
- “Catch it, Bin it, Kill it”. Tissues should be disposed of into one of the rubbish bags provided. Then wash your hands.
- Check the organisers of your activity have cleaned door handles, tables, other equipment, sinks and surfaces before you arrived. Keep them clean. Lymm Parish Council cannot clean all surfaces at the hall between each hire.
- Take turns to use confined spaces such as the foyer, kitchen and toilet areas. Standing or sitting next to someone is lower risk than opposite them. Briefly passing another person in a confined space is low risk.
- Keep the hall well ventilated. Close doors and windows on leaving.
- Wash your clothes when you get home to reduce risk of transmission.