AMENITIES

THE EXCHANGE - phone box

The phone box down The Green in Runhall has been lovingly cleaned, painted and converted into a village exchange and information centre. The idea is that small items can be donated and/or taken away with no money changing hands. There is also a notice board for those wanting to advertise goods and services. Outside is a table made from eco bottles and recycled wood along with recycled apple boxes being used as planters.

             

WELBORNE VILLAGE HALL

 

The hall, formerly the old School house, is a mid 19th century building which is now grade II listed due to its architectural and historical significance to the village and surrounding area.

The Hall is the focal point for village activities and hosts a range of different social events throughout the year.  The Hall operates as a registered charity (No 1086.384) and is managed by a committee of Trustees.

 

Further information regarding this great asset in our Parish is available here: 

 

 

 

 

RUNHALL ALLOTMENTS (Recreation Ground)

Runhall Recreation Ground is a parcel of land containing 3 acres or thereabouts which is let as individual plots (approx quarter of an acre) on a 364 day tenancy as allotments in Runhall.

The recreation ground is a registered charity (no 244796) administered by trustees.

 

Contact details to obtain further information is available here; 

 

 

 

RUNHALL PLAY AREA

 

Runhall Play area is a lovely sheltered, safe play area within  the village of Runhall.  We have multiplay equipment, swings including toddler swings, a willow tunnel, a full size goal, a Petanque court and plenty of open space.  We also have  picnic benches for picnics or just a rest whilst taking a stroll in the countryside.   The playarea is run by a small group of volunteers and relies on fundraising to keep this lovely and much needed area to remain open.

For more information please contact;

Rachel 07916 127249 or Clare 07873 233393

 

Brandon Parva, Coston, Runhall & Welborne Parish Council  | Bev Long (clerk) - 01362 850162 | clerk@bpcrwparishcouncil.info