At the heart of Mellor, the village hall provides high quality and affordable social and sports facilities for local communities.

The facility has various rooms suitable for meetings or study groups with one room next to the kitchen, ideal for meetings if lunch is required.

The main hall is large enough to hold various events, from village shows to dances or evenings of entertainment as well as various sports from taekwondo to badminton. 

IMPORTANT: The main sports hall and the downstairs meeting room have now re-opened!

To book the hall contact Janine on 07561 538314 

If you would like to make a donation to support the upkeep of the village hall, and the new free to use sport/tennis courts 

please follow the link www.justgiving.com and type in Mellor Community Association.

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Building Works

The first phase development comprising a new entrance at the emergency exit to the main hall was completed in April 2018 and has made a substantial difference to the hall with better access and improved daylight. Funding was granted from the LEF with additional improvements to bring the Village Hall up to present day Disabled Access and Public Health legislation.Design drawings of the proposals can be seen in the Village Hall on the Notice Board. 

On the 6th April 2019 the Association Treasurer Janine Foster performed the cutting of the ribbon to re-open the refurbished lower ground floor of Mellor Village Hall, with local residents looking on.

 

The Main Hall and Lower Ground floor of the Village Hall has received substantial repair and improvement. Gone is the parquet block floor, which was loose and becoming a health and safety risk, and gone is the warm air gas blow heater, that when on made talking/instructing impossible. The lower ground floor now has a semi sprung multi-use floor incorporating under-floor heating, served by two Air Source Heat Pumps. The works were financed by several grants:

 

  • Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation

  • Garfield Weston Foundation

  • Lancashire Environmental Fund

  • Mellor Connections

  • Ribble Valley Borough Council

  • Sport England

  • Tesco Bags

The committee are extremely grateful to all contributing bodies that generously funded these works.

 

Contractors who completed the works:

  • Audley Electrical Contractors

  • Barrymore Maintenance

  • Courtcraft

  • Energy Centre

The committee wish to thank the contractors for successfully completing this complicated project on time and to such a high standard.

 

 

Remember the first Saturday of each month the pop up cafe is open from 9.30 to 1.00 :-  serving tea, fresh coffee, bacon and sausage sandwiches, home made soup and a selection of home made cakes.

Regards,    

The Mellor Community Association.

Events for 2019 and a reminder of what you might have missed.

 

Saturday 4th May 2019

Balderstone Brass Band brings you Music from the Movies! Starts 7:00 pm in the main hall. Minimum suggested donations of £5, with half of proceeds going to East Lancs Hospice.

 

 

Sunday 1st September Mellor Village Show

Categories: photography, crafts, home produce, flowers, plants and vegetables etc.

see www.facebook.com. Mellorvillageshow

 

MELLOR  VILLAGE  SHOW  VILLAGE HALL, MELLOR

 

SUNDAY, 1st SEPTEMBER 2019 

 

      

 

 

 

Christmas concert 2019 date to be confirmed 

Christmas Concert with Balderstone Brass Band

Times to be confirmed.

Sing along to a selection of favourite carols and songs

Pop-up Cafe serving tea/coffee and home made mince pies

 


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Summer 2019 - Date to be confirmed

 

A Proms concert, with the Balderstone Brass Band.

 

                              

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

 

 

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On the 6th April the Association Treasurer Janine Foster performed the cutting of the ribbon to re-open the refurbished lower ground floor of Mellor Village Hall, with local residents looking on.

 

The Main Hall and Lower Ground floor of the Village Hall has received substantial repair and improvement. Gone is the parquet block floor, which was loose and becoming a health and safety risk, and gone is the warm air gas blow heater, that when on made talking/instructing impossible. The lower ground floor now has a semi sprung multi-use floor incorporating under-floor heating, served by two Air Source Heat Pumps. The works were financed by several grants:

 

  • Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation

  • Garfield Weston Foundation

  • Lancashire Environmental Fund

  • Mellor Connections

  • Ribble Valley Borough Council

  • Sport England

  • Tesco Bags

 

The committee are extremely grateful to all contributing bodies that generously funded these works.

 

Contractors who completed the works:

  • Audley Electrical Contractors

  • Barrymore Maintenance

  • Courtcraft

  • Energy Centre

 

The committee wish to thank the contractors for successfully completing this complicated project on time and to such a high standard.