Information and advice for people who run community buildings, including village halls, community centres, social clubs, church halls and more. Call 01962 857358 or email us.

Introducing our Community Buildings Advice Service

If you are involved in running a village hall, community centre, or any kind of community building then we can help. Our Community Buildings Advice Service offers FREE guidance on a range of issues, such as:

Following a review of how we offer our services, your organisation will need to be a member of Action Hampshire in order to access our community buildings guidance. This will take effect from April but don’t worry because applying for membership is free and you can do it online.

For more details about the Advice Service and what kind of queries we can help with, just click here

Community Buildings Update

Our monthly Action News Update email contains important news and information for anyone involved in running a community building, as well as headline stories and news of what’s going on both locally and nationally. We also send out shorter email bulletins every fortnight purely focused on community buildings.

If you would like to receive these free updates, please just email us. We will continue to send Action News Update to anyone that would like to receive it but the Community Buildings Updates will only be available to Action Hampshire member organisations. Remember, applying for membership is free and simple.

Training

Action Hampshire organises regular training and briefing sessions for people involved in running community buildings. Details are here.

You can also see the latest news from Action Hampshire and information about local events.

What our contacts have recently told us …

“That was one of the best training sessions I’ve attended.”
(Sandi Naylor, trustee director of SEHCO, after a training session on the role and responsibilities of charity trustees)

“Since becoming a trustee of a Town Hall I have required advice from Kevin on many occasions regarding a variety of subjects. The forthcoming help has been friendly, swift and very useful. "
(Brian Bennett, Stockbridge Town Hall)

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