It should be noted that the car park at Barley Mow is part of the Barley Mow Village Hall property and as such is a PRIVATE car park. This car park is intended for staff and visitors to the hall. If space permits it may be used by visitors to adjacent services such as the Pub and Hairdressers, however long term parking for any other reason is PROHIBITED unless said vehicle and owner has written permission to do so by the Hall. This policy has been necessary due to a number of people using the car park for very long term parking without permission. By Law, the only legal redress we can have in this regard is to ensure the car park is affiliated with a car park company belonging to the National Car Parks Association who are legally able to issue and collect fines to anyone parking in our car park outside the above permissions. Long term parking is defined as “in excess of 24 hours”. Should infringement occur a warning notice will be affixed to the vehicle windscreen and if the vehicle is not moved within 24 hours of the date and time of said notice, a fine will be issued. This policy has been adopted to protect access for our regular users and members of the community.
Blood Donor dates and times
All dates on a Thursday
September 8th & 15th
AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING THE BARLEY MOW VILLAGE HALL 50TH ANNIVERSARY MINI-DOCUMENTARY!
WE NEED YOU TO PLAY YOUR PART SO PLEASE HELP US OUT!
Lots and lots of folks have indicated they would like to be involved in this mini-documentary to tell their stories, share their memories and photographs of their time here at Barley Mow Village Hall. If you would like to be part of this important milestone in our history then please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org The team of students creating the documentry from Gateshead College Media Department will be at Barley Mow Village Hall on a number of days between 1.00pm and 4.00pm. They would love to see as many of you as possible. Dates/ times will be arranged for the forthcoming few weeks so there will be other opportunities. We're also working on some ways in which those that cannot get here can make a contribution too.
This documentary will only be as good as the information and contributions folks are willing to make. So please make your contribution.