Hucknall Beer Festival Update – Event postponed until July

2022 Hucknall Beer Festival Update - event postponement until July With great sadness we advise that the 2022 Hucknall Beer Festival will not take place in February as it normally does. The event was planned for the weekend of the 10th-13th February 2022 however, having continued to monitor news and updates relating to COVID-19, the planning group feel there are too many uncertainties and risks at the current time to go ahead in the new year. Instead the event will be postponed until the summer. Hucknall Beer Festival is a fundraising activity for The John Godber ...

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PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

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10am, 16th October, Portland Room, John Godber Centre. Public meeting regarding proposals for 3,000 new homes on Hucknall green belt land. The John Godber Centre is not a Tardis or soap opera house. Our inside or capacity sadly can't increase as and when we'd like it to and our Portland Room space has a maximum capacity (for fire safety), which is significantly less than the current online petition. Organisers for Saturday's public meeting are aware of this and have plans in place to manage entry and capacity to ensure the event runs safely. Please be respec...

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Look – we’re in the news

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Have you heard of new local news website, Hucknall Nub News? It's a brand new news website featuring stories and the latest news from around Hucknall, which aims to help support and promote everything that's great about our town. What's more, the John Godber Centre has been featured by local columnist Tom Surgay - check out the story of our time throughout the pandemic and how we've met the challenges of Covid-19 and its impact on our business of supporting the community of Hucknall. Click here to read the feature...

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Updated Covid-19 Risk Assessment May 21

Updated John Godber Centre Covid-19 Risk Assessment 10.00am 18.05.21 For your information, and reassurance that we are undertaking all that we can and must, to protect users and staff, please find attached the John Godber Centre Covid-19 Risk Assessment. In compiling this document, the Government’s guidance for multipurpose community venues has been used alongside information from ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England) and Church of England’s guidance (as the Church Hall) Guidance for other industries (hospitality, visitor and heritage sites, offices and ...

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Updated Covid-19 Risk Assessment April 21

Updated John Godber Centre Covid-19 Risk Assessment 10.00am 12.04.21 For your information, and reassurance that we are undertaking all that we can and must, to protect users and staff, please find attached the John Godber Centre Covid-19 Risk Assessment. In compiling this document, the Government’s guidance for multipurpose community venues has been used alongside information from ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England) and Church of England’s guidance (as the Church Hall) Guidance for other industries (hospitality, visitor and heritage sites, offices and ...

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Vacancy – Centre Duty Manager

VACANCY AT THE JOHN GODBER CENTRE As Covid-19 Restrictions are relaxed and the Government's Roadmap implemented, the John Godber Centre is looking to recruit a Duty Manager - applications are now invited. Click here for more details and how to apply, on our vacancies page.

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Updated Covid-19 Risk Assessment Jan 21

Updated John Godber Centre Covid-19 Risk Assessment 05.01.21 For your information, and reassurance that we are undertaking all that we can and must, to protect users and staff, please find attached the John Godber Centre Covid-19 Risk Assessment. In compiling this document, the Government’s guidance for multipurpose community venues has been used alongside information from ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England) and Church of England’s guidance (as the Church Hall) Guidance for other industries (hospitality, visitor and heritage sites, offices and ...

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Our Christmas 2020 Opening Hours

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Here are details of John Godber Centre Christmas and New Year opening hours: The Centre will close the afternoon of Monday 21st December 2020 until 8.30am on Monday 4th January 2021 but will be open for the following – Wednesday 23rd for Slimming World (8.00am-10.30am and 3pm-3.30pm) and Zumbini (10.15 and 11.15) Wednesday the 30th (8.30am-10.30am and 3pm-3.30pm) and Saturday 2nd January (times TBC) for Slimming World. Thank you to all Centre users, your patience and loyalty during this difficult year has been much appreciated. We look forward to welcoming you and ...

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We’re Good To Go – at the John Godber Centre

The John Godber Centre has successfully applied for the “We’re Good to Go” Industry Standard accreditation from Visit England. “We’re Good To Go” is the official UK mark to signal that a tourism and hospitality business has worked hard to follow Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines and has a Risk Assessment and processes in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing. The industry standard is a way of letting customers know which businesses have made necessary changes to their day-to-day workings, including social distancing measures ...

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Publication of our Covid-19 Risk Assessment

John Godber Centre Covid-19 Risk Assessment For your information, and reassurance that we are undertaking all that we can and must, to protect users and staff, please find attached the John Godber Centre Covid-19 Risk Assessment. In compiling this document, the Government’s guidance for multipurpose community venues has been used alongside information from ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England) and Church of England’s guidance (as the Church Hall) Guidance for other industries (hospitality, visitor and heritage sites, offices and workplaces) have also ...

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