Currently we are looking for :
Trustees - be part of our managaement committee and help move the hall forward to its 100th year.
Trustee Roles and Responsibilities
Charity trustees are the people who share ultimate responsibility for governing a charity.
Their main duties are to:
This involves attending meetings and making decisions within those meetings. Gaskell Hall trustees are also expected to assist in some fundraising ventures and make an active contribution to the running of the hall.
To be a trustee you must be over 18 years of age. Some people are disqualified from being charity trustees because of reasons including bankruptcy, being on the Sex Offenders’ Register or having an unspent criminal conviction.
More details about the role of charity trustees and reasons for disqualification can be found in The Essential Trustee on the Charity Commission Website.
In addition to general trustee responsibilities, some trustees have specific roles on the committee. These positions are usually held for a period of 3-4 years.
Trustees with specified duties.:
Fundraiser / Events
This role could be split between two trustees, but the whole role is outlined below:
For further information about trustee roles and responsibilities, please email firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance.
Please email email@example.com for more infomation.
BOOKING DETAILS & COSTS
For Bookings contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Booking Form, Conditions and Costs CLICK HERE
Please check availability for either room or complete hall, then print off the form and send it to to confirm your booking.
The hall can provide many items to assist with your event , please see the extra facilitles below:
Gazebos with sides for additional outdoor space or for market stalls.
White Table Cloths - set of 12 small tables and 10 large tables.
Red and White Checkered Tablecloths
Set of dinner plates . Coffee Cups and Saucers.
Full set of cutlery for approx 80 people.
Beer pump and glass hire.
For hire costs please speak with the Bookings Secertary.