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Remenham Parish
Remenham Parish

Parish Hall - Welcome

Remenham Parish Hall was given to the parishioners of Remenham by Viscount Hambleden in 1913.  It is a traditional brick and flint building and was fully restored and refurbished in 2008.   The hall is situated in a quiet lane behind the Church and within 100 metres of the River and the Royal Regatta reach.  There is full disabled access to the Hall and all its facilities.  Wi-fi was recently installed.

The hall is set in a large walled garden with parking facilities and is the perfect setting for weddings, children’s parties up to age 12, meetings, classes, shows, lunches, suppers, family gatherings, etc.

Contact:  remenhamhall@remenhamparish.org.uk

Remenham Village Defribrillator

Our village defibrillator is fixed on the front wall of the Parish Hall Store facing the lane.  The instructions on the casing are to phone 999, ask for Ambulance, tell them where you are as detailed on bottom right hand side of the defibrillator, i.e. “Remenham Parish Hall, RG9 3DB”and they will give a code to open the box.  Lift out the defibrillator if needed to take elsewhere.  The Ambulance people will talk through the instructions until help arrives.

Latest News from the Parish Hall - February 2019

Hall bookings:  We continue to receive enquiries for use of the hall throughout the year and have one wedding reception booked in the diary for August and have had  other enquiries for later this year and into 2020.  We are now attracting family gatherings, some from as far away as St Albans and Swindon!  We have numerous children’s parties, dog training sessions four times each week, Sunday Yoga Retreat days and the Henley Arts and Crafts Guild hold classes throughout the year.

 

Do pass on the information for bookings to all and scroll through our pages for more details.  Your contact is Pat Sly at remenhamhall@remenhamparish.org.uk 

 

We have so far not seen the Midsomer Murders filmed in 2017 at some properties in Remenham and in the Parish Hall, although they have already been screened in the United States.  Look out on ITV for Episodes 1 and 4 in Series 20.

 

We would be pleased to receive more donations of shrubs (in pots) to bring colour and interest to the garden.  Please contact Pat Sly: remenhamhall@remenhamparish.org.uk

 

­Forthcoming Events 

Friday, 12 April          7.30  for 8.00pm         Creating a Garden for the Chelsea Flower

                                                                               Show – Talk with slides

Sat 1 September         2.30pm                       Summer Fete

Fri 4 October             evening                       Harvest Supper              

Sat 26 Oct                  evening                        A Quiz Night

 

We are always looking for new ideas for events and would welcome suggestions from parishioners, possibly for something different, please, send Pat Sly at remenhamhall@remenhamparish.org.uk

 

The Parish Hall Committee

Following his appointment as Rector of the Joint Diocese of St Mary’s, Henley, and St Nicholas, Remenham, Rev Jeremy Tayler has taken over as Chairman.  Members:   Nigel Gray (Treasurer),  Vacancy (Secretary*),  Liz Cope, Charlotte Every, Jayne Gray, Allan Henderson, Sue Laing, Helen Rosier and Pat Sly. 

 

*We currently have a vacancy for a Secretary.  If you are interested in this position, please contact remenhamhall@remenhamparish.org.uk

 

River levels webcam

Church Services

SERVICES IN SEPTEMBER 2019

 

Sunday 29 September – Harvest Festival

11.15am sung Holy Communion with hymns (BCP)

Website Statistics

August 2019

2,329 unique visitors

5,917 pages viewed

 

Total for 2018

12,954 unique visitors 

48,218 pages viewed

 

Total for 2017

11,363 unique visitors 

35,942 pages viewed

 

Total for 2016 

10,546 unique visitors

30,430 pages viewed

Remenham Footpath Maps

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