Recreation Survey August 2020
Many thanks to everyone who replied to the recent survey, with all their feedback and offers of help for the future. A summary of the findings is given below.
Health and Safety
Work is continuing in response to the recent fire safety risk assessment. The action plan is given at the end of the assessment report below, but groups interested in booking the facilities may still get in touch for a discussion via email@example.com
Please see below guidance and a form for making group bookings for the pavilion, outdoor courts or recreation ground. Government guidance can change at short notice – for example, indoor or outdoor gatherings of more than six people are banned from Monday 14th September, but there are different regulations for team sports. Please check the latest Government guidance before booking, though you can always contact the parish council to ask for advice.
Reopening the play areas
We are pleased to announce that following our risk assessment and consultation with parents, we have now opened the 2 playgrounds on the recreation ground.
For safety information please refer to the signs at the entrance to the play areas. A copy of those signs and of the play equipment safety report are posted below.
Papers for Recreation Ground meetings are currently posted on the Meetings page of this website.
Longhope Parish Council are now the sole corporate trustee of the Longhope Recreation Ground charity (Reg No. 301560), since the previous trustees relinquished their position on 12th March 2020. The paper below was prepared to inform the meeting on March 12th between the previous trustees and representatives of Longhope Parish Council, and there is also a statement from the Parish Council around the recent change.
New rules for the management of the Recreation Ground were agreed at a Trustee meeting on 20th April 2020.
Minutes of recent Trustee meetings are shown below:
The charity accounts for the past year are shown below:
Please see below a summary of Recreation Ground expenditure over the past five years by both the charity and the parish council