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Oulton Village Hall exists as an amenity for anybody who wishes to use it. It can be hired for any reasonable purpose and at the moment is used for a variety of regular groups which include, folk dancing, table tennis, water colour painting classes, W I , scouts, parties, weddings and It is run and cared for by a dedicated team of volunteers who all live locally.
Also known as
- Village Hall
CCEW Charity number
£27,262 (on )
This organisation record is based on data from Registered charities in England and Wales published by Charity Commission for England and Wales.
This organisation has been classified using different categories:
International Classification of Non-profit and Third Sector Organizations (ICNP/TSO)
ICNP/TSO categories have been automatically assigned from a machine learning model, as part of the UK Charity Classification project.
Community and economic development activities
UK Charity Activity Tags
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AR» Visual arts
AR» Performing art
AS» Women's Institute
AS» Youth Groups
Charity and VCS support
FA» Village hall
General Charitable Purposes
Other Charitable Purposes
The General Public/mankind
Provides Buildings/facilities/open Space
|Year ending||Income (£)||Spending (£)|
(Registered as a charity)
|Income from government grants||19,495||19,967|
|Government grants as % of total income||71.5%||54.5%|
|Number of government grants||7||2|
View this organisation's grants on GrantNav.
|The National Lottery Community Fund||£9,967||Digital Connectivity within rural communities|