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Please note we have a vacancy for a Nutfield Village Hall Co-ordinator
The Village Hall is looking for an enthusiastic, flexible and reliable person to take on the role of Village Hall Co-ordinator to assist us with the smooth running of the Hall. This is an interesting and flexible role with a varying workload, and provides an opportunity to help manage, look after and develop a valuable community asset. The Co-ordinator is an essential part of the Hall Team and is supported by the Trustees/Management Committee.
The Village Hall hosts a wide variety of groups and events, from regular users who visit the Hall weekly, to one-off hirers who hold parties and other events at the Hall. The Village Hall Co-ordinator is a key individual in ensuring the smooth and effective running of the Hall. The role offers a great deal of flexibility in managing your time, and would suit a motivated and organised person used to working on their own initiative. You will work closely with the Management Committee, and report to them regularly – there will be a need for an occasional evening meeting.
Duties are very varied and include overseeing the day to day running of the village hall and being the first point of contact for all maters arising with the hall – including overseeing the website and social media account. You will maintain the NVHL accounting records, along with making and receiving payments/invoices, so knowledge of Excel and Word packages are a must.
Other duties include general administration support, running monthly checks on several pieces of equipment, arranging utilities services on an annual basis and sourcing items as and when is required.
We are seeking a team player who is experienced in dealing with the public in person, by phone or in writing. A working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook is considered essential.
The job is home based but will require site visits to the hall – someone local to the hall would be ideal.
The job is offered is a part-time position (up to 10 hours per week). Additional hours may be available on an occasional basis. The pay rate will be £10 per hour and the position is available immediately.
For further details and to apply, please contact or send your CV and a covering letter to: Nicky Chiswick (the Clerk) to Nutfield Parish Council – parishclerk@nutfieldpc.com. Closing date: 5pm Thursday 20th May 2021. Interviews likely to take place later part of week commencing 24th May.
Nutfield parish Council confirms its commitment to equality of opportunity in all areas of its work.

Please note our meeting are to go back to face to face in June – more details to follow.

Nutfield Parish Council during Covid19 – update

The parish council are still following the updated government guidelines at all times for our facilities which we run, which include the cemetery, the allotments, the basketball courts and the playground at the Memorial field.

Our cemetery temporary rules can be found here – this link https://www.nutfieldpc.com/nutfield-cemetery-temporary-measures

The Parish Council have received a small grant from Tandridge District council for those parishioners who are struggling to afford food and other essentials due to COVID-19. The Parish Council can provide food vouchers or non-food items which as medicines, sanitary items, toiletries, school uniform. Please contact the parish clerk for more information. All details will be kept confidential.

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Here you can find information about both the parish of Nutfield and its Parish Council.

Nutfield is one of the eastern parishes in Surrey and lies between Redhill to the west and Godstone to the east on the A25. Part of the parish is contained within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

There are 3 distinct areas within the parish. Nutfield Marsh is located to the north of the A25, the old village of Nutfield is situated on the ridge of the Greensand way and South Nutfield lies to the south, down from the ridge.

Some of the Views from our Village

Cemetery Parish Church at night Allotments Woodland Burial Photo of Cemetery Man working in allotments Priory GC

About the Parish

Nutfield is an attractive rural village in East Surrey, surrounded by Green Belt fields and woodlands and situated on the Greensand Way, with Nutfield Marsh to the north and South Nutfield due south.

The village has two Churches (one with a hall available to the community), a separate Village Hall, two Recreation Grounds and a well-run lively local shop. The population of 2,728 was recorded in the 2001 Census and this will have increased over the last 11 years.

Situated close enough to Redhill to have the benefits of the town’s amenities, it retains its character and offers all the pleasures of country living. Whilst close to Gatwick and the Eurostar stations at Ebbsfleet and Ashford, most notable is the village’s direct connection to London Bridge and Victoria train stations, which makes it popular with estate agents and commuters alike. Local M25 junctions are at Godstone and Reigate.

Nutfield is a lively village with many community activities, Societies and Clubs covering a wide range of interests and ages that range from a Football Club to a History Society. All these are listed here in our community links page. Of particular pride are two Recreation Grounds, two Cricket Clubs with their own playing fields. Also a large Allotments area. Unusually the Parish Council runs a Woodland Burial Ground alongside its Cemetery. The site is non-profit making and surpluses are used for the benefit of the community.

The village is served by a dedicated local primary school and pre-school playgroups. Within striking distance of the community are a water recreation park and several golf courses.

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