Latest News at Hargarve Hall
Spilt over three days in 3-hour shifts. Ideally Wednesday mornings, Friday evenings and either Sunday evening or early Monday morning.
We are looking for someone who has experience in office or community centre cleaning. Areas include communal areas, halls, toilets, and kitchen. Cleaning duties include:
- Sweeping, hoovering, polishing, and mopping
- Thoroughly clean touch points such as door handles and rails.
- Emptying and disinfecting bins
- You will be using antiviral / antibacterial / disinfectant / germicidal sprays
Requirements for the Cleaner role:
- Experience of deep and thorough cleaning
- Hardworking and be able to work on your own initiative
- Health and Safety knowledge
- A good attitude and strong work ethic
We are delighted to announce that we have started our phased reopening of our Community Centre.
From Monday 7th September some of our regular groups will be returning offering their wonderful weekly classes.
What’s happening at the hall click here
We have been working hard behind the scenes, undertaking a thorough deep clean, completing risk assessment in accordance with government guidelines. There are new safety measures, such sanitizer stations and a one-way system and our hall capacities have dramatically reduced. All to ensure that everyone can maintain the appropriate social distance. We have also expected a lot from our hirers; each has had to prepare their own risk assessment explaining how they will reorganise their groups and what measures they have put in place in case of any issues, then each groups documentation had to be approved by our board. All this was done with your safety in mind, whilst allowing everyone to experience a friendly, welcoming environment in our centre.
Over the next few weeks, subject to guidelines at the time, more groups will be returning filling our halls again with plenty of activities for you to enjoy.
If you are intending to join a group, please note that the government has outlined that the wearing of face masks is compulsory within enclosed public buildings, although there are exceptions in certain circumstances and you should liaise with your class organiser directly to see how the group will run.
We’re working hard to get the Community Centre ready to open by giving it a deep clean and making it COVID-19 safe.
The office remains closed, however, if you are interested in using our halls in the upcoming months you can now contact us by email at email@example.com.
We’ve been busy tidying up the garden with the help of our hard-working volunteers, and we can’t wait to start turning this unloved wasteland into something special for our community. If you want to get involved with the garden project from the very start keep an eye here and on our social media for more information coming very soon.
The 75th anniversary of VE-Day (Victory in Europe), marking the end of the Second World War in Europe, is being commemorated on Friday 8 May. There are several ways you can celebrate this momentous occasion and honour the men and women of WW2.
Join Islington VE Day celebrations online to discover what life was like back in Islington during WW2 in Islington Museum’s captivating photo exhibition.
Share photos of you and your family celebrating our national heroes, from the safety of your own home, with us @IslingtonLife #VEDay75.
Small, independent and local business are one of the things that makes Islington such a great place to live but shops, bars, restaurants and other businesses have been hit hard by the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19).
To help support them Islington has created a directory that lists businesses that are still operating in the borough. These businesses are operating safely and have been checked by Islington Council’s Environmental Health or Trading Standards teams. This may mean they are operating a takeaway-only service, delivering supplies to drop at your door, or operating a service online, or at a safe distance.
- Once you’ve opened the Directory, click ‘Show Layers’ on the left hand menu, then ‘COVID-19 Support – Shop Local’
- You can then search by ticking a category of business, which will display in the main body of the map.
If you need help do contact HNCC.
We’re all in this together!
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the advice from government we have decided to close and suspend activities at Hargrave Hall Community Centre with immediate effect. This will be until at least 30 April 2020. We will keep you updated here and on our social media channels when we can.
The health, safety and security of our customers, staff and those who visit us is, will always be our main priority.
Check out this all lovely film commissioned by Islington Council showing the range of activities taking place in community centres in the borough.
It includes the big band rehearsing and under 5’s messy play group at Hargrave Hall!
For more information about what is happening here click on our events calendar.
We would like to Welcome Music, Movement and Mindfulness to Hargrave Hall.
Every Thursday and Fridays in the lower hall.
Email now to recieve your free trial – Anjanarinne@gmail.com
We will be closed for the festive season from Friday 20th December until Tuesday 7th January 2020.
We wish all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy Hanukkah.
HARGRAVE HALL AGM
You are invited to our Annual General Meeting to hear about the changes and improvements we are making at the hall.
Wednesday 13th November 2019
Hargrave Hall, Hargrave Road, N19 5SP
7pm to 9pm
Join us and be part of the discussion on the future of the hall and how it will play a role within the local community.
Junction Ward Police Survey
Junction ward police are undertaking a survey asking people to voice their concerns about the local area. Your local team will use these results to inform their policing priorities, therefore we encourage all to take a few moments, click on the link below and complete.
FREE Improvisation Workshop
Wednesday 14th August
Hargrave Upper Hall, N19 5SP
9.30 to 10.30am
Suitable from aged 7 – 14 years
Book now via firstname.lastname@example.org