January 24, 2020

We have seen a rise in the number of community buildings fitting defibrillators at their premises. Such devices play a vital role in helping save lives and are a real community asset.

Such devices give a high energy electric shock to the heart through the chest wall to...

January 23, 2020

On yesterday's post we wrote about the licensing requirements for Village Halls and community buildings. One activity we are seeing more often with our halls are film screenings. With some rural communities facing a lengthy journey to their local multiplex a Community...

January 22, 2020

We attend a number of Village Hall conferences around the country and one of the subjects which delegates often discuss is the need to obtain a licence for different types of activity.  With Village Halls diversifying and offering an even wider range of activities and...

October 25, 2017

Village Hall insurance policies are now invariably arranged with a three-year Long Term Agreement (or Long Term Undertaking).  This means that you have committed to remain with that insurer for the three year period.

The advantage of this is that you receive a premium d...

October 25, 2016

“Up to 80% of properties are under-insured and 40% of businesses lack adequate business interruption cover”*

*Business Cost Information Service and Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters

Committees often approach us because they are worried that the sum insured on the bui...

September 9, 2016

A popular activity at Village Halls, it is important for committees to establish that sufficient cover is in place in respect of Bowls Clubs.

As you may be aware, Hirer’s Liability is automatically included under the Village Hall policy which Norris & Fisher offer. As...

April 21, 2015

Setting the sums to be insured on a Village Hall insurance policy is one of the most important tasks to be undertaken by a hall committee.  It is essential that buildings and contents are not under-insured or there could be a problem in the event of a claim. 

The r...

October 20, 2014

Trustees have ultimate responsibility for directing the affairs of a charity, and ensuring that it is solvent, well-run, and delivering the charitable outcomes for which it has been set up.  They are also bound by the trust deeds, as well as statutory charity and in ce...

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