HCYA is a registered charity founded in 1964 to preserve space for recreation and to provide cultural and social activities for the residents of Fulwood and Lodge Moor. Annual membership entitles you to take part in any of the activities in our purpose built community hall and at offsite venues. If you want to join HCYA visit our membership page.

Hiring The Hall

Hiring the hall

We have a fully licensed bar – spacious hall and other rooms all available for hire to suit different uses including weddings and children’s parties.

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HCYA is a registered charity founded to preserve space for recreation and to provide social and cultural activities for local residents.

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News from HCYA

Community Litter Pick

SATURDAY 13 October, 9:45 for a 10:00 a.m. start

Meet on the green opposite the shops, Rochester Rd./Redmires Rd. All you have to do is:

  • Wear comfortable clothes/shoes
  • Bring friends/family - the more the merrier!
  • Bring gardening gloves if you have them
  • Equipment will be provided

Hallam Art Group Exhibitions at Hallam Community Hall

3rd & 4th November 2018 - 10am to 5pm

Please vote for the Westminster Tea Party!

Every fortnight, on a Thursday afternoon, our tea party provides around 22 guests and volunteers with delicious cakes, endless tea or coffee, good company and lots of laughs, and sometimes a pub lunch. We also have a short quiz or some other activity, which can at times be quite raucous!

We have now been shortlisted for a £500 grant from the Skipton Building Society under their Grassroots Funding Scheme. This will enable us to provide a more varied entertainment programme for our guests, eg singers or other performers. It will also provide transport to enjoy afternoon tea in other settings, slightly further afield.

The final choice as to who should receive a grant is made by the public via the internet. As most of our guests, several in their 90s, do not use computers, we are reliant on our friends to vote for us. It won’t cost you anything except a little bit of your valuable time, please help us:

  1. Go to the web-site: www.skiptongrg.co.uk
  2. Click on the tab Grassroots Giving 2018
  3. Click on 2018 Shortlisted Groups
  4. Click on Yorkshire and the Humber
  5. Scroll down to 92. Westminster Tea Party, and vote for us!

Thank you very much.

Tomlinson presenting a cheque to Hall Manager Alan Bone as compensation for the disruption during the car park alterations.

Click here to download the 2018/2019 Hallam Citizen.

Please note the file size is 14Mb and may take a while over slower connection speeds

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Free WiFi is available throught the hall

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Email us at friends@hcya.org.uk.

New Volunteers

Following an appeal in last year's Citizen, we are pleased to be able to say that we have a number of new and younger people helping to run HCYA. Thank you to Helen, Sophie, Tracy and Nicola for volunteering and taking over important roles within our organisation.

And don't think that lets the rest of you off the hook! We still need new people, HCYA members or not, willing to help out at the monthly meetings (1st Thursday in the month at 8:00pm to 9:30pm) and organising next years summer fete. We also need one or two people to help our Hall Manager look after Hallam itself. If you are interested, please call me.

Sam Saunders (Chair HCYA)
0114 263 0662