Owned and run by the local community, open to everyone

Stretford Public Hall was built for the local community by John Rylands in 1878. Since then it has had over 100 years of community use.

In 2015, the Friends of Stretford Public Hall took over the running of the Hall. Our aim is to restore the Hall into a fantastic multi-purpose community venue.

 


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    Supporting Stretford through the Coronavirus

    The Trafford Community Response to COVID 19 (Coronavirus) will help people in need in Stretford and in its surrounding areas.  As a result of COVID 19 do you need help with anything such as; Getting food Getting fuel (if you're on a pre-paid meter) Getting essential medication Looking after your pets Someone to talk to Get help by calling 0300 330 9073 If you live alone, are struggling to make ends meet, are self-isolating or generally in need of advice or support, please contact: 0300 330 9073 (8.30am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday). The advice line is for Stockport, Oldham, Rochdale and Trafford. Please Select option 4 for Trafford, then ignore the options for 'good and services' or 'pensions' - just hold the line and we will signpost you to one of the Trafford Community Response Hubs to access the support you need. If you are able to volunteer in your community, or are a local business who can support with anything from supplies to logistics - please visit the Thrive Trafford Website: www.thrivetrafford.org.uk/covid-volunteer (If you are part of a community group who are already offering support to your community – Trafford’s Community Response could help with supplies, training, environmental health and safeguarding support. Please email: social.investment@traffordhoustingtrust.co.uk). Also, if you are a local neighbourhood group who has established themselves to help those in need, as a result of Coronavirus, please see Stretford Mutual Aid on Facebook. 
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    New developments at the Hall including cancellations

    In light of the ongoing coronavirus situation and following new government advice asking people to avoid unnecessary social contact, we have reluctantly taken the decision to cancel activities at the Hall from today (17/03/2020), until further notice.  We are really sorry to have to do this as we know how important social activities and good health are at times like this. We're hoping to film many of our classes and we're looking at ways of making our classes available online over the coming weeks, so you can keep fit at home. We're also considering ways that the Hall can provide support over the next few months, including supporting those who are self-isolating or who've been advised to stay at home. We'll be posting more about this in the coming days. Although the government are advising social isolation, it's physical not social distance that is needed; social connections are more important than ever at times like this. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates & stay safe Stretford.
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