A COMMUNITY group that uses Rushock Village Hall to host activities has used a council grant to update the venue’s vintage wood flooring. Rushock Village Hall Committee acquired £1,500 from Wyre Forest District Council’s community localism fund to put in new floors and allow the group to preserve its daily classes, aimed toward helping members of the network with fitness and wellness.
The hall holds a coffee morning for residents to socialize over a cup of coffee and a slice of cake on the primary Tuesday of every month. The institution also coordinates a weekly chair yoga magnificence which helps human beings with their posture, stability, power, and mental well-being.
Gemma Downing of the Rushock Village Hall Committee said: “The committee became fashioned via neighborhood folks that desired to make a distinction. “Our network sports benefit people in our local location through imparting the possibility to come together in an adorable surrounding and socialize while improving their fitness.
“The furnish has helped us maintain imparting these services, and we’re sincerely thankful for the council’s help.” Rushock Parish Council has additionally benefitted from the network localism fund after receiving £750 to help maintain the parish clean and secure.
Beverley Drew, the clerk to Rushock Parish Council, said: “Thanks to the community localism fund, we’ve been capable of shopping for new equipment to assist maintain Rushock easy and secure. “We admire the provide, and if all people desire to join us on our muddle alternatives, they are advertised on village noticeboards.” District council leader Councillor Marcus Hart stated: “I am thrilled that our localism initiative has been able to guide Rushock Village Hall Committee and Rushock Parish Council.
“This investment will assist both establishments in preserving to make a real difference in the village. “These forms of tasks are precisely what our community localism fund changed into set up to guide – operating in partnership with groups to enhance offerings and centers for nearby citizens.”