THE VILLAGE HALL   Our village hall run by Emberton United Charity (EUC) since 1870 is situated conveniently in the centre or heart of the village, opposite the clock tower. We  have free WiFi throughout the building and we welcome local groups to use our space to provide education, recreation and entertainment that enriches our community. We have a small meeting room which can accommodate small groups of up to 12 for  seated discussions and we have a spacious main hall with ample capacity, tables and chairs to seat and cater comfortably for 80 adults. We have a well-equipped commercial kitchen with a dishwasher, china and cutlery appropriate for our capacity.  We offer a cost effective and friendly space appropriate for meetings, celebrations and parties suitable for all age groups. Local bar hire is available by agreement. We are supported and utilised by our village school and a wide range of local organisations, societies and fitness groups and provide civic space for parish council meetings and local and general elections.  Availability and Bookings via phone or email to:  Telephone: 01234-240681   Hire Charges   Commercial users and Emberton Parish social  non-residents of the Parish groups and residents   Hourly Rate Hourly Rate  Main Hall (incl. kitchen): £15.00 £ 7.50 Meeting Room: £ 4.00 £ 3.00 Booking deposit: £50.00 £20.00  Consumed Energy Charge: £1.50 per gas unit used will be added to the final bill  (meter read by the caretaker at the end of the hire period)  Notes: Deposit payable on booking. Cheques should be made payable to Emberton United Charity. Acceptance of the full terms and conditions of hire, additional charges for major breakages and additional cleaning are part of the booking agreement.  Links to our user groups   EMBERTON UNITED CHARITY KAH Sams Trust For many years Emberton United Charity has distributed at Christmas a small financial gift to older “eligible men and women” in the Parish from income from the KAH Sams Trust. The Trustees of the “Sams Trust” decided last year that the 2016 distribution would be the last. This decision was widely supported by the recipients of the gift. The original purpose for the use of income from the fund was the provision of a village hall and support for “the needy” in the community. It has been decided to provide such support in a more focused and effective way. Therefore funds previously used at Christmas will be made available for any resident of the Parish, considered to be in real need, on application to the Trustees. Such applications will be completely confidential and the granting of such support will be at the discretion of the Trustees only.  Funds are now available and any request for support should be sent, in the first instance by letter, to the secretary, Mr Andrew Harris, 16 Gravel Walk, Emberton, MK46 5JA  

(Incorporated 1999) 
Reg. Charity No. 204221 
Mrs Knight Millar (1852) 
Mrs Mary Hughes (1861) 
The Feoffee Estate (1887) 
The Reverend G.F. Sams Memorial Fund (1925) 
Educational Grants 
The charity is able to provide grants to people under the age of 25 who are resident in the parish of Emberton and are learning a recognised trade or undertaking a further education course. 
Grants are usually made towards the cost of books, tools or computers. Anyone wishing to apply for a grant should contact the charity in writing or by e-mail stating the course being undertaken and the cost of books or equipment that you wish the charity to make a grant towards. Sight of receipts and acceptance to courses will be required. 
Please contact either: 
Warwick Clarke - 16 West Lane - 713174 
Andrew Harris - 16 Gravel Walk - 712258 
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