The village hall is managed by a committee of voluntary trustees who oversee the general maintenance, bills, bookings and cleaning. They also fundraise to provide updating of facilities and more expensive maintenance of the fabric of the building. The Trustees are happy to welcome new members so please feel free to contact them if you would like to give some of your time to help.
Chair: Mrs Kelly Parkinson
I am a teacher who moved to Offenham in 2007 after meeting my now husband, who grew up in the village. We have a young family and have enjoyed many of the village events that have taken place over the years. I am looking forward to organising forthcoming community events to ensure the hall at Offenham can be enjoyed for many more years to come.
Vice Chair: Vacant
Treasurer: Mr Martin Roberts
Offenham born and bred I moved from the village in 1978 but continue to work for the community. I am currently treasurer of the Youth Club and have been treasurer on the hall committee since 2002. I project managed the refurbishment in 2013 after securing £60,000 and grants towards the cost. I hope to see the hall fully refurbished and successful with the help of the committee and support of Offenham residents.
Booking Secretary: Vacant
Marketing: Mrs Katie Burrows
My husband was brought up in the village and we love village life. We have been able to move back to Offenham with our young family. In my spare time I enjoy running with some fellow Offenham residents, Vibe Cycle, spending time with our friends and family and listening to live music.
Mr Alan Cresswell
Born and raised in the village I have lived here for most of my life.
I care passionately about what happens to and within the village.
Mrs Sue Uri
Originally from Warwickshire I returned to the area after retiring. Most of my working life was in the air industry as both flight and ground staff. Having travelled extensively whilst living in London I now enjoy the small community of Offenham. I have found the residents very welcoming and friendly and wished to involve myself in some way. I joined the hall committee as I am keen to see the village hall maintained for future use.