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Issued: July 8, 2021
Council reports 75 per cent drop in community halls' income
Income generated for Buckhurst Hill Parish Council through hire charges for its two community halls - Roding Valley Hall and The Woollard Centre - dropped by 75 per cent in 2020-21 because of the COVID-19 lockdown, parish council finance officer Kim Lumb told the council's finance and establishment committee.

Any hirers who had paid hire fees for bookings which had to be cancelled have been reimbursed.
Earlier media releases 2021-22

(July 2, 2021) - 
Council raises drug concerns with police
(July 2, 2021) - Council to consider funding defibrillators
(July 2, 2021) - Two highways schemes to go ahead
(May 25, 2021) - New parish council chairman elected
(May 14, 2021) - Annual Council Meeting preview
(April 10, 2021) - HRH The Prince Philip
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