Disclaimer of Liability
The Parish Council and the SLVH Committee disclaims any liability for damage or injury to any person or their property when using hired items beyond any statutory responsibility. The Parish Council and the SLVH Committee will try to ensure that all hired items are in good condition and fit for purpose at the point of collection.

It is entirely the responsibility of the hirer to ensure that items are in good condition and fit for purpose at the point of collection. If this is not the case, the hirer must inform a member of the SLVH committee at the time of collection.

By ticking the 'I agree' box below, you accept that you will pay in full for any broken, damaged or lost items. Additionally, you also accept that you have risk-assessed the event you are hiring for and have insured yourself against possible legal action by other parties and other risks.
Payment
Specific items are not considered to be booked until you have received confirmation of receipt of payment. Please note, that in the case of crockery, cutlery and glassware, there is no set charge, but donations (suggested minimum £10) are requested. Please check your spam / junk folders in case this confirmation is filtered there.

Methods of payment
Payment may be made either:
  1. by cheque
  2. payable to 'South Leigh Village Hall' and delivered or posted to the treasurer: John Ashwell, Lymbourne, Chapel Road, South Leigh, OX29 6UP.
  3. by online banking
    • Reference: <your name> plus the words 'SLVH hire'.
    • Account name: 'South Leigh Village Hall'
    • Sort code is 30-99-78
    • Account number: 00177826.
    • If paying by online banking, it is essential that a remittance advice is sent by email to the treasurer, john@southleigh.info, which includes the above reference in the subject line.
  4. by cash
  5. Cash should be hand delivered by prior arrangement with John Ashwell by email john@southleigh.info or telephone 01993 703534.

Cost
Please see here for costs of hire.
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