GHBL Hasland Hub has relocated

Grassland Hasmoor Big Local Hasland Hub has moved from Saxton Close, Penmore Business Centre, Hasland to new premises….

We are now based within Hasland Working Men’s Club, Hampton Street, Hasland, Chesterfield, S41 0LH

Due to Government advice relating to the corona virus pandemic our Big Local Support Workers and volunteers are working from home until further notice but you can still contact Dallas or Karin by email, phone or by post

Email: Dallas Asher           This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Phone:                                        07825 183569

Email: Karin Evangelides This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Phone                                         07825 294346

GHBL Open Forum - Saturday 14th March 2020

GHBL Open Forum took place on Saturday 14th March and gave local residents of Grassmoor and Hasland a chance to meet their local Partnership Board members, speak to the various working groups about the projects they are involved in and learn about the success stories of 2019-2020 including an amazing £491,698.15 additional funding secured for the area.

Those in attendance heard more about what was planned over the next two years and that from 1st April, there will be a new organisation guiding Hasland and Grassmoor into the future and beyond.

Elections took place to vote in new Partnership Board representatives for both villages and the Partnership Board Members 2020-21 are: - Hasland Councillor Mick Brady, Councillor Bridget Dunks, Andrew Mallender, Jack Gill, Peter Myers, Scott Fox and Ben Marshall. Grassmoor Councillor Lee Hartshorne, David Maric, Mick Arnold, Rob Whitehead, Andrew Parker, Philip McGeever and Paul Cooper. Stephen Wright remains an independent representative.

Members of 2020 21 Partnership Board1

From left to right: - Stephen Wright , Paul Cooper, Philip McGeever, Mick Arnold, Scott Fox, Rob Whitehead, Peter Myers, David Maric, Andrew Mallender and Ben Marshall

Grassmoor Village in Lights

Grassmoor in Lights Competition Winners

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Christmas Trees

Christmas Trees – Hasland and Grassmoor

Christmas comes but once a year and ……..GHBL is pleased to announce that Christmas trees are up and lit outside Grassmoor Methodist Church and Hasland Methodist Church bringing festive cheer to the high streets of both villages. The trees will provide a focal point for Christmas celebrations throughout the festive period.

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Halloween Parties Review 2019

Celebrating Halloween – GHBL Events in Hasland and Grassmoor

Hasland Event – at Hasland Working Men’s Club

Hasland Working Men’s Club held an extremely successful Halloween event on Thursday 31st October with over 130 guests attending. The decorations in the room looked very effective and drew wows from many of the attendees (thanks to Grassmoor Community Centre for loaning them). The disco was lively and entertaining and the games were played by many enthusiastic participants. With the provision of a delicious buffet and refreshments guests enjoyed a great evening’s entertainment.

Halloween image 2019

Grassmoor Event – at Grassmoor Community Centre

Grassmoor Community Centre held a successful event on Friday 25th October bearing in mind the weather conditions, with 50 guests attending. Overall feedback was good. The event included food and refreshments, disco and activities and games.

A big thank you goes to the volunteers who supported both events and to Grassland Hasmoor Big Local for their support and grant funding.

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