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OFFICIAL – Didcot Civic Hall partners the NHS in a bid to beat Covid-19

OFFICIAL – Didcot Civic Hall partners the NHS in a bid to beat Covid-19

Didcot Civic Hall and Didcot Town Council has pledged to work in partnership with the NHS in any possible way to support their life-saving work during the Covid – 19 pandemic. The Civic Hall has been included as an official partner by making the venue available to any sector of the emergency services.

At the end of May – and two further dates in June – the Civic Hall will open its doors to help the NHS Blood and Transplant services. For H&S reasons the Civic Hall will be closed on those dates to avoid any cross contamination and to give full support to the NHS staff. All customers will be informed when this will take place.

Andre Silva, General Manager of Didcot Civic Hall says: "We are delighted to be helping support the national efforts to beat this virus. We have made the building available for the NHS and emergency services to use in any way they think fit."

Cllr Pam Siggers, Chair of the Civic Hall Management Committee: "We feel it is essential to play our part in this national emergency. The Civic Hall belongs to the residents of Didcot and I am sure that they will be pleased to see the facilities of this public building being used in the best possible way rather than remaining closed."

Civic Hall at the heart of Didcot

Didcot Civic Hall is situated close to all the major road and rail connections. The Hall offers six different rooms for hire from small intimate one-to-one meetings to larger conferences and weddings for up to 300 people. We have a large, level car park and modern facilities to ensure you get the best from your event. Find out more about the Civic Hall at the following websites. and

For further information contact Andre Silva – 07368 535610

Posted: Thu, 30 Apr 2020 15:45 by Planning & Environment Officer

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