Village bar open again and wants people to help keep it running
- Credit: Claverham Village Enterprises
A village bar which is run entirely by volunteers is appealing for more people to help out and support them.
The Tannery Bar, at Claverham Village Hall, is open for business with plenty of events coming up.
Claverham Village Enterprises (CVE) is the limited company run by volunteers, established and owned by Claverham Village Hall to operate the Tannery Bar.
Each year the bar hosts events for the village and donates its profits directly back to the village hall, in Bishops Road.
Since 2016, Claverham Village Enterprises has donated more than £93,000 back to the village hall in addition to paying rent and other operational charge contributions.
It is open seven days a week from 7-11 pm Monday to Saturday and on Sunday's from noon to 3pm.
The bar is open to all and volunteers run lots of events throughout the year. There is also a pool table and skittle alley available for hire.
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On the first Tuesday of the month at 7.30pm volunteers host an events committee and people are invited to come down for a drink and share ideas for events for the village.
On the last Saturday of the month from 7pm a monthly quiz will take place and a village skittles league is re-starting on Saturday nights in October.
Register your team of six from your road or street in Claverham or Cleeve before the end of September to enter the league. League games will be played on Saturday nights through the winter with two matches each Saturday.
Organisers have live music booked for November 6 and December 3 and this year will bring back the much-anticipated Claverham new year's eve party.
Volunteers are looking for more people them and enable the bar to stay open. Full bar training is provided and you will be given a bar buddy to help you get confident on your first few shifts.
Anyone interested in volunteering can contact The Tannery Bar on Facebook or email Kay at firstname.lastname@example.org
People can follow the bar on Facebook for the latest news, events and opening hours @TheTanneryBar.