We’d like to thank all our new and returning customers for your continued support of Dronfield Hall Barn recently. As part of the government’s ‘Eat Out To Help Out’ scheme, it has been a particularly busy time for us. After a tough few months, this has been a real boost to us, and has helped us get back to a sense of normality.
But we’re not quite out of the woods just yet – your support remains vital to us in the coming months, as we try and re-establish our income sources.
Did you know that the Barn is managed by a small registered charity? Since we opened to the public in 2016, we have been at the heart of the local community – offering valuable volunteering opportunities, working with local schools on a variety of projects, and holding popular events such as our annual Dronfield Arts and Medieval Festivals.
Medieval Festival, 2019
If you’ve been involved with or enjoyed any of our previous events and activities, you can continue to support us by making a donation to Dronfield Heritage Trust. Click here to learn how you can donate to us through our website.
Another way of supporting us is to use easyfundraising – using this, you can make a donation to us every time you shop online, at no additional cost to yourself. There are over 4,000 retailers including John Lewis, Argos, Uswitch, eBay, M&S, Just Eat, Now TV, Domino’s Pizza and Audible ready to give a free donation – and it only takes two minutes to register! To support us through easyfundraising, click here to sign up.
Finally, we’re always on the lookout for more people to join our friendly support team of volunteers. If you’d be interested in becoming one of our stewards, you can read about the roles available by clicking here. Contact Maria on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07814 140034 if you are able to help. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
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