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Careline is a 24-hour personal emergency response service, based in Hereford, which is connected to your home through an alarm unit linked to your telephone line. Their installation team covers Shropshire as well as Herefordshire.

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Herefordshire Careline is run by the Independence Trust, part of the Herefordshire Housing Group.


Saturday 11th November  Joncan Kavlakoglu Fusion Guitarist plus Jack Brett and Guests

Last night was a sell out and a huge success. We have had so much positive feedback about every aspect of the evening, it is very heartening. People love our venue and they were stunned by the talent of the musicians last night. It’s great that we are able to put on events like that that are really appreciated.

A big thank you to those who helped. As well as putting on a great evening for the community we have also managed to make £190 for the Village Hall Funds.

Christine Rogers

November 2017


We have just heard the fantastic news that the Village Hall has been awarded £1765.01 towards the Redlake Valley Hall Outdoor Enhancement Project, part of the Macturk Fund.  The money has been raised  over the last six months or so by Co-op Members who have voted for Chapel Lawn to receive their contribution.

Also, recently, the final tally from the Chapel Lawn Woodland Fair, a princely sum of £2,418, has been split equally between the Redlake Valley Community Benefit Society, the Village Hall and St Mary’s Church

The Society’s Treasurer, Anthony Morgan, is seen here presenting cheques for £806 to Becky Sherman on behalf of the Village Hall and Barry Palmer for the church.

The Co-op give 1% of everything their members spend on selected Co-op branded products and services from Co-op Group businesses to a group of nominated community projects.

October 2018

From this web page it looks as though there has been nothing happening in Chapel Lawn for the last 11 months, though in reality there is plenty going on.  The lack of news here is partly because most of the newsworthy items have been covered elsewhere; as with the Broadband Super-fast Fibre, which has a page of it’s own, or the odd bits of Village Hall news covered by The Redlake.

Recently however, the front wall of the Village Hall has been repainted, the doors and window sills varnished and a smart new sign has replaced a rather scruffy notice board.  I think that this now completes the refurbishment of the entrance to the Village Hall and as you can see from the photos below, the improvement is 100% !

The entrance to the Village Hall in 2016 before any improvement work was started

The entrance to the Village Hall now; the new tarmac driveway, the table/banches, the freshly painted frontage and the smart new sign.  Thanks to Mr Macturk’s bequest for starting us on this project. (See News 2016/17)