Upper Saxondale Community Website

Connecting the people of Upper Saxondale Village

Upper Saxondale website is for residents who want to connect with their local Community

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Parcel

Started by Phil Marshall in Community News Dec 29, 2019.

Christmas skateboard

Started by Phil Marshall in Community News Dec 25, 2019.

Dogs on the loose

Started by Debbie in Community News Nov 27, 2019.

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Community Hall Bookings

The Community Hall is a key focal point for the Upper Saxondale village. Home of the Tennis Club and is used regularly for fitness classes, meetings and events.

Community Hall Rental The hall is available to rent for parties and other events at £10 per hour. There is a bar area, fully equipped kitchen and 3 toilets as well as chairs and tables. The hall was recently refurbished to include access ramps, disabled toilet, new fitted kitchen. The hall has laminate flooring throughout and modern media equipment.The premises has an alcohol license subject to restrictions.

Please contact John Wilkinson on 07966 006784 or by email john.wilkinson62@btinternet.com

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Latest Activity

Fay Harrison posted a blog post

Saxondale Hospital History - Pimlico, Henson & Grosvenor Close

Here’s is Friday’s fascinating instalment of Georgia Moore’s history of Saxondale Hospital.Having now covered most of the areas around the hospital site, there are just a couple more worth a mention.Pimlico Close and Henson Close had no original hospital buildings and homes are built on a field which formed part of the farm. The aerial view, taken in 2001, shows that this area was the last to have houses built on it before completion of the estate.Grosvenor Close was home to the Male Nurses…See More
Friday
Fay Harrison posted a blog post

Saxondale Hospital History - Home Farm Lane & Carnaby Close

Here is the next instalment of Georgia Moore’s fascinating history of Saxondale Hospital.Saxondale Hospital was home to a self-sufficient community and over my last few posts, we have seen photos and talked about many of the buildings and amenities such as the church, recreation hall, sports facilities and nurses home which all helped to form an essential part of this community.  At one time there were up to 1,100 patients and 700 staff living at or near the hospital all of whom needed to be…See More
May 18
Fay Harrison posted a blog post

Saxondale Hospital History - Hammersmith, Queen Mary’s and Serpentine Close

Here is a Friday treat post from Georgia Moore about the history of Saxondale Hospital.Today I am going to cover the areas around Hammersmith, Queen Mary’s and Serpentine Close and the easiest way to explain this is to follow the aerial photo. Beginning in the top right hand corner photo of the colour photo and the bottom left on the black and white photo, there are two H shaped buildings. These were named Fosse House and Shipside House and were wards situated in the area which is now…See More
May 15
Fay Harrison posted a blog post

Saxondale Hospital History - Berkeley Crescent (part 2)

Here is the next instalment of Georgia Moore’s fascinating history of Saxondale Hospital. Today I am going to talk about the alterations that have been made to a building which still remains standing since the time of the hospital.Situated on Berkeley Crescent, used for a time as a Nurses Training School and also The Medical Superintendent's House (sometimes known now as the Professor's House), this building has taken on a very unusual transformation. The building was originally accessed via a…See More
May 11
 
 
 

USRA now accept online donations

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Community Hall Fitness Classes

Mondays

Pilates 10.00 - 11.00AM

Pilates 7.15 - 8.15PM

Sarah Storey 07799038253

Wednesdays

Pilates 7.15 - 8.15PM

Sarah Storey 07799038253

Fridays     

Zumba  9.20-10.20AM 

Sandy 07825284561

Saturdays

Pilates 9.30-10.30AM

Sarah Storey 07799038253

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