We are delighted that we are now once again taking bookings (pending COVID restrictions).
Facilities at Brakenhale can be hired Monday to Friday from 6.00pm until 9.30pm and on Saturday and Sunday from 9.00am until 6.00pm. Please find details in our Hiring Information flyer below.
All Hirers must provide their own first aid kit and have their own public indemnity insurance. Alternatively you can purchase BFC insurance at a cost of 10% of hire.
For further information and to find out about other facilities to hire please contact the Site Manager, Amy Peacock on 01344 465073 or email email@example.com
Hiring Facilities Information
Hiring Facilities Guidelines
In all sports areas you will find a break glass call point by the Emergency exit doors, if you discover a fire on any scale these are to be broken to sound an alarm.
In these areas we do not have telephones so can you please ensure that the person in charge of the letting has use of a mobile phone to be able to call the fire brigade. You also need to contact the school on 07504 803140 to notify them of the fire.
On calling the fire brigade they need to advise they are calling from:
- The Brakenhale School
Emergency Evacuation Procedures: – all personnel in all areas need to vacate to the Tennis Courts to the rear of the school. Once you arrive at the Assembly point you need to complete a roll call of all personnel in your party.
One responsible person needs to wait by main gate to direct and advise the fire brigade on arrival.
Our synthetic turf sports surfaces are designed and installed to exacting standards. In order to maintain the performance of this surface it is essential that the following rules of use are observed:
- Clean all footwear before using the surface
- Do not wear spiked, studded or bladed footwear
- Move equipment carefully without dragging it over the surface
- Ensure equipment is safely secured before use
- Do not consume food or drink upon the surface
- Do not allow pets or animals upon the surface
- Do not use cycles, skateboards or rollerblades upon the surface