Hamley Bridge Institute

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Contact

Bookings

16 Gilbert Street, Hamley Bridge

  • Melissa Collinge 0400 282 547
  • institute@hamleybridge.com.au

Hamley Bridge Institute Hiring Information

The Hamley Bridge Institute has 4 facilities for hiring together, or individually.

  • Main Hall, including Stage and Bar
  • Supper Room
  • Kitchen
  • Meeting Room

HIRE FEES – effective 1st August 2018

Meeting Room                                                                 $  20

Supper Room                                                                  $  75 

Kitchen                                                                            $  80

Hall with Stage & Bar                                                    $140

 

CLEANING FEES – COMPULSORY – ARE INCLUDED IN THE HIRE FEES

Cleaning fees are included in the hire fees for the hire of all areas of the hall, with the exception of the meeting rooms used for community based meetings. These fees are non-negotiable, regardless of how clean a hirer leaves the facility. A list of tidy-up duties expected of the hirer are included with the booking form.

For all private functions a refundable $250.00 bond will be charged and payable IN CASH to the Bookings Officer no later than 14 days prior to the date of hire.

This will be refunded in full and within 7 days of the hire if the facility is left as required and no breakages.

CROCKERY AND CUTLERY AVAILABLE WITH HIRE OF THE KITCHEN

Dinner plates        Side plates      Cups & Saucers          Trays                          Sharp knives

Knives                   Forks               Soup spoons                Dessert spoons      Teaspoons

Sugar bowls          Milk jugs        Water jugs                  Chopping boards

Salt and pepper shakers               Wine glasses              Tumblers

All items must be cleaned and returned to the correct cupboards / drawers in the kitchen.

 

HALL CAPACITY – approximate only

Main Hall                    150 persons (120 if seated at tables)

Supper room               120 persons

Meeting Room            20 persons

 

The Hall must be vacated and securely locked by 1am unless otherwise arranged with the Booking Officer.

Hirers please note: –             SMOKING is NOT permitted in any area of the Institute.

                                               The use of small table scatters / confetti is not permitted in any area of the Institute.

Calendar

Dec
16
Mon
2019
AQUA EXERCISE CLASSES Monday @ Hamley Bridge Swimming Pool
Dec 16 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
AQUA EXERCISE CLASSES Monday @ Hamley Bridge Swimming Pool

AQUA EXERCISE CLASSES

 

Beginning

 

Monday 4th November

 & Wednesday 6th November 2019

10.00 am

Hamley Bridge Swimming Pool

$8.00 per class

(Pre-paid package of 10 classes for $70.00)

$6.00 for over 65’s

 

Have fun & get fit!!

 

Call Beth on 0401 628 149 to reserve your spot!!

(Weather permitting & if the air temperature is 22c and under, the class will not take place. Using BOM site for temps)

Dec
17
Tue
2019
Rubbish Collection – General Waste Red Lid Bin
Dec 17 @ 4:00 am – 9:00 am

Rubbish Collection General Waste – Red Lid BIN

 

Red Lid Bin 
All general household waste, is collected weekly. Items to be placed in the bin include:
  • sponges, cleaning clothes, etc;
  • clothing, linen fabrics;
  • plastic bags, polystyrene, foam, cling wrap;
  • string, rope, wire, netting, plastic strapping;
  • crockery, cutlery;
  • pyrex, window glass, mirrors;
  • chip packets, chocolate and sweet wrappers;
  • cd’s, memory cards, video and audio tapes;
  • alkaline batteries.
Bin Rules
In order for this collection method to operate effectively and in the interests of public health, residents are requested to ensure the following. If you fail to comply with these guidelines, your mobile garbage bin will NOT be emptied.
  • bins must be placed on the footpath near the edge of the kerb with arrows on the lid facing towards the road – when placed correctly, the handle will be the closest part of the bin to your property.
  • bins must be placed no closer than 1.5 metres (5′) from obstructions (eg poles, trees, parked cars, etc).
  • bins placed together at the kerbside must be no closer than 600mm (2′) apart).
  • bins must not be overfilled so that the lid does not close or be packed tightly so that it will not empty correctly.
  • recyclable waste should be deposited in the yellow lid bin – refer to lists of recyclables.
  • only domestic waste should be deposited in the red lid bin – food waste, broken glass or sharp objects, and powdery waste (eg ashes) must be wrapped or bagged.
  • bins should be washed out regularly to avoid the build up of any waste in the bottom of the bin.
  • bags or boxes of extra rubbish must not be placed with the bin for collection.
  • only one bin per residence should be put out for collection unless prior arrangements have been made with the contractor.
  • the following waste should not be put in bins: smoke detectors, ammunition/explosives, asbestos, fire extinguishers, chemicals, flares, hazardous waste, liquid waste, contaminated soil, mobile phones, tyres, car/truck batteries, sump oil. Please contact Council on 8862 0800 for waste disposal alternatives.

If your bin has not been emptied and you feel you have complied with the guidelines, please contact Clare Valley Waste Service on 0438 884 340.

Thanks To – http://www.wakefieldrc.sa.gov.au/page.aspx?u=353

Hamley Bridge Bins Collection

Rubbish Collection – Recycle Yellow Lid Bin
Dec 17 @ 4:00 am – 9:30 am

Rubbish Collection Recycle – YELLOW BIN

 

The general rubbish/recycling is collected on behalf of Council by Clare Valley Waste. If you have any queries please call 0438 884 340. Otherwise, Works Services Officer, Glen Growden, can be contacted at the Council Office on 8862 0800 or by email ggrowden@wakefieldrc.sa.gov.au.
 
View the Waste Management Brochure  for transfer station locations, opening times & fees, township rubbish collection days, rules and regulations.
 
Township Mobile Garbage Bin (MGBs) Collection Days are –
  • Tuesday: Avon, Halbury, Hamley Bridge, Hoyleton, Owen and Pinery
  • Wednesday: Balaklava
  • Thursday: Blyth, Bowmans, Brinkworth, Lochiel, Port Wakefield and Snowtown

Residents outside the townships must take their waste to a transfer station or ring Clare Valley Waste on 0438 884 340 to arrange MGB collection. Please consider taking items suitable for recycling to the closest transfer station if they are too big for the kerbside recycling collection.

 
Red Lid (140 Litre) Mobile Garbage Bin
All general household waste, is collected weekly. Items to be placed in the bin include:
  • sponges, cleaning clothes, etc;
  • clothing, linen fabrics;
  • plastic bags, polystyrene, foam, cling wrap;
  • string, rope, wire, netting, plastic strapping;
  • crockery, cutlery;
  • pyrex, window glass, mirrors;
  • chip packets, chocolate and sweet wrappers;
  • cd’s, memory cards, video and audio tapes;
  • alkaline batteries.
Green Lid (240 Litre) Mobile Garbage Bin
All recyclables, collected fortnightly. Items to be placed loosely (ie not in bags) in the bin include:
  • paper and cardboard;
  • drink and food cartons;
  • metal tins and cans;
  • plastics (all rigid plastic containers);
  • glass bottles and jars.

Click here to view the kerbside recycling information dates.

 
Mobile Garbage Bin Requirements
In order for this collection method to operate effectively and in the interests of public health, residents are requested to ensure the following. If you fail to comply with these guidelines, your mobile garbage bin will NOT be emptied.
  • bins must be placed on the footpath near the edge of the kerb with arrows on the lid facing towards the road – when placed correctly, the handle will be the closest part of the bin to your property.
  • bins must be placed no closer than 1.5 metres (5′) from obstructions (eg poles, trees, parked cars, etc).
  • bins placed together at the kerbside must be no closer than 600mm (2′) apart).
  • bins must not be overfilled so that the lid does not close or be packed tightly so that it will not empty correctly.
  • recyclable waste should be deposited in the green lid bin – refer to lists of recyclables.
  • only domestic waste should be deposited in the red lid bin – food waste, broken glass or sharp objects, and powdery waste (eg ashes) must be wrapped or bagged.
  • garden cuttings and lawn clippings should be taken to a transfer station for recycling.
  • bins should be washed out regularly to avoid the build up of any waste in the bottom of the bin.
  • bags or boxes of extra rubbish must not be placed with the bin for collection.
  • only one bin per residence should be put out for collection unless prior arrangements have been made with the contractor.
  • the following waste should not be put in bins: garden waste, smoke detectors, ammunition/explosives, asbestos, fire extinguishers, chemicals, flares, hazardous waste, liquid waste, noxious weeds, contaminated soil, mobile phones, tyres, car/truck batteries, sump oil. Please contact Council on 8862 0800 for waste disposal alternatives.

If your bin has not been emptied and you feel you have complied with the guidelines, please contact Clare Valley Waste Service on 0438 884 340.

Thanks To – http://www.wakefieldrc.sa.gov.au/page.aspx?u=353

Hamley Bridge Bins Collection

Hamley Bridge Library – Tuesday @ Hamley Bridge Library at the Institute
Dec 17 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Hamley Bridge Library - Tuesday @ Hamley Bridge Library at the Institute

Hamley Bridge Community Library provides a service for the local community to browse and borrow books/dvds in various genres.

 

 

Dec
18
Wed
2019
AQUA EXERCISE CLASSES Wednesday @ Hamley Bridge Swimming Pool
Dec 18 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
AQUA EXERCISE CLASSES Wednesday @ Hamley Bridge Swimming Pool

AQUA EXERCISE CLASSES

 

Beginning

 

Monday 4th November

 & Wednesday 6th November 2019

10.00 am

Hamley Bridge Swimming Pool

$8.00 per class

(Pre-paid package of 10 classes for $70.00)

$6.00 for over 65’s

 

Have fun & get fit!!

 

Call Beth on 0401 628 149 to reserve your spot!!

(Weather permitting & if the air temperature is 22c and under, the class will not take place. Using BOM site for temps)

Recycling/Transfer Waste Depots (Dump) Wednesday @ Recycling/Transfer Waste Depots
Dec 18 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Recycling/Transfer Waste Depots (Dump)

Owen, 386 Pinery Road

  • Wednesday 10am—11am
  • Saturday 9am—11am
  • Sunday 11am—12pm

Port Wakefield, 150 Shrike Road

  • Thursday 10am—11am*
  • Saturday 10am—12pm
  • Sunday    9am—10am

Everard, 1060 Hancock Rd.

  • Tuesday  9am—11am
  • Saturday 9am—11am
  • Sunday   9am—11am

Prices etc available for download HERE

Dump recycling transfer station OwenProcedures For Delivering Waste to the Waste Depot
 
Gas Cylinders – Cylinders must be emptied by the depositor before they will be accepted. They must be put in their own segregated area, and not put in with scrap metal. Scrap metal is recycled in Adelaide and any hidden cylinders will explode when fed into machinery, which cause damage to machinery and there is a high risk of injury to operators. Gas cylinders must not be deposited of via the kerbside collection or landfill.
 
Paint Tins – If paint tins are empty they go into the scrap metal segregation; if they contain paint they must be segregated separately. This is to avoid paint spilling over Council machinery when being loaded onto trucks and into skips. Unwanted paint should be brushed out onto newspaper and allowed to dry, then disposed of via domestic waste. Empty paint containers should be left open in a well ventilated area to dry out. When dry, recycle the containers via steel can recycling programs.
 
Smoke Detectors – Smoke detectors contain a small amount of a radio active element. If a smoke detector is damaged it may release this element into the atmosphere. Therefore they should not be put in household waste (kerbside collection) or to landfill. Council has containers at the waste depots to hold smoke detectors, which will periodically be transferred to the EPA Hazardous Household Waste Depot for destruction.
 
Green Waste – Green waste must be free of all contaminates such as metal of any kind, pavers, plastic etc. These contaminates cause damage to machinery used to mulch the green waste. Plastic in the green waste is not acceptable because it makes the mulched material unsuitable for reuse.
Thanks To – http://www.wakefieldrc.sa.gov.au/page.aspx?u=354

 

 

Hamley Bridge Community Association Meetings @ Hamley Bridge Institute
Dec 18 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Hamley Bridge Community Association Meetings @ Hamley Bridge Institute

ALL WELCOME

Dec
19
Thu
2019
Hamley Bridge Library – Thursday @ Hamley Bridge Library at the Institute
Dec 19 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Hamley Bridge Library - Thursday @ Hamley Bridge Library at the Institute

Hamley Bridge Community Library provides a service for the local community to browse and borrow books/dvds in various genres.

 

 

Dec
21
Sat
2019
Recycling/Transfer Waste Depots (Dump) Saturday @ Recycling/Transfer Waste Depots (Dump)
Dec 21 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Recycling/Transfer Waste Depots (Dump)

Owen, 386 Pinery Road

  • Wednesday 10am—11am
  • Saturday 9am—11am
  • Sunday 11am—12pm

Port Wakefield, 150 Shrike Road

  • Thursday 10am—11am*
  • Saturday 10am—12pm
  • Sunday    9am—10am

Everard, 1060 Hancock Rd.

  • Tuesday  9am—11am
  • Saturday 9am—11am
  • Sunday   9am—11am

Prices etc available for download HERE

 

Dump recycling transfer station OwenProcedures For Delivering Waste to the Waste Depot
 
Gas Cylinders – Cylinders must be emptied by the depositor before they will be accepted. They must be put in their own segregated area, and not put in with scrap metal. Scrap metal is recycled in Adelaide and any hidden cylinders will explode when fed into machinery, which cause damage to machinery and there is a high risk of injury to operators. Gas cylinders must not be deposited of via the kerbside collection or landfill.
 
Paint Tins – If paint tins are empty they go into the scrap metal segregation; if they contain paint they must be segregated separately. This is to avoid paint spilling over Council machinery when being loaded onto trucks and into skips. Unwanted paint should be brushed out onto newspaper and allowed to dry, then disposed of via domestic waste. Empty paint containers should be left open in a well ventilated area to dry out. When dry, recycle the containers via steel can recycling programs.
 
Smoke Detectors – Smoke detectors contain a small amount of a radio active element. If a smoke detector is damaged it may release this element into the atmosphere. Therefore they should not be put in household waste (kerbside collection) or to landfill. Council has containers at the waste depots to hold smoke detectors, which will periodically be transferred to the EPA Hazardous Household Waste Depot for destruction.
 
Green Waste – Green waste must be free of all contaminates such as metal of any kind, pavers, plastic etc. These contaminates cause damage to machinery used to mulch the green waste. Plastic in the green waste is not acceptable because it makes the mulched material unsuitable for reuse.
Thanks To – http://www.wakefieldrc.sa.gov.au/page.aspx?u=354

 

 

Hamley Bridge Library – Saturday @ Hamley Bridge Library at the Institute
Dec 21 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Hamley Bridge Library - Saturday @ Hamley Bridge Library at the Institute

Hamley Bridge Community Library provides a service for the local community to browse and borrow books/dvds in various genres.

 

 

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