Major work has recently been completed on Grimsargh Village Hall which has transformed the look of the hall inside and out.Advertisement
The project involved ‘overplating’ the corrugated tin roof with slate effect Metrotile, and at the same time the insulation was brought up to modern specification, thus saving energy and costs.
The internal ceiling tiles in the main hall have also been replaced.
This work has been made possible by two generous grants from Grimsargh Parish Council and Lancashire Environmental Fund of £70,000 and £30,000, with the remaining balance coming from the Village Hall’s own reserves.
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The village hall used local suppliers as that is one of their policies, and so this project met that criteria.
Another policy is the ongoing target to reduce the carbon footprint and steer the hall towards more sustainable practices.
To date, the village hall have made changes such as:
If you have any further suggestions of ways the hall’s energy usage may be further reduced and improve the environmental impact, email here.
The Committee at Grimsargh Village Hall now look forward to getting the hall back to full operation and use, and gradually all regular groups are returning.
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