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Barton Bendish consultation meeting to discuss future of village hall

PUBLISHED: 14:56 29 May 2018

Barton Bendish village hall pictured around 1900 Picture: Courtesy of Parsons and Whittley

Barton Bendish village hall pictured around 1900 Picture: Courtesy of Parsons and Whittley

Parsons and Whittley

Improvements to a 19th century village hall in West Norfolk will be up for discussion at a consultation meeting this week.

Architect impression of how Barton Bendish village hall could look like after improvements Picture: Parsons and WhittleyArchitect impression of how Barton Bendish village hall could look like after improvements Picture: Parsons and Whittley

The Barton Bendish community are being encouraged to take part in talks over the future of its village hall, as trustees are considering a project to extend and refurbish the building.

The trustees have said they are seeking the views of the community before making applications for funding to various bodies.

Robin Simon, one of the trustees, added: “The ability to bring the community together for a whole range of social and educational activities is essential to rural life, and this project will ensure our ability to do so for the foreseeable future.”

Architects have come up with two proposals for the project which will be presented to the community at the public consultation.

Architect impression of how Barton Bendish village hall could look like after improvements Picture: Parsons and WhittleyArchitect impression of how Barton Bendish village hall could look like after improvements Picture: Parsons and Whittley

The drop-in meeting will take place at the village hall on Friday, June 1 from 4pm until 8pm.


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