The 1st phase of the refurbishment is now complete and we have reopened, (although still observing Covid-19 advice.)

Phase 1 has seen many changes to the village hall including new windows, a new boiler installed and photovoltaic cells on the roof, this along with new LED lights are all helping towards the energy efficiency of the hall and our efforts to help tackle climate change.

The main hall has new audio/visual equipment including a new ceiling-mounted projector and screen, there is also a hearing loop installed. New stage curtains have been hung and new tables and chairs delivered. The hall floor has been re-sanded and sealed.

Harbour View Bar has had some remodelling to increase the floor area and new furniture to complement the ambience for a relaxing drink.

The short mat bowls room on the 1st floor has benefited from new Velux windows giving much-improved ventilation and light to the room.

The 1st-floor meeting room is now available to hire as a small meeting room.

These 1st floor rooms including the Skittles room (which has new ‘bumpers’) can now be reached using the Stannah stair lift improving the disabled access.

The whole building has benefited from a refreshing coat of paint and the toilets have all been updated.


The second phase due to start imminently will include the disabled ramp at the front of the hall leading to the newly installed automatic front door and also the replacement of the oil tank.

We would like to thank the following organisations that have funded the refurbishment


We hope you will agree the refurbishment works completed at the hall will futureproof the hall for the coming years continuing its place at the hub of our community.