Park Street village hall holds open day

Parish Council chairman Mick Freeman unveils the plaque

Parish Council chairman Mick Freeman unveils the plaque - Credit: Archant

Park Street village hall has held its third open day to showcase a new sprung floor, which boasts underfloor heating, built with a grant from Sport England.

Committee member Barbara Vernon, trustee Dick Downs, trustee Eve Brown, parish council chairman Mick

Committee member Barbara Vernon, trustee Dick Downs, trustee Eve Brown, parish council chairman Mick Freeman, committee member Pauline Sangers, secretary Paul Ennis, trustee Rosemary Ennis, chairman Chris Brown - Credit: Archant

St Stephen parish council chairman Cllr Mick Freeman unveiled a plaque marking the improvements, alongside members of the village hall management committee: Eve Brown, Barbara Vernon, Dick Downs, Rosemary Ennis, Paul Ennis, Chris Brown, and Pauline Sangers.

After the unveiling a series of events showcasing some of the many activities available at the hall were enjoyed by members of the public.

Cakes and drinks were provided free all day, courtesy of the How Wood wives group.

Dick Downs said: “All in all, it was a very successful day.”


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A hall was initially built in 1936 for the communities of Park Street, Frogmore and Colney Street, when the village was primarily in an agricultural area.

For more information and details on upcoming events see the website.

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