Madingley Village Hall Upgrade

Madingley is a very small village with a population of approximately 180 inhabitants. The village hall is the only venue in Madingley for meetings, voting, fund-raising and social events which needs a huge injection of effort and funding to survive.

The kitchen had been condemned by South Cambs District Council as not complying with modern standards. The steps both to the front of and inside the building make it difficult for elderly and wheelchair-bound users to access the kitchen and toilets.


The kitchen floor has been raised to match the hall floor, fitted with new kitchen units, tops and flooring. The old water and central heating boiler was also replaced and put outside. The oil tank and base is being replaced by the Parish Council.

A new unisex disabled toilet has been added, with level access to the side of the building.French windows replaced an existing window to provide access to the outside and a new emergency exit.

Project Details

Area
Cambridgeshire
Project types
Community
Administrator
Lyn Hannant
Manager
Sarah Gosling
Started
May 15, 2009
Finished
Jun 12, 2009
Location
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Grant Information

Scheme
Community Fund
Grant allocated
£22,482.00
Project cost
£65,208.00

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