Rockland St Mary village hall

Rockland St Mary’s village hall, known as the Margaret Mack Room, has received a WREN Grant of £7,931 towards their new kitchen, which replaced their previously tired cupboards and worktops. The previous kitchen was already second-hand when they received it some years ago, and was becoming difficult to maintain.

Although Rockland St Mary is only a small village of less than 900 people, the hall is used daily by the primary school next door, and is also hired out to a number of groups and organisations, for many purposes – including the village panto!

The new kitchen means that they are better equipped to cope with fundraising events and parties, and can actually prepare and cook food on-site, rather than bringing in hot from home, as was the case before.

Before the grant

And after

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Norfolk & Suffolk
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Aug 13, 2007
Sep 01, 2007
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Small Grant Scheme
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