Local Village Hall



Originally constructed in 1921 to remember the local villagers that had fallen during the first world war, this refurbished community hall in Cheshire will continue to be a popular meeting place and multi-use facility for the local residents and visitors from further afield. Working alongside the Main Contractor, Conservation teams and Local Council the windows have been sympathetically replaced using modern glazing and sealing techniques whilst maintaining the visual aesthetics and character of the original frames. Together with the newly fitted external cladding this village hall will now remain a local landmark for many years to come.


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