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Work on the refurbishment of a vital West Norfolk community hub has begun this week.

Tens of thousands of pounds are being spent on revamping the village hall in Great Massingham, which has served the community there for nearly a century.

The work is largely being funded by a grant from the WREN FCC Community Action Fund and will provide improved kitchen and toilet facilities, plus a better entrance.

Officials hope the work, which they expect will be completed by mid-June, will encourage more people to use the building.

Trustees and project officials outside Great Massingham village hall as refurbishment work begins. Pictured from left are, project contractor Paul Quinn, project manager Christian Mountney, hall manager and trustee Vic Cross, Philip Ward, chairman of the hall’s trustees, trustee Arthur Allen and trustees’ secretary Robin Arbenz
Trustees and project officials outside Great Massingham village hall as refurbishment work begins. Pictured from left are, project contractor Paul Quinn, project manager Christian Mountney, hall manager and trustee Vic Cross, Philip Ward, chairman of the hall’s trustees, trustee Arthur Allen and trustees’ secretary Robin Arbenz

Philip Ward, chairman of the hall’s trustees said: “This project will provide a real boost to the people of Massingham and surrounding villages.

“It’s fantastic that WREN has awarded us this money and we’re really looking forward to our improved hall taking shape in the next few months.

“We are also grateful to our own parish council for their fantastic support and to the people of Massingham who have worked hard to raise funds and to get this project underway.”



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