The refurbishment of Nettleham Village Hall is continuing apace with the Village Hall Committee agreeing to refurbish the hall’s kitchen at their meeting on Monday evening.
Nettleham Village Hall, located near the village centre, on Brookfield Avenue, has already seen a substantial improvement with the completion of the new £85,000 pitched roof being jointly funded by Nettleham Parish Council and The Village Hall Committee. Disabled toilet facilities have been introduced and the ladies and gentleman toilets in the foyer have been refurbished too.
In the Lounge, windows have been replaced with double glazing and a new ceiling with better lighting has been put in place, paid for by funds from West Lindsey District Council’s Councillor Initiative Fund and money available to County Councillors to spend in their divisions from Lincolnshire County Council. A further significant improvement has been replacing the interconnecting, concertina door which separated the Lounge from the Hall with a new solid, dividing door mechanism. This has reduced noise transmission between the two rooms allowing both spaces to be rented out to different clients concurrently.