Colnbrook Village Hall is set for a £100,000 makeover after a donation from Grundon Waste Management Limited. The village hall will get a new kitchen and the bar area, meeting room and toilets will be refurbished as part of the project.
Grundon, whose facilities such as its Lakeside Energy form Waste plant are in Colnbrook, have contributed money to the £100,000 works which are due to start in September.
Ray Angell, chairman of the trustees, said: “The hall has given excellent service to the local community since it opened 1990. After almost 25 years of magnificent service to the community and local businesses alike, the trustees felt that it was beginning to show its age.
“To this end, the trustees felt it is the right time to make this investment in order to bring the venue up to the highest possible present-day standards. The trustees are confident that this will then enable the hall to serve the community for another 25 years.”
Speaking about the support Grundon is providing, Anthony Foxlee-Brown, marketing communications manager said: “Grundon has a reputation as a company that cares about the communities in which it operates. We take a great deal of pride in helping to support community initiatives such as the renovation of the Colnbrook Village Hall. We are delighted that our contribution will go some way to making a positive impact on the local community in Colnbrook.”
The makeover is due to be completed in early November.Back to news