Henbury Church Hall has a make-over!

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St Thomas Church Hall has recently undergone a major re-furbishment. Built in 1980, and enlarged in 1989, the building had become "tired" and in need of a facelift. The works have cost in excess of £30,000 and have been welcomed by all hall-users.

Funded in part by a grant from the Diocese of Chester following the sale of the Vicarage, the works have included:

  • New safety floor-coverings
  • New toilet-fittings and partitions
  • New vanity units
  • Re-decoration
  • New window and stage curtains
  • Wheelchair-accessible disabled toilet with baby-changing facilities

New wall-lights are soon to be installed in the hall, along with new folding doors to the chair-store.

In addition the hall has also had wifi installed, and has a recently re-furbished kitchen with dishwasher.

The hall is available for hire for parties and other functions by contacting Mrs Jackie Hulme on 01625 429075.

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