Bishop Wilton-New Village Hall

The aim of the project was to create a new community building to service the parish of Bishop Wilton and the wider community beyond.  Such a provision was identified as being key to addressing the rural isolation that could otherwise occur in the outlying community.

The completed project saw the dilapidated village hall and out-dated sports pavilion replaced by one new and environmentally friendly, fit for purpose facility with a range of distinct characteristics beyond those typically found in a conventional village hall.

Main hall

The new facility is for the benefit of the local and surrounding communities of Bishop Wilton with a modern highly efficient community facility which would be available to all. This type of building could prove to be a very good example to other village hall committees who are looking at new builds.

External view of the new hall

Bishop Wilton Hall is a fantastic new multi-purpose facility set at the foot of the scenic Yorkshire Wolds. It has been built as both a central hub for local community activities as well as an idyllic venue for broader educational, business and recreational use.

Its eco-friendly, flexible design offers a safe, comfortable and adaptable building facility which can easily accommodate a wide variety of needs. From small formal meetings to events for 100 plus.

Modern kitchen facilities and servery

Users include, carpet bowls, youth club, yoga, book club, cookery club, archaeology, cubs, scouts, girl guides, natural history groups, various clinics, wedding reception, funerals, Sunday school and dog training classes.

Small meeting room and viewing area

For more information please visit http://www.bishopwiltonhall.co.uk/

 

Project Details

Area
Humber
Project types
Community
Manager
Penny Horne
Started
Oct 12, 2009
Finished
Apr 30, 2010
Location
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Grant Information

Scheme
FCC Community Action Fund
Grant allocated
£50,000.00
Project cost
£495,000.00

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