As I write in early September the car park at the Eaton Bray Village Hall is being resurfaced, this will....
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Eaton Bray Village Hall Car Park Nearly There

Posted on September 10, 2012

This article was published in September 2012. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

As I write in early September the car park at the Eaton Bray Village Hall is being resurfaced, this will include a larger area for parking, along with dedicated disabled parking spaces. We had hoped to be able to have the job finished by the end of August… but the best laid plans of mice and men! When it is finally finished, this will be the end of a 10 plus year period of planning, fundraising and refurbishment of the Village Hall and we will have carried out the works we promised back in 2004. In that time many people have worked extremely hard to achieve what is now a superb village hall fit for the 21st century. All the trustees, both past and present, have given of their time and energy, far beyond the normal and I truly know that without their enthusiasm and dedication we would not have the hall we have now.

Not that this is the end; we will still be looking to improve the Hall and will keep fundraising to that effect, but perhaps not so fervently as before! We will certainly keep up the Quizzes with our friends from Eaton Bray Tennis Club and the Beer Festival, which will be celebrating its 10th anniversary next May 31st and June 1st!

Just a quick reminder that the next Quiz is on Saturday 17th November and tickets can be obtained by contacting me, Ross.

One last thing on the Car park: We have installed width restricting bollards to keep heavy lorries off the new surface, so please be aware on entering and leaving!

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