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Ahead of Ferring Village Hall’s centenary next year, we are looking to renew the old flint wall, fronting the road and southern boundaries of the village hall site. Sadly, the wall is now in state of disrepair and collapse in places and a complete rebuild is the only realistic solution.
The Trustees were delighted with the previous fundraising campaign for the solar panels which, through the amazing generosity of the Parish Council, Rampion, local businesses and individual donors, enabled the solar panels to be installed this year. We thank everyone involved.
The Trustees are now in the process of kickstarting a new fundraising campaign; this time for renewal of the old village hall flint wall. We are looking to replace the existing wall with a brick structure with flint panel inlays, which would enhance the overall look of the village hall site and help to maintain this historic village building. Not only would this be a wonderful way to mark the village hall’s 100 years, but would also ensure that it remains an attractive and valuable asset for future generations. The village hall is a central hub for Ferring and the increase in activities and events we have seen over the past couple of years fosters the continued vibrancy of the village.
£10 will pay for a brick, £50 will pay for a flint block, and £1,000 will pay for a pier.
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Bernie Griffin and Martyn Fisk
Nov 12, 2023
We are very happy to help kickstart this fundraising campaign and look forward to seeing the shiny new wall in due course.
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