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Re-development of Freshford Memorial Hall incorporating surgery and pre-school extensions

posted 15 Apr 2018, 04:38 by Parish Council Communications
Consultation on a Draft Community Right to Build Order

The trustees of Freshford Village Memorial Hall, and their supporting development sub-committee have prepared a Community Right to Build Order (CRtB order) to fulfil their vision to enhance, modernise and extend the existing Freshford Village Memorial Hall facility to provide a welcoming and attractive multi-purpose focus for local community activity complementing its outstanding rural setting. The intention is to embark upon a phased programme to be carried out over the next 5 years, incorporating refurbishment of the existing village hall building, with extensions to provide a separate doctor’s surgery and dedicated pre-school space. This project will significantly improve and ensure the long term viability of a building which acts as the community hub for the villages of Freshford and Limpley Stoke. 

We are now seeking community feedback on our proposals. Please let us know your views.

Consultation Details

The local Consultation on the Draft Community Right to Build Order will run from Monday 16th April to Monday 28th May 2018.

The full Draft Community Right to Build Order and supporting documents can be viewed:

online now at http://www.freshfordvillagehall.co.uk/the-future

in the Galleries Cafe during opening hours from Wednesday 18th April

at a drop-in community event at the Memorial Hall on Wednesday 2nd May from 3-6pm.


You now have the opportunity to indicate whether you support the Draft Order, and to provide feedback on the Order and supporting documentation.

Feedback can be provided online (preferred) at http://www.freshfordvillagehall.co.uk/the-future/crtbo-feedback

or using a hard copy form available in the Galleries Shop and Cafe. Feedback should be received no later than 28th May 2018.

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