A village hall in Shropshire has received the Pave Aways treatment, with repair work and refurbishment carried out as part of our community support scheme.
We carried out vital repairs at Myddle Village Hall after the management committee, which oversees the running and maintenance of the former village school building as a community asset, asked for help to tackle loose plaster work and décor in its storeroom. While on site we also fitted two layers of loft insulation to make the building more heat efficient.
Chairman of Myddle Village Hall, Geoff Harding, said: “We’d like to thank Pave Aways for the work they completed as part of its support for local communities.
“The team offered excellent advice regarding ways we could improve the hall and we can now expect reduced heating costs and a better environment for our community users.”
Pave Aways’ Managing Director, Steven Owen, added: “We know how valuable assets like villages halls can be, especially to rural communities. Each year, we dedicate a portion of our time and services to community projects across the regions in which we work, and we’re pleased that the team at Myddle have been able to benefit.”