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TRIMINGHAM HALL – LATEST PICTURES

Pictures appear in reverse order, with the most recent first:

MAY 2018

Monday 7th May    Stone-picking in Stone Field.  A raking party began preparing the ground to be turfed outside Trimingham Hall.

Just beginning…
During…
Phase One complete!
The Work Party

 

The Children’s Play Area takes shape

 

 

APRIL 2018

Friday April 20th    Trimingham Hall fully connected – mains water, sewerage and road junction:

 

MARCH 2018

Good Friday

March 28th  Polishing Off

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Foyer
Meeting Room
Kitchen

Main Hall

 

FEBRUARY 2018

 

Drone shot by Leigh Caudwell
February 23rd

 

The Foyer
The Kitchen
The Meeting Room
The Main Hall

 

 

JANUARY 2018

Friday 26th January:

 

 

 

4th January

DECEMBER 2017

21st Dec     Tour of the Facilities

Dot in the Store Room doorway
The Store Room
Site Manager Craig in the Kitchen
Tony and Terry in the Meeting Room
The Meeting Room
The Kitchen                                                               
The Loft                                   
The Main Hall – looking West
The Main Hall – looking East
Looking out of the Main Hall onto the grounds
Looking into the Main Hall from outside

 

 

FINALLY REVEALED – Scaffolding Removed  20th Dec

 

 

 

 

 

 

EXTERIOR NEARING COMPLETION  15th Dec

 

 

WEATHER-TIGHT – Windows Fitted

 

NOVEMBER 2017

Friday 24th

From the sky

Tour of the Interior

 

 

Friday 17th

Fully Tiled

Tuesday 14th

Nearly Tiled

Remembrance Day (11th Nov)

Roofed In!

The new Village Hall is well on the way to being weather-tight:

 

Roof Structure in Place…

 

 

October 2017 – MP’s Visit to New Hall

Site Manager Craig Watson with Parish Chairman Terry Brown and MP Norman Lamb

Omnis Contract Director Jon Smith with Terry Brown and Norman Lamb

 

 

September 2017 – Cutting the Turf

Alec Reynolds cuts the turf
Celebration
Chairman Terry marks the occasion

 

 

August 2017 – Clearing the Ground

With the tail-end of the bird-nesting season still on us, no heavy equipment could be permitted on site – which meant the scrub all had to be removed by hand under the supervision of a professional ecologist.