This hall was built in 1886 and has had some improvements over the years. However users often complained about the poor facilities and, as a result the hall was losing custom. A phased programme of work has been carried out since 2011:
- new kitchen
- improvements to insulation
- new heating system
It was decided to have heating provided by an Air Source Heat Pump which serves two fan units in the ceiling and one compression pump outside. The system has been shown to provide sufficient heat for the hall from outside. An instant response by the system is more effective for a small hall which is used at different times of the day. Of course it is more carbon efficient, and in turn ensures that fuel bills are reduced. The community use has significantly improved.