Cubert Village Hall

Cubert Village Hall

Lead Organisation: Cubert Village Hall

Investment Priority: Community and Place

Fund: Community Levelling Up

SPF awarded: £73,260

Location: Cubert, Newquay

Cubert Village Hall is used for a variety of activities for the benefit of the local community and the surrounding districts. The hall is also hired out for events by local families and various groups.

The condition of the car park creates risk for all users and is potentially unsafe for disabled people to use. The rear car park cannot currently be used as disabled access to the building.

The excess growth of the surrounding hedgerows has been cut back creating further untarmacked space which can be brought into use.

This project will, firstly, resurface the whole car park with tarmac, making it safer for all users together with increasing the size of the car park and number of spaces available by approximately 25% as well as providing more disabled parking.

The second part of the improvement is to remove the hall’s suspended ceiling and replace it with insulated material. This will raise the ceiling height making the hall available for sports which are often requested, but currently unable to be offered such as badminton, netball and volleyball. It will also enable the use of bouncy castles for events which is again limited by the current ceiling height.

The grant funding will help deliver an upgraded community facility that provides increased benefits for local residents and hall users, along with enhanced income streams supporting the hall’s continued financial sustainability.

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