Newly refurbished Parish Hall now open following official launch.


The residents of Trowell and Trowell Parish Council are celebrating following the reopening of the newly refurbished Parish Hall.

The Hall is officially up and running following a launch party attended by the Mayor of Broxtowe and the Chairman of Trowell Parish Council.

The Parish Hall now offers an exciting new venue layout with new meeting rooms which can accommodate a wide variety of events and activities, the work involved in creating this new style layout was funded by a £80,700 grant from FCC Communities Foundation.

Councillor Don Pringle, Chairman of Trowell Parish Council is delighted that the project is now in use.

He says: “This vital facility is going to make a real difference to those who use it, as well as the wider Trowell community. We are extremely grateful to FCC Communities Foundation for providing funding as we would not have been able to go ahead without its support.”

The internal remodelling will allow for more groups to use the hall at the same time, thus increasing the availability and capacity of this much frequented, busy and well-loved hall. The improvements include new access arrangements, new meeting rooms and storage facilities. The hall is now fully open and available for use and regular hirers of the hall, which include many local groups providing important services to villagers are already benefitting from the much-improved venue.

Pictured below are Cllr. Michael Brown, Mayor, Broxtowe Borough Council and Cllr. Don Pringle, Chairman of Trowell Parish Council