Carmen one and all will be able to use the Hall, not just to visit the Museum!
It will provide a base for smaller and fundraising events, for social event with other Liveries and Guilds, building on good fellowship.
Who knows we may even be able to hold Thirst Thursday?
You may even wish to host a trade event of your own.
We have a long road ahead of us. The windows need repairing, we need power, lighting, heating, the walls need plastering and we need flooring. This will cost us an estimated £300,000.00 then all we need is the fixtures fittings and furniture.Please help us make our vision a reality by making a donation
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