Funding for Weeting community facilities | Latest Norfolk and Suffolk News
Improvements to 2 community facilities in a Breckland village will be capable to go forward following funding grants.
Weeting Bowls Club and the village corridor have obtained each obtained grants completely £7,119 from Breckland Council.
The bowls membership will use the £four,000 to refurbish the bathrooms, and add a disabled one, and transfer them into the altering rooms to create more room within the membership home.
The £three,119 award to the village Hall, which is utilized by quite a lot of golf equipment, will allow its failing heating system to be repaired and new radiators put in.
Karen Scott, treasurer of the corridor committee, stated: “There are around 20 local groups currently using the hall. Our existing gas heaters don’t work properly so the hall no longer provides a comfortable environment for them in cold weather.”
For extra details about Breckland Council grants go to the Norfolk Foundation website.
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