Great things are happening and the room should be back open for use very soon!
We have a Clean Up day planned for Staurday 9th February 10-1pm Please come along for as long as you age able.
Work on the replastering the internal wall started on 3rd December and was finished in early January 2019. We thank Dale Burford and Surebuild Ltd for their hard work. once the plaster is dry and we have refixed the electrics and fittings, we will be open for business in February.
The new drain has been dug to improve drainage around the kitchen and toilet. We thank the late Tony Bates, Aquablast and Jon Bethell for helping with this.
The second window will be back in early 2019. We thank JH Stained Glass of Bristol for their help on this work.
We are now urgently in need of £3000 to pay for this work.
All donations gratefully received. Find us on Just Giving
We hope you will enjoy our fundraising events.
Quiz Night in Weare Memorial Hall
22nd February. 7.30pm
Bar and Raffle
Fish & Chip supper and great entertainment for £10.
Stranger on the Shore – An Illustrated Talk and Concert - Weare Churchroom
11.30 am - Soup Lunch FREE ADMISSION Donations welcomed
Whilst the room is currently closed for functions, we can take bookings from 1st April 2019. if you wish to view it, it is generally open between 10am and 11.30am on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month or by arrangement with Anna Fox, Sarah Pettifer or Ruth Orriss.
Why are we undertaking this project?
The Churchroom at Weare was in need of major renovation and we are looking at an exciting project which will not only make it fully accessible, but also make it a hub for the whole Parish.
This Grade 2 listed building in the churchyard of St Gregory’s Church, in Weare was built 175 years ago as a school room. We hope to make it a fresh and accessible building for use by the whole community of Crook Peak Parish.
The problems that we are tacling include:-
1. No adequate disabled access.
2. No adequate emergency exits.
3. A single toilet that is only acessible through the kitchen and is exceedingly damp.
4. A kitchen that is not adequate to serve the size of the room.
5. Crumbling and draughty windows.
6. Walls that are lined with asbestos.
It could be a great venue for up to 60 people, close to the Rectory and St Gregory's Church. Ideal for funerals, baptisms and small weddings, as well as a range of meetings, events and parties and even children's work in the future.
If you have skills or talents that could help this project, please get in touch.