More than �10,000 raised for Lympstone village hall
MORE than �10,000 has been raised to go towards the modernisation of Lympstone s village hall. The amount has been collected through personal donations, a village lottery event and a number of other fundraising ventures, organised by different groups and
MORE than �10,000 has been raised to go towards the modernisation of Lympstone's village hall.
The amount has been collected through personal donations, a village lottery event and a number of other fundraising ventures, organised by different groups and societies.
The hall is in need of critical repair work - refurbishment which is likely to amount to around �90,000.
Jill Wilson, coordinator of the fundraising committee, said there were several events coming up to keep the money rolling in.
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"We are hoping to raise another �3000 by June through a concert by The Shantymen; a wine tasting evening, an Ellingtonia concert and an open garden event with cream tea.
"There will be a Greek meal with a screening of Mama Mia and audience in appropriate costume; scrabble evening, bridge evening with supper, and last but not least a sponsored swim by someone in the village who hopes to raise �500!"
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Jill added: "Lympstone is a village with a strong identity and great community spirit - people pulling together to save the village hall for people now and for future generations.