News from Brambleton

Brambleton Renovation – update 14th November 2017


This update provides a statement on the work completed, the work underway, and the work being planned in the renovation of Brambleton Hall.

Work completed

  1. All the roof areas at Brambleton Hall has been replaced.
  2. Artificial grass has been put down in the main play area used by the nursery and youth clubs
  3. Heating system has been serviced, flue re-routed, radiators flushed out, the system rebalanced and some preparatory work in kitchen completed

Work underway

  1. Remainder of play area to be paved
  2. Windows have been repaired and painting of all low-level windows in progressing
  3. Car park has been cleaned up and the majority of holes filled
  4. Kitchen renovation
    • Kitchen units have been donated by B&Q
    • Kitchen to be installed over Christmas break
  5. Emergency Exit doors are to be replaced

Work planned

  1. New Toilets
    • Plan is agreed for 1 disabled toilet and 3 unisex toilets in existing toilet area
    • Target installation is the Easter break 2018
    • Grant applications are being made
  2. New entry doors and hall entry doors
  3. Renovation of Vestry
  4. Construction of new extension to house the boxing club
    • Application for funding is with Sport England.
  5. New play area for nursery
    • The plan is to locate the new play area on part of Brambleton Park (the ex-landfill site)
    • Further discussions with Waverley Council are to be arranged to secure the required land

Report on work done at Brambleton Hall September 2017

Over the past two weeks the Community Rehabilitation group, Tony Williams and Keith Newman have worked to lay artificial grass on the play area at Brambleton Hall.  This will provide an all weather play area for the children at the Lollipop Nursery.  The materials were paid for by the parish with approval at the last PCC meeting.  The nursery team, led by Belinda Mcginn, are very pleased with the result.


A view of the grass when finished

        Barmbleton Hall 2

A view of the area in use


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