Wilby: Community celebrates completion of £80k village hall refurbishment

Wilby Village Coronation Hall committee Marian Ward, Carol and Les Cropley and Nick Hopkins are cele

Wilby Village Coronation Hall committee Marian Ward, Carol and Les Cropley and Nick Hopkins are celebrating the £80k refurbishment project to update the hall first built in the 1950s. - Credit: Archant

A village hall described as a “hub for the whole community” is celebrating the completion of an £80,000 refurbishment with its star-studded relaunch next week.

Wilby Coronation Hall, which was built by the villagers in 1953, is welcoming Chris Burt, the “legendary” television producer behind Inspector Morse and Lewis to the event on Friday, December 6.

Coronation Hall committee chairman Marian Ward said everyone involved was “very excited” to be celebrating the special occasion in such distinguished company.

“I feel that the people who come will have a very enjoyable evening,” she said.

The event, which is open to all, will also feature a film screening, food, drink and a raffle. It starts at 6.30pm.


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To book a place contact Gwen Warne on 01728 638357.

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