Hall Refurbishment Plans

Hall Refurbishment Plans

Tynemouth Village Hall has been serving the community since 1928 and is currently used for a wide variety of community activities including children's groups, day care for the elderly, dance, drama and exercise classes, private functions and community events. The Hall is the only facility available for community use in Tynemouth and, due to the limitations of its current layout, cannot accommodate the number of groups wanting to use the space.

The building is in urgent need of repair to make the structure safe and upgrading to provide flexible spaces suitable for a variety of groups to use the facilities simultaneously. Holy Saviour's Parochial Church Council is proposing ambitious building works which will secure the Hall for future generations and provide for an increased and broadened community use.

Naturally, such an ambitious plan will need a wide range of funding streams and we will soon be launching a community fundraising strategy which will include an online appeal and community events. It's going to take a lot of effort to achieve our aims, but we are going to have fun on the journey.

The outline plans and computer generated images of the proposals are below. If you have any comments, ideas or questions about these plans, please contact our vicar, Steve Dixon.