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Fetternear Hall has a new lease of life after refurbishments

By Kirsty Brown

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Fetternear Hall was gearing up for its grand opening when it was forced to close as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

The hall has been undergoing refurbishments for some time now, and the committee were looking forward to welcoming the public in on their open day on April 25 but have been forced to close the doors for a little while longer.

The opening event has now been postponed until later in the year.

The refurbishment has brought a fresh lease of life to the kitchen and the small hall.

Amongst the changes are a new main point of access into the small hall and a hatch linking the small hall to the kitchen, both of which will increase safety and improve hygiene maintenance in the kitchen.

A new roof and windows will prevent damp in the future after previous issues.

All contributors – large and small – to the renovations have been recognised in a wall art piece and a banner on the wall.

The committee is ready to welcome back to the hall various groups that use it as a regular venue as well as those attending one-off events.

Fetternear Hall refurbishment. Pictures: Kirsty Brown
Fetternear Hall refurbishment. Pictures: Kirsty Brown

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