Westwood Parish Rooms BA15 2AF

There is currently a project underway to improve the Westwood Parish rooms adjacent to the church to create a multi-function facility that can be used for a variety of community uses in a pleasant and picturesque setting. The rooms were originally built at the end of the nineteenth century and are in much need of improvement. There are a number of fundraising activities being organised and involvement from everyone in the Westwood Parish is most welcome.

If you would like to know more, support or financially contribute to the project please contact Richard Askew - 01225 863350

Description of the improvements (Link to the PDF Brochure)

 

Parish Rooms update

Local people will know that the Parish Rooms and surrounding space have undergone some improvement work. We are delighted to report that the works are nearly finished and have been completed within budget.

 The improvements include new catering standard kitchen facilities, new toilets and baby changing facilities and disabled access, making it the ideal venue for events, activities, meetings or clubs.

The Parish Rooms is now taking bookings and you can take advantage of a fantastic introductory offer make a booking for an event during 2017 and book it by 31st July, get 10% off!

For bookings or further information, contact Wendy Manister:

Phone: 07976 168652

Email: westwoodparishrooms@gmail.com

Follow us on Facebook or Twitter @westwood_pr to obtain further information and regular updates.

Come and see the great facilities on offer during the Church Fete on 15th July the Rooms will be open and you will be able to look around, ask questions or perhaps make a booking!

There will be an official opening later in the year and local people and organisations will be invited.  This event will not take place on Saturday 3rd June as has been incorrectly reported elsewhere.

Westwood Parish Room Trustees


Article published: 24 May 2017

THE PARISH ROOM feb/mar 17

 The renovation of the Parish Room is now well under way; both inside and out. The improvements will mean that 40-50 seated people can be accommodated. The new side extension for the kitchen has been planned to suit outside caterers as well as being user-friendly for non professionals.

The path to the church is now complete and the next job is the north door and the patio.

It is hoped that all the work will finished by Easter and we anticipate that the project will be within budget.

The Trustees would like to thank all those who have contributed to facilitate this work.

 The Westwood Parish Room Trustees

January 2017


Article published: 27 Jan 2017

WESTWOOD PARISH ROOM

 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2017

The first AGM of the Trustees of Westwood Parish Room will be held in Westwood Church at 7pm on Wednesday 18th January 2017.

The Agenda will be:

 1.     Chairman's welcome and introduction of trustees to visitors.

2.     Chairman's report.

3.     Treasurer's report and financial statement.

4.     Project Manager's report.

5.     Plans for management of the Room.

6.     Expression of interest from potential users.

7.     Questions from the floor.

8.     Any other business.

 All members of the Parish are welcome to attend.

D. W. Chalmers
Secretary
4 January 2017


Article published: 07 Jan 2017

Parish Room fundraising

Curry and Quiz Night, Saturday 21 January 2017 7pm at Westwood Social Club. Tickets available at the village shop, Social Club and the pub.

£12.50 per person includes food.  Teams of up to 6 people. Fun prizes All proceeds in  aid of the Parish Rooms.


Article published: 05 Jan 2017

Westwood Parish Room

Work on the building extension is going to plan with plumbing, wiring and plastering in progress. The aim is to complete the building work early in the new year followed by fitting out the kitchen and toilets. The room should be available for use well before Easter, and we are planning a grand opening party in May. Further fundraising events are being planned to allow the the interior fit-out to be enhanced

The groundwork for disabled access has started with the demolition of the wall and paving outside the church west door and should be complete, including the ramp at the church gate, before Christmas.

David Chalmers


Article published: 22 Nov 2016

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