New Build Project at Impstone

With planning permission having been obtained in February 2015, we are actively fundraising and making plans for our new building to go ahead.


Our Fundraising Chart shows how much we have currently raised against our target of £90,000.  FUNDRAISING TOTALISER



Due to the rising cost of the supply of the potential new build, the setting and Parent Committee have approached the Parish Council with regards to the possibility of adding an extension on to the current Pamber Heath Memorial Hall.


We are in talks with them about the options open to both if we proceed down this route, so please bear with us while we work through our various options.


We appreciate this project has already been several years in the making, but like the saying goes "all good things come to those who wait!!"


We will keep you updated with our progress as we get it!


We will still continue to fundraise for our dream which will all help towards making this all happen:) 


Many thanks




Following on from discussions with the Parish Council and the Hall Committee, they have agreed to looking in to an extension to house the preschool and various other needs the hall has. 


At present we are working with our architect to cost the project, with a view to creating building plans.


More exciting updates to follow!!




Plans are being drawn up as I type and we hope to be submitting these in the next few weeks for planning consent! Fingers crossed!!!




Planning permission for a complete renovation and extension to the hall have been accepted:) 


We are in the process of working with the Parish Council and Hall Committee to organise the funds and also looking to source builders for this work.


Elliots very kindly donated the sand and cement to allow us to erect our fence around our new area, initially for the garden, but now the new preschool boundary.

K&P Holmes gave a generous donation towards our new build project:)

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