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Eco-friendly Hall Toddington, Gloucestershire

PUBLISHED: 17:17 29 January 2010 | UPDATED: 16:05 20 February 2013

People living in Toddington, near Winchcombe, celebrated the cultimation of five years' hard work with the opening of their new multi-use eco-friendly village hall.PHOTOGRAPHY AND CAPTIONS: ELSE BLACKSHAW

People living in Toddington, near Winchcombe, celebrated the cultimation of five years' hard work with the opening of their new multi-use eco-friendly village hall.



The new 600,000 hall was opened by Henry Elwes, Gloucestershire's Lord Lieutenant and George Alvis, a past chairman of the Village Hall Committee. They unveiled a commemorative stone to the applause of over 140 villagers, funders and supporters at the official opening.



The new building, next to the Toddington base of Isbourne Valley School, replaces the former 19th Century Village Hall which only had capasity for 50 people and which was once part of the stables of Toddington Manor.

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