We’re pleased to let you know that an extensive refurbishment of the village hall has been undertaken during recent months while the hall was closed. The hall now has new flooring throughout, a new kitchen, new ladies, gents and disabled toilets, a baby changing unit, new LED lighting and complete redecoration – even the cork on the noticeboards has been renewed! Some photos are shown below. The funds for the refurbishment came from a Kent County Council grant, Community Infrastructure Levy, and a Covid-related Government grant, and was organised by Fawkham Parish Council as sole trustee of the village hall charity.

The hall is available for hire (subject to Government guidance) at reasonable rates, with a discount for Fawkham residents. You can find full details here: https://fawkhampc.org.uk/village-hall/.

Fawkham Parish Council

village hall with wood effect floor

The main hall, October 2020

kitchen with wooden cupboards and black worktops Black cooker with double oven and extractor hood

disabled toilet facility with grey walls and white grab handles

Disabled toilet, October 2020

Baby change unit, October 2020

Two basins with mirrors over them in ladies loo

Ladies’ loos