Village hall used by Stalham football team gets makeover
A village hall used by a north Norfolk football team has been given a make-over.
Smallburgh Village Hall has undergone a repaint of changing facilities, toilets and corridors of which are regularly used by local football teams, including Stalham's under-16 team.
The village hall, whose premises had not received a revamp since the early 90s, also plays host to a wide range of other community activities, such as church meetings and local artists' groups.
The donation was made as part of Dulux Decorator Centres' Colouring the Community scheme, after local resident and Dulux Select decorator, Andrew Rushmer, who helped with the redecoration, contacted the local store situated on Whiffler Road, Norwich.
The scheme aims to help local community groups and charities restore their premises and surrounding areas.
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