Refurbished St James’ Hall Church reopens

St James', BridgnorthThe refurbished St James’ community hall in Lodge Lane, Bridgnorth will be rededicated as a community facility and place of worship by the Bishop of Hereford on Sunday 3rdMarch at 3pm.

All members of the local community are invited to attend this celebration. The refurbishment has been made possible by grants of £100,000 each from Shropshire Council, through the Market Towns Revitalisation Project, and the Veolia Environmental Trust.

To book the hall or one of the new smaller meeting rooms, call 01746 766619 or email ray@valgill.free-online.co.uk

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