This project is part-funded by the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. Cornwall Council has been chosen by Government as a Lead Authority for the fund and is responsible for monitoring the progress of projects funded through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund in

Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.


The Lambeage Hall Committee is delighted to announce that after five years of hard work and sustained dedication sufficient funds have been secured for our programme of improvements and extension to the village hall.

The plans include a small bridge and a Platform Lift to enable all abilities including wheelchair users to have access to the hall.  We have recently provided two new Toilets (one Accessible) and there will be a new Foyer and Reception Area.  Our volunteers carried out much of the refurbishment and furnishing of two downstairs rooms.

The project will start in March and complete early in 2025

Consequently the main hall will not be available but the two downstairs rooms can still be hired for use.

The contractor is Melvin Construction and they have tried to ensure that disruption is kept to a minimum.  Access to the Battery is limited during the build as  improvements are being made.  The South West Coast Path will remain open.

Financial support will still be needed to complete this stage and future projects.

Our grateful thanks go to our volunteers and to all who  have supported the work so far.

Pencil sketch of completed Lambeage Hall

Plan of proposed work

Plan of new Foyer

One of the refurbished downstairs meeting rooms

This is one of two rooms that is available to hire 

New accessible toilet with baby change facilities

This is one of two newly created toilet facilities  


One of the least glamorous, but most important activities in 2019 was the repairs to the foundations.  The Committee have bold plans to improve Lambeage Hall, in particular making it accessible for disabled people, and improving the facilities.

Before this could be commenced, we had to secure the existing building.  Our structural engineer was very concerned at the state of the foundations, and for a short time all activities in the hall had to be suspended.

With the help of vigorous fundraising, a proactive quantity surveyor, and a committed builder, we were able to complete repairs to the foundations on programme and within budget, enabling the hall to reopen for the Arts Festival that was held in July.  The scheme selected not only prevented the foundations from collapsing, but also provided an additional secure, dry storage room for the hall's ancillary equipment, such as marquees and seating.  Timber racking has since been added down the length of the 'new' room, which improves its usefulness even more.

We look forward to the next phase of our development plan