New £10,000 conservatory to be built at Lemsford Hall
PUBLISHED: 15:00 15 March 2014
A conservatory costing more than £10,000 will be built at a village hall to “hide its ugly entrance”, it was agreed last week.
Lemsford Hall, in Brocket Road, will have a brick, glass and white panelled extension added on to the front of it.
Members of Hatfield Town Council agreed to spend £10,400 on the venture at a meeting of the Leisure Committee on Wednesday.
The town council is responsible for the upkeep of the hall in Lemsford.
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