Ashbourne War Memorial Hall extension

Hall 1

Creating a social and sporting community hub in Ashbourne

This project did not receive enough votes to be funded.

64 votes received

Project details

Suggested by Alistair

Sponsored by Ashbourne War Memorial Centre Incorporated

Budget

$56,950.00

The Ashbourne War Memorial Hall is proudly owned and run by the community of Ashbourne in the Fleurieu Peninsula. It is the only community facility in the town and has the potential to become the heart of social and sporting activities for residents and the local school.

We plan to extend the hall to create a covered indoor/outdoor dining area and servery, overlooking the historic Ashbourne cricket ground. Safe walking access will be created from the school. The facilities will be available to residents, the school and local sporting clubs for sports days, fundraising events, private functions and more.

This project did not receive enough votes to be funded.

64 votes received

Project details

Suggested by Alistair

Sponsored by Ashbourne War Memorial Centre Incorporated

Budget

$56,950.00

Comments

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Michael Holloway

20 Nov 2017

i have many wounderful memorys with famly and friends at the ashbourne ovel. it would be fantastic to see it get a new lease on life so those memarys can live on for my kids and there children. its a beautful part of our world.

Trainer Stacey

20 Nov 2017

Definitely keen to see some love given to this building !!

Rebecca North

09 Nov 2017

Would love to see the facilities upgraded at ashborn cricket club as it’s a beautiful area shared by all!

Robin Crompton

08 Nov 2017

Community needs upgraded facilities

Benjamin Ottaway

08 Nov 2017

Great concept, this would set the hall up for future activities and events.

Dannii Wilkie

08 Nov 2017

What a great idea for our community

Adam Wright

08 Nov 2017

Would love to see some development in Ashbourne, a much needed boost to this little but growing community.

Tony Randall

07 Nov 2017

A fantastic community venture with lasting benefits

John Iddles

07 Nov 2017

A worthy cause

Andrew Stidston

07 Nov 2017

This is a great idea