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Wereham Village Hall

Location: Norfolk
Completion Status: Completed May 2018 Occupancy: The hall opened its doors June 2018
Architect: Parsons + Whittley Consultant: Alan Clarke
Contractor: Walker Construction Client: Wereham Village Hall Committee
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Wereham Village Hall, near Downham Market in Norfolk, achieved practical completion on 22 May 2018 after five years in planning and nine months on site, and received its Passivhaus certification in July 2018.

Replacing a First World War YMCA hut - still standing opposite - the new £851,000 building has a capacity to accommodate approximately 200 people and will offer a wide range of activities for the local community, including a youth group, craft group, adult education classes, an upcycling craft group and heritage group.

Designed by PHT member Parsons + Whittley, the building has a steel structure on concrete foundations, and is finished externally in timber, brick and flint - typical of the North Norfolk area.

 

Team

Client: Wereham Village Hall Committee
Architect: Parsons + Whittley
Contractor: Walker Construction
Passivhaus consultants: Alan Clarke
Certifier: MEAD Ltd

Wereham Village Hall exterior | Parsons + Whittley
Wereham Village Hall flint finish | Parsons + Whittley Wereham Village Hall roof internal | Parsons + Whittley

 

Further information

Previous PHT story: Passivhaus aspirations for Wereham Village Hall - 21 April 2016

Wereham Village Hall


 

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