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The National Park Authority administers Sustainable Development Fund grants in Pembrokeshire. To read summary details of the projects supported by the fund, choose a project title from the list below.


 

Saundersfoot Regency Hall Community Regeneration Project

Saundersfoot’s community village hall (The Regency Hall) was originally designed and built over 50 years ago by local people. The original building has now been demolished and is being replaced by a new modern, energy efficient and sustainably designed community building. The new building is being constructed to BREEAM Very Good standard and will provide significantly improved facilities for residents, visitors, community groups, local businesses and many others. SDF funding will contribute towards completion of the refurbishment, ensuring that the hall will be able to deliver for its wide range of users and be financially sustainable into the future. The funding will be used to complete the fit for purpose kitchen, for a theatrical sound and lighting system and an electric mobility scooter to benefit residents and visitors with limited mobility. The kitchen equipment will support a small café for the hall users and enable catering for larger hall bookings such as weddings and conferences. The sound and lighting equipment will greatly enhance productions by local amateur dramatic societies and also benefit the local schools as well as facilitating other activities including concerts, meetings, film shows, conferences, drama or exercise classes etc. All will enhance social cohesion, promote inter-generational activities within the community, encourage greater inclusivity and are essential for longer term financial viability.

Project Total Cost: £74,008.00

Grant Awarded: £37,872.00

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