Upper Breamish Valley near Alnham Moor (by James Bone)


Ingram Village Hall Refurbishment 


Sustainable Development Fund

SDF Logo

Ingram Village Hall has been successful in accessing funding from the Northumberland National Parks Sustainable Development Fund for structural improvements to the hall.

In conjunction with the funding from COMMA, the funding from the Sustainable Development Fund will pay for the installation of

  • a new floor complete with under floor insulation
  • stripping out of wood cladding on the walls, replacement with fully insulated plasterboard and redecoration
  • a new sustainable energy "Air to Air" system  

The work will take place between Jan - March, consequently the hall will be closed for events during this time. These measures will contribute to making our hall a much warmer and more inviting venue for all community activities.

The Village Hall committee are committed to ensuring that all improvements to the hall should be as energy efficient and environmentally sustainable as possible. We live in a magnificent open space that we wish to conserve and promote and therefore all improvements to the hall should be in line with conservation principles.

We aim to develop conscience raising of the importance of protecting both the environment and natural resources within and beyond our local community. The village hall should become something for the community to be proud of, and an example to us all of energy efficiency and conservation.

We shall be calling on the community for help in the "destruction" work to allow the contractors to do the skilled construction work that will make such a difference.

Village hall from West

On Saturday 12th December, The National Parks Sustainable Development Project Team came to Ingram to fomally hand over the cheque to the Village Hall Committee.

The project team were very impressed with the village hall committee's vision and commitment.

Handing over the cheque       Smiles all round

(Photographs courtesy of Northumberland National Park)




Links to other sites of interest:-

Northumberland Tourist Information  

Sustrans Route 68

The Sandstone Way

Breamish Valley 

Cheviot Walks

Accommodation in the area:-

Bed and Breakfast:-

Ingram House B and B

Self Catering:-

www.cheviotholidaycottages  .co.uk