This photograph from October 1974, shows members of the Montrave Hall Management Committee discussing renovation plans. Following a 1968 internal modernisation of the hall, the concern six years later was the roof and exterior of the building - shown here in its original corrugated iron finish. Major repairs were required due to the "desperate condition" of the structure, which was built in 1910 as a 'temporary hall'. A combination of fund-raising activity, grants and support from local firms was planned in order to meet the substantial costs involved. As we now know, the money was raised, the roof replaced and the iron walls made more permanent with the addition of harled brickwork.
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