"...even this new hall wasn't quite large enough to hold the enormous crowd that turned up for the sale. Besides being packed to capacity inside, there was a queue many yards long outside waiting to be allowed in - and there was a slight drizzle of rain; that's how enthusiastic these Largo and Lundin Links people were to support their church."
The sale was opened by Mrs A.H. Muriset (of the Lundin Links Hotel) who was introduced by Rev. George Watt. Mrs Muriset remarked that many people, like herself, would remember the hall as a school, and later as an A.R.P centre during the war. Rev. Watt apologised for the ongoing work at the entrance to the hall, where drains and water pipes were still being laid. He joked that he hoped no one had fallen into one of the many holes in the ground that remained around the entrance. The hall has continued to be well-used by the community over the past 50+ years. If you have memories of events held here, please comment.