2012 - The Hall underwent a complete make-over. It was totally redecorated, with new double-glazed windows, curtains, blinds and even window-seat cushions.
The old eight-foot flourescent lights went - replaced with modern track fittings which, besides providing full illumination when needed, can also create subdued lighting for more intimate occasions.
A 4200 lumen overhead projector was installed, with a 2.4m wide drop-down screen, and mixer and amplifier to enable presentations to be displayed easily from laptops - whether for business meetings or for showing wedding pictures on the day! There is an extra charge for the use of the AV equipment, but it can certainly add to the quality of your experience at Chedzoy Village Hall !
2014 - Using money from a legacy from Sidney Mason Collins, during July and August, the Hall was closed whilst the kitchen area was enlarged, new toilets - including provision for disabled people - were installed, and a bar area was created. All the kitchen equipment was modernised, using hygenic stainless steel, and an up-to-date high-speed dishwasher, instant hot water unit, and a new oven, were installed.