£15k grant helps brighten Spilsby’s Franklin Hall
This article was published on December 20, 2013 and information contained within may be out of date.
A group of trustees officially marked and thanked a recycling company for its grant which helped to brighten inside Franklin Hall, Spilsby, last Wednesday.
The £15,000 grant from WREN (Waste Recycling Environmental Ltd) was used to install 32 suspended lights and six wall lights inside the hall, which are all attached to dimmer switches to allow for full control of light.
The lighting was installed by Intellect Electrical Services of Binbrook in August and September.
“The lighting has been a huge benefit to the hall as the previous ones were 15 years old, and it will help all the user groups,” said Sue Oliver, hall manager.
The project initially came about after local Spilsby Town Councillor Geraldine Willis had heard that WREN were looking to help community projects in Lincolnshire on a radio programme.
The Franklin Hall is a registered charity which is run by a voluntary group of trustees for the community of Spilsby.