9th January 2017
Clanfield Crimea Barn - Latest news on Crimea Barn
- Author: Danny Stallard
- Published: 26th May 2017
Latest news on Crimea Barn
I would like to say a Massive Huge thank you to all those that have supported me, throughout my Campaign fundraiser, towards the Crimea Barn Project in Clanfield, and those that have shown interest as well as helping to generate awareness.
The Crimea Barn Project continues to progress and I will be updating and posting reports so you all can see just how well the campaign is doing. I would like to show my appreciation again to Councillor Guy Shepherd who set out the challenge of raising a target amount. I would like to thank you all individually in reaching a total crowdfunding amount of £1,255.00 which together with a £1,000.00 donation from Guy Shepherd makes a fantastic £2,255.00
I feel really proud and overjoyed to see the results after these past months and hope this support will continue.
Thank you all very much!
This Victorian flint 'Crimea Barn', part of Down Farm and a landmark building in the village, is under threat of demolition as part of the housing development. Clanfield Parish Council has until the beginning of February 2016 to confirm to Barrett Homes it will take responsibility for it. Once restored, potential uses are as a parish office, village museum and offices. Bats could also be encouraged back to the building.
All offers of help, please, to: firstname.lastname@example.orgWe are asking for help and practical support from our villagers to preserve this important part of our agricultural heritage. Organisations and others able to assist with person-power, materials or other offers of practical help will be very welcome and contributions recognised.
Further details can be found at: www.clanfieldparishcouncil.org.uk
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