Homebuilder, Cameron Homes, has built a new £500,000 village hall for the Breedon on the Hill Parish Council creating a central hub for the local community, alongside its new development of 52 homes.
This month, the village hall was officially handed over by representatives from Cameron Homes including Adrian Harrison, the development’s site manager and the Breedon on the Hill Parish Chairman, Ray Morris.
The village hall is located within the Cameron Homes Highwoods Green development, which includes 52 four and five bedroom homes. This is the first purpose built facility in the parish, enabling them to host free activities, run local initiatives and provide a central hub for charities, families, and the community to use.
With sustainable living in mind, facilities at the village hall have been futureproofed to ensure low running costs and high levels of environmentally friendly innovation, including heat pumps, solar panels, and underfloor heating.
Adrian Harrison, Site Manager at the Cameron Homes Highwoods Green development commented: “Cameron Homes has been working with the local parish council and community for several years whilst building has taken place at the development in Breedon on the Hill, with recent activity including the Platinum Jubilee and coronation events in the village. We’re delighted to now hand over the village hall and provide them with a purpose-built space in the centre of Breedon on the Hill.
“At Cameron Homes, and the Tara Group by extension, all developments are centred around the community and building positive environments. This new village hall will allow local people, groups, and charities to come together, host events and enjoy a fantastic modern space.”
Ray Morris, Local District Councillor and Breedon on the Hill Parish Chairman added: “We are truly grateful for the generosity and hard work shown by Cameron Homes in the lead-up to the hand over. The hall has been built to an exceptional standard, with amenities that will be utilised by the parish far into the future.”