Campaign launched to restore Lammas Park pavilion

By Dimitris Kouimtsidis

26th Aug 2021 | Local News

The campaign was launched in January and has already raised more than £2,500
The campaign was launched in January and has already raised more than £2,500

A CAMPAIGN has been launched to restore and bring back into wider public use the Edwardian pavilion in Lammas Park.

Over time the pavilion has become neglected and run down, which is what this campaign is trying to overturn.

The project which launched in January, has now been approved by the Mayor's 'Make London' funding programme, which helps support recovery following the pandemic.

Ealing Borough which owns the building, has also voiced its support for the campaign.

The deadline for the fundraiser is May 11 and the initial aim will be to raise £20,000, in order to fund a programme of capital works required to restore and upgrade the building.

Phase 1 of the project, which will run until the summer is to secure funding for a Feasibility Study which will ultimately produce a final report showing the pathway forward.

This Feasibility Study will be carried out by independent, professional consultants.

The project hopes that by restoring the pavilion, more people will want to visit the park and will also help the local economy, by having an on-site café.

So far, more than £2,500 have been raised, accounting for 13% of the total goal.

If you would like to support the campaign, click HERE.


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