Year built. Original building opened 1912 enlarged in 1919.
Owned by: NSW Department of Industries/Lands and Water Division
Organisation that allocates funds: CRIFP: Crown Reserve Improvement Fund Program
Managed by: Mallanganee Public Hall Land Manager previously Mallanganee Memorial Hall
100 people seated at tables
Servery, sink, refrigerator
Water not potable
See attached sheet.
Maintenance & development
17/18 grant approval
Driveway drainage & retaining wall commenced November 2018 and has largely been completed on the northern side of the Hall to stabilise the bank and facilitate drainage. It will also assist in loading and unloading for activities. Peter Caldwell and his team Jake and Josh from Drake was the head contractor with Rick Carroll did the brick work. The grant received was $23,188.
Separate grant in same year
Emergency evacuation stairs on the south side of the building – repair rotten timber bearers $7690. Completed January 19 from a grant applied 12 September 17.
18/19 grant approval
Remove and replace rotten timber cladding and timber trims from the exterior of the Hall dure for commencement in February by Charlie Johnson from Bean Creek (Woodenbong) from a submission of May 2018. $9,785 dollar grant. Replacement boards will be primed awaiting future painting which will be subject of a future submission.
10 September 17 accepted a grant of $73k for replacement of the roof. Cost $62k with balance of funds returned ($11k) as it came in under budget.
Also, Sept 17 received a grant of $33k for re-stumping which cost $45310 for 120 stumps under the hall.
Also Sept 17 Window replacement $1830 spent $630 and surplus returned.
Cleaning and key deposit of $180 (cash only) returned on completion.
Hire is $10 per hour or $90 per day or $150 for the weekend.
Trestle tables $5 per day each and stools $2 per day each can be taken away for private use. Chairs tables and folding tables are not for hire.
Soldiers’ Room see Mavis Goodlad 0428564897 66645156 firstname.lastname@example.org
School Room Mavis & Committee