Diners at the community café this Wednesday said “the roof is leaking!” NO—it is not. The metal struts that hold the ceiling panels in place are colder than the rest of the room. So when we have a cold snap—as we do at the moment, and perhaps after the hall has not been used for a while, condensation forms, especially on these cold metal struts. Then it drips onto the floor forming small puddles.
We have a ventilation system, installed a couple of years ago, that has improved the condensation that used to form on the walls.
So please look out for these puddles and take care not to slip. With warmer weather they should cease to be a problem.
The community café on the third Wednesday of the month continues to be enjoyed. Thank you to Lawshall Ladies who spend considerable time baking delicious cakes for you to eat with your cuppa—or take home for later.
The clubs and groups that meet in the hall are established again after the Christmas break. Maybe it’s an opportunity for you to join in with something. I’m told that the Barre class is for all ages and levels of fitness— it’s a long time since I have done any ballet. Pilates, Carpet Bowls and Table tennis are also active with small groups that welcome new members. The Tuesday Club may be more your thing—go along and see.
The village hall management committee meets on Monday February 6th. If you have any suggestions, offers or requests do let us know.