Pavilion’s Interior Photos
This is what this building is all about. It is in commemoration of the men of the village that went to the First World War. The centre of the panel shows the names of those who did not return.
The plaque commemorating the official opening of the Pavilion on 3rd Feb 2015 by HRH the Duke of Edinburgh KG KT. It is mounted to the left of the Meeting Room door.
This shows the Entrance lobby with the door to the Kitchen on the left, the small door is the Lobby serving hatch which can be used for outside events, the Main Hall is the middle door and the Meeting Room door is on the right.
This is another view of the Entrance lobby showing the meeting Room door on the left with the Triptych panel above, the corridor is next showing the gents toilet door and to the right is the corridor to the Changing Room 1 and Referees Room, the next door is the Cleaners storeroom and the door on the right is the Disabled toilet.
This photo shows the newly installed “Buy-a-Brick/Roof Tile” placard showing the names of all those that donated money towards the construction of the pavilion on brass style plaques.
This is the view of the Kitchen from the lobby. The small basin just in the picture on the left is the hand-wash basin. There are three sinks, two for washing and rinsing the dishes and the third, out of site behind the plate rack, is for washing food items only. The cooker has four rings and one warming plate, two ovens, one grill and a warming drawer. The tall fridge does not have freezing facilities. The microwave is in the middle shelf next to the fridge and the plug is behind the microwave. There are two waste bins for recycling and general waste.
This is the view of the Kitchen looking towards the lobby. The roller shutter for the serving hatch into the Main Hall is on the left with its electrical operating switch under the mug racks. There is a constant-flow water boiler next to the lobby serving hatch and this has a lowered worktop for use by the disabled. The cutlery items are in the five grey trays under the Main Hall serving hatch worktop.
This the Main Hall. To the left just out of sight are the doors to the storeroom where all the tables and chairs are stored. The dado rail around the room holds all the electrical sockets. The vertical blinds can be fully opened.
This view of the Main Hall shows the white electric roller shutter that, when hired, opens up into the Meeting Room to increase the size of the overall space available. The green door is the Emergency Exit out onto the South side with the fire-extinguishers next to it. The opening on the right is the doorway from the lobby.
This is the Meeting Room viewed from the Entrance lobby and it has been laid out with tables and chairs for a Parish Council meeting. On the left is the white electric roller shutter that, when hired, opens up into the Main Hall to increase the size of the overall space available. The windows and Emergency Exit door at the far end opens out to the Bowls Green.
This corridor leads to the green door at the far end which is the Emergency Exit onto the South side. The door frame just visible next to the green door is the Changing Room 2. The next door is the Ladies toilets, and just out of view on the right is the door to the Gents toilets. In between are the two fire-extinguishers and the constant-flow water cooler. On the left wall is the notice board for details of events that are happening in the building and the village.
This is Changing Room 1 which has been set out for a training session. This room has been designed to be multi-functional for use as a changing room for sports or a room for meetings or crafts. The tables and chairs are always left in the room. The dado rail around the room holds all the electrical sockets.
This view of Changing Room 1 is showing the door to the shower room for use by the sports teams. To the left is the entrance door from the short corridor. The clothing hooks are mounted on the left wall just out of sight in this picture. The green door is the Emergency Exit out onto the West side.
This is the Referee’s Changing Room. There is a shower and a sink. This room is hired out with Changing Room 1 to give access to the sink when the Changing Room is being used for crafts that require cleaning facilities.
This is a view from the entrance doorway into Changing Room 2 and is similar to Changing Room 1 as being multi-functional and the sink for crafts is positioned in this room. The dado rail holds all the electrical sockets.
This view of Changing Room 2 shows the shower room door and the clothing hooks. The furniture is always left in this room. The green door is the Emergency Exit onto the West side.
For further information about the village, holiday accommodation and events that are going on there, please click onto the village website at www.southcreake.com