The Barbour Institute in Tattenhall is a Victorian building which serves as the village hall. It has recently been repaired and redecorated outside, and the inside spaces are well maintained. The toilets in the Barbour Institute, however, are utilitarian, bare and unwelcoming. The lighting is poor and the hand dryers are inadequate meaning that paper towels have to be supplied. On many occasions, lights are left on after people leave the building and taps have been left running overnight. Installing energy efficient lighting and time delay taps will reduce costs while new sanitary ware will make the toilets - ladies, gents and easy access, easier to clean and more hygenic.
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Why it's a great idea:
The building is used for all kinds of events: weddings, parties, yoga, meetings and amateur dramatics. The toilets are cold and unwelcoming at present with poor lighting, inefficient hand dryers and an old worn out floor. Renovating them will make them more energy efficient with PIR lighting and modern hand dryers. New flooring and sanitary wear will improve the facilities for all users and will be of lasting benefit to the community
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About the space
Barbour Institute, High Street, Tattenhall,CH3 9PX
Cheshire West and Chester Council