Redesdale Hall Community Kitchen

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Redesdale Hall Community Kitchen

Redesdale Hall Community Kitchen

Julia Bennett By Julia Bennett

Refurbishing the neglected kitchen at Redesdale Hall to make a sparkling and thriving facility, and to train low income and vulnerable people in Moreton in Marsh in make nutritious low-cost meals.

Moreton-in-Marsh Idea stage

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This project will include the refurbishing of the neglected kitchen at the Redesdale Hall to make a sparkling and thriving facility. Once finished, a local chef will run a pilot programme of sessions to train low income and vulnerable people in Moreton in Marsh in know how to make nutritious low-cost meals. The participants will cook their new recipes for community meals for vulnerable and isolated people in the town. As we gradually and cautiously come out of lock down, we hope to engender a party atmosphere at these meals, maybe with a bit of live music and quick bingo FOR FUN!!

What we'll deliver:

  • Refurbish the old kitchen into a shiny, clean and thriving facility
  • Train up to 8 local people/ families to cook low-cost nutritious meals
  • Celebrate these new cooking skills with 3-4 community meals inviting vulnerable and isolated people in the town

Why it's a great idea:

Let's get the Redesdale Hall thriving again for events, parties, gigs, clubs - all kinds of things, with a shiny new kitchen with a serving counter / bar for your events. We're reaching out to help low income people in our town to help them learn balanced and nutritious recipes that don't cost the earth.

Steps to get it done:

  • Refurbished kitchen by end of August 2021

Helping to care and have fun in our community

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Location Moreton-in-Marsh

About the space

Centre of Moreton in Marsh

Council

Cotswold District Council

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How will the money be spent?Total £16,564

Install second-hand stainless steel kitchen units, cooker, fridges, double sink and wash hand basin - £4,000 (24%)
Stud out walls over pipework to make plumb backing for kitchen units, provide splashback - £3,500 (21%)
Take up floor and replace - £3,250 (20%)
Strip out existing kitchen fittings - £2,500 (15%)
Contingency for unforeseen things that arise in every project - £1,200 (7%)
Strip off loose paint and plaster, and make good - £750 (5%)
Investigate obsolete cables and pipes and whether they can be removed - £320 (2%)
Other - £1,044 (6%)

Costs Breakdown

This shows how money raised for the project will be spent. Before entering fundraising these costs will be confirmed by the project's Delivery Manager and verified by the verifier.

24%
Install second-hand stainless steel kitchen units, cooker, fridges, double sink and wash hand basin
£4,000
21%
Stud out walls over pipework to make plumb backing for kitchen units, provide splashback
£3,500
20%
Take up floor and replace
£3,250
15%
Strip out existing kitchen fittings
£2,500
7%
Contingency for unforeseen things that arise in every project
£1,200
5%
Strip off loose paint and plaster, and make good
£750
2%
Investigate obsolete cables and pipes and whether they can be removed
£320
6%
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£1,044
  • Spacehive fees
    £551
  • Transaction Fees
    £383
  • VAT
    £110

Total £16,564

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