Community hall gets motorised zip blinds

Nov 08, 2017

Rawson Hall was originally built in 1881 and was donated to the village of Bolney, West Sussex, in 1924 by the Rawson family. In recent years it became apparent that the old hall no longer adequately served the village and in 2014 the original premises was sold and construction of a new hall commenced.

The new Rawson Hall, has been registered as a charity and sits nestled in the heart of this beautiful village with far reaching views over the south downs. As a hub for the community the hall offers flexible facilities for a variety of clubs, sporting events, social events, fundraising functions, business meetings, etc. In addition, the community café operates from the premises on 3 days a week.

In order to fully facilitate the array of activities that take place at the hall their high level windows required fully cassetted, zipped black out motorised blinds, with powder coated hardware. This installation was made slightly more tricky due to the fact that a custom timber sub-frame had to be made and installed in order to fit the roller blind systems, in a fully operational hall, and decorated to match existing finishes.

"Thank your for the works carried out at our village hall. I visited yesterday and was shown the new blinds by our hall manager and they fit the bill perfectly".
Chairman, Rawson Hall

Rawson Hall, Bolney, cassetted roof blinds