Ingram Village Hall Heritage Project begins
In collaboration with Community Action Northumberland (CAN) and Northumberland Archives, the Ingram Village Hall Heritage Project has been set up to preserve, record and share the heritage of the Ingram Village Hall. It is one of several ‘second-wave’ projects included as part of the county-wide Northumberland Village Halls Heritage Project.
The project is headed by local resident Len Glen-Davison.
Got anything to share?
To get the project up and running, Len is seeking help from anyone who has any information – however large or small – about the history of the Ingram Village Hall. For example, do you have any of the following?
- photos (e.g., of the building, events within the building, people who served on committees)
- documents (e.g., minutes of meetings, ticket stubs, menus from dinner dances, event posters)
- artefacts (e.g., a plaque, a trophy, and old door key)
- memories (e.g., remember something significant? that particularly fun time when…?)
If you have anything at all that has a bearing on the history of the Ingram Village Hall, please consider sharing it with the project. We’ll make sure you get it back!
If you have anything to share or would just like to discuss the project further, please contact Len (details below).
Mob: 07785 703641
Want to get involved?
If you’d like to get involved in the project in any way, then please contact Len. Currently, Len is the only identified person working on the Project, so any help would be gratefully received. Just get in touch to talk things over – there’s no obligation.
Have you got an example of a completed project?
Yes, the Breamish Hall Heritage Project was one of the first-wave county projects and completed its work on the history of the village hall in Powburn on 31 December 2022. You can see how they approached it via the following link.