Contractors were back on site at the start of November extending the car park. It is part of the Hall's on-going scheme to improve the surrounding are at the same time provide improved facilities for Hall users.
The work is expected to be finished by the end of November. Following that, the Cubs will be planting shrubs and trees a round the site as part of their community work.
Car park users...
Work is expected to commence on the 29th October to extend the front car park and the contractor should be on site for two to three weeks.
Hall users are asked to park on the old tennis courts to the rear of the hall, accessed by the road to the right of the car park.
The new Brindle Community Hall, which was officially opened in August 2006, has won an award from Chorley Civic Society.
Members of the Management Committee will collect the award at a ceremony in Chorley Town Hall on the 27th September.
Trees felled at the Community Hall in March this year are to be replaced as part of a scheme to improve the Hall's surroundings.
Work to increase the capacity of the car park will also see trees and shrubs planted around the entrance and site.
The local Scouts will be doing some of the planting as part of their community involvement programme and work is expected to start at the beginning of October.