The Passmore Edwards Institute could not continue to thrive as a community resource without the generous support of donors. The following have all made generous donations of money or time and the trustees are extremely grateful to them.
In 2017 the Trevithick Room was upgraded with lovely new curtains, 80 comfy chairs and a brand new carpet. The chairs were obtained by the Hayle Film Club and the carpet was donated by TJ’s Carpets Ltd of 58 Mellanear Road, Hayle (01736-757540).
The trustees are extremely grateful for their support.
On 4th December 2007, the Institute received an offer of £34,756.50 from the Hayle Townscape Heritage Initiative towards repair and replacement of the roof. The Institute will add its own funds to enable the work, which will cost close to £60,000, to proceed. Repair of the roof stabilised the building and provided a sound basis for further restoration work. It secured the building for the use of the people of Hayle and the surrounding area for another one hundred years.
We are indebted to: The Heritage Lottery Fund, The European Union and the Objective One Partnership for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, South West of England Regional Development Agency, English Heritage, Penwith District Council, Cornwall County Council, Hayle Town Council and the Guinness Trust Group
Donations Received (£1,000 and above):
|December 2007||Hayle Townscape Heritage Initiative||£34,756|
|January 2008||Hayle Town Council||£2,000|
|July 2008||Co-operative Membership Fund||£1,000|
|September 2008||Hayle Area Plan||£1,000|
|October 2008||Community Development Foundation||£1,000|
|April 2008||CRCC and Penwith District Council||£2,000|
|September 2008||Hayle Town Council||£1,000|
|October 2008||Cornwall County Councillor, Terry Lello||£1,000|
|February 2010||Garfield Weston Foundation||£3,500|
|September 2010||West Cornwall Local Action Group||£14,811|
|September 2010||Cornwall Development Company||Cash Flow|
|October 2010||Hayle Pump – Outgoing Team||£1,000|
|November 2010||Co-operative Membership Fund||£2,000|
We have also received grants and donations from Hayle and District Lions, Hayle Rotary Club, Church on the Rock, Chris Lello and support from Stuart Meigh of JS Roofing and many others.
Fundraising Activities: Through auctions, Christmas events and table-top sales, we have raised over £12,000.
Renovations and Repairs: Between January 2008 and December 2010, the trustees have spent £123,855 in renovations, repairs and redecoration of the building with over £47,000 coming out of our reserves and income.
We are confident that Hayle’s Village Hall is now ready to last for another 100 years.