A FACELIFT is in store for a village hall after supporters saw their numbers come up with the Big Lottery Fund.

Campaigners for Kelbrook and Sough Village Hall have been working on improvements to the Dotcliffe Road building for eight years.

And the latest phase of work has been boosted by £3,600 grant to the hall’s fundraising committee.

Other jobs completed down the years include a new car park, decorating, and an annex to the rear of the hall.

Other Pendle organisations also benefited from this Big Lottery funding round.

Blacko Primary got £9,000 to promote anti-bullying plus self-defence and taekwondo classes for 10 local schools.

Fisher More RC College, Colne, received £10,000 for new gym equipment while £10,000 went to Little Bobbins, Nelson, for an allotment project for youngsters.