Village hall gets old’ stage

PUBLISHED: 12:14 30 March 2007 | UPDATED: 13:54 04 May 2010

Pictured are village hall committee members Mandy White and Amanda Cauchi with Mr Lucas – Pic: Helen Drake

Pictured are village hall committee members Mandy White and Amanda Cauchi with Mr Lucas – Pic: Helen Drake

A MAN who found notoriety for selling hangman s gallows abroad has just finished building a stage for Queen Adelaide Village Hall. David Lucas, who runs Eldon Farms Supplies in Hollywell Row, near Mildenhall, recently started a national campaign for rura

A MAN who found notoriety for selling hangman's gallows abroad has just finished building a stage for Queen Adelaide Village Hall.

David Lucas, who runs Eldon Farms Supplies in Hollywell Row, near Mildenhall, recently started a national campaign for rural Britain.

He said: "It's really interesting because the stage is built entirely from reclaimed wood that is more than 100 years old - it's as old as the hall itself."

The stage will be used for bingo and a variety of shows.

Mr Lucas said: "Hopefully this will go some way to restoring community spirit to the area.


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