Church House Restoration
Help save Church House
We need to act now
There is a lack of affordable, flexible community space in Monken Hadley and the surrounding area for private use, community groups and charities. Our hall could fill that need, but it urgently needs restoring.
Many features, including the roof, heating system, floorplan layout and communal facilities all now need full restoration or replacement.
Adding a steel frame will strengthen the overall structure and enable us to reinstate an upper floor to extend the building's use.
The entire rear section of the building is in a state of disrepair
All brickwork is weathered and requires extensive work
Old roofing tiles require urgent maintenance and replacement
What we need to do
We have consulted widely in the community to understand how the hall can better serve Hadley, Barnet and beyond in the future. The updated building will be more welcoming, accessible, and more flexible for the church and local community.
Our priority is to replace the roof and reinforce the walls of our heritage building, as well as improving energy efficiency and reducing its carbon footprint.
The new upper floor will create a flexible new space to provide three upstairs rooms to facilitate a range of office, musical, health or teaching options.
The reconfigured ground floor will maximise community use by being a single level, flexible space with excellent facilities, including a modern kitchen, accessible toilets and increased storage.
Support our events
Monken Hadley Church Model Railway Group 4th Grand Open Day
Saturday 2nd October 2021, 11am – 4pm. Entrance £5 for adults. Children under 14 free
Come and join us to help raise funds and awareness for the Restoration of Church House.
There’ll be plenty to do at this fun event taking place in our Church House and gardens: