A new Community Hub for Malton

Image courtesy of PPIY Architects, 94 The Mount, York, 01904 623034, www.ppiy.co.uk

Saville Street in Malton has, for over 200 years, been the home of Methodism in our town. The grade II* listed building that is our Church is now at the start of an exciting redevelopment that in addition to it’s primary purpose as a place of worship will see the vast interior capable of seating over 500 people become

“The Wesley Centre Malton”

– a resource available to everyone –

seven days a week.

Images courtesy of PPIY Architects, 94 The Mount, York, 01904 623034, www.ppiy.co.uk

The Wesley Centre with its associated Chapel Lane wing and the integral space above Aldrich Barbers at 12, Saville Street will offer an unrivalled community resource. This will include a contemporary café space open to all, a new 550 seat performance space beneath a minstrels gallery, for chamber orchestras, choirs and other musicians, a fully restored, historic and versatile 1877-built pipe organ, a large fully equipped catering kitchen, new cloakrooms and accessible facilities, a room open daily for quiet reflection, meeting rooms of various sizes, offices to let and hot-desking facilities. All of this will be supported by new lighting, power and communication systems including phones and wi-fi throughout and a new fully zoned heating and cooling system.

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