dOSH (development of the Old School Hall) is a working group established to save the Old School Hall building in Sneinton, Nottingham.
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The building is a former primary school and community centre. It is one of the oldest buildings in the area, dating from 1843. It has been closed to the public as it has fallen into a poor state of repair and unless a financially sustainable new use can be found, it is threatened with demolition.
dOSH was formed as a result of a series of public open meetings hosted by Sneinton Neighbourhood Forum in September and October 2016. These meetings brought together a variety of members of the public, local community groups and former hall users, with a shared aim to save the hall building and the ideal to retain community use of the site.
The remit of dOSH is:
To help save the Old School Hall by meeting to discuss feasibility and develop ideas arising from the community to create a business plan
Minutes secretary: Chris Heuvel
You can browse this network diagram online to discover the organisations involved in dOSH, visit their websites and tune in to their social media accounts: