Designs for a proposed renovation of the venerable timber pavilion overlooking the bowling green at Penarth’s Belle Vue Park are to go on public display this weekend.
The plans will go on show at an Open Afternoon to be held this Sunday (September 11th) from 13:00 to 17:00
Watercolour impressions of what a proposed project would look like when completed have been painted by well-known local artist Diane Mead of Artisan’s Corner in Glebe St, Penarth and will form part of the exhibition.
Also on display will be a proposed floor plan for the extended building – designed by the distinguished local architect Chris Loyn – who is president of the Penarth Civic Society.
Accompanying the exhibition – organised by the Friends of Belle Vue Park – will be a range of historical photographs and illustrations . Last month, on behalf of the the Friends of Belle Vue, its chairman Martin Gossage accepted the award of a National Keep Wales Tidy Green Flag Award for “excellence in parks”.