We don’t know yet.
But the lines closed at midnight, so please don’t dial that magic number any more. We hope to have some news by 6pm on Tuesday 26 November. Once we know, we’ll be sure to tell you. But whatever the outcome, we want to say something important.
Thank you. Yes, you.
Thank you for making those all-important calls. Thank you for spreading the word. Thank you for doing a good deed to make our Hall a better place. It’s a beautiful thing.
We’re ludicrously grateful to our intrepid volunteers who have rolled up their sleeves to raise the roof. Knocking on doors, handing out leaflets, putting up signs, attending meetings and plugging away behind the scenes – we salute you.
You can see how the campaign unfolded on voting day by checking out our Facebook page and Twitter feed. We’ve been on TV, radio and in the papers. We’ve courted politicians, community leaders and local schools. We’ve called on local and national businesses. We’ve sent out street reps and waged a social media campaign.
Win or lose, we have told more people our heart-warming story, we’ve gained heaps more followers and we’ve engaged with a sparky bunch of supporters keen to help us raise much-needed funds to repair our charming, if dilapidated Hall.
Forgot to vote? The bad news? Lines closed at midnight last night. The good news? You can still snap up some shares!
Find out more about our story here.