AHS supports Enoggera Scout Hall with pro-bono heritage work

We recently supported the longstanding Enoggera Scout Hall, assisting with pro-bono work to facilitate the installation of air-conditioning at the local heritage-listed community hall. 

At AHS, we love supporting local communities and the Enoggera Scout Hall is a fantastic example of a long-serving community resource.  

For more than 60 years the Enoggera Scout Hall has supported children interested in all things scouting! 

This local heritage listed hall was originally built in 1927 at the Kedron St Andrews Church of England, before being purchased and relocated to Enoggera in 1946 to serve the growing local population. 

The Scout Troop was formed in Enoggera during the early 1930s, with a small Scout Hut built in 1932. As the suburb continued to grow, the Enoggera Scouts needed a larger home base. When this hall came up for sale in 1946, the Enoggera Scouts promptly purchased it! 

The hall has played a valuable part in supporting the local Enoggera community, from the post-war period until today, continuing to “encourage the physical, mental, social and spiritual development of young people, so that they may take a constructive place in Society as responsible citizens”. 

It was an absolute pleasure to help future-proof the Hall through the addition of air-conditioning – just in time for Brisbane’s heat wave! 

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