In 1920 a Parish Hall was built on the site of the current All Saints’ Church Centre. It was funded by ‘voluntary subscription’, and build of corrugated iron. The building would last until 1952, when it was destroyed by fire. The heat is said to have been such that the apples on a neighbour’s tree were roasted. Some of the salvaged corrugated iron was used to repair the mission church, which by this time had fallen into serious disrepair.
Plans were made to build a new All Saints’ Church Centre on the site of the Parish Hall. The building was completed in 1969, incorporating the stained glass window from the old All Saints’ Mission Church (which closed). The new All Saints’ Church Centre was dedicated on 24th February 1970 by the Bishop of Winchester, with a remit to serve as both a church and community centre.
A newspaper report of the new building can be found here.