Interplan takes part in the Napier Hall Refurbishment for OKFP

Interplan was delighted to assist John Doherty & Co Ltd by providing brand new vanity units and wash hand basins free of charge to Old Kilpatrick Food Parcels (OKFP) for the refurbishment of Napier Hall in Old Kilpatrick.

The newly refurbished Napier Hall is a great addition to the Old Kilpatrick community, and Interplan is proud to have played a part in its renovation. The brand new vanity units provided by Interplan have not only helped to​ enhance the overall aesthetic of the washrooms, but have also improved its functionality.

Here are some of the features of the new vanity units:

  • High-quality materials: The vanity units are made of durable materials that are built to last. This ensures that they will withstand daily wear and tear and continue to look great for years to come.
  • Modern design: The sleek and modern design of the vanity units gives the washrooms a contemporary feel.
  • Ample storage space: The vanity units have additional storage space, which is essential for a busy community hall. This allows for easy organisation and access to supplies.
  • Easy to clean: The smooth surfaces of the vanity units make them easy to clean and maintain. This is an important feature for a facility that is used by many people.

Overall, the new vanity units have significantly improved the modernity of Napier Hall’s washrooms. Interplan is thrilled to have contributed to this project and we look forward to being involved in similar projects in the future.

We would love for you to see the amazing work that Old Kilpatrick Food Parcels does for the community. We encourage you to take a moment and explore Old Kilpatrick Food Parcels website to learn more about their inspirational efforts.

To keep everyone in the loop during the renovation, they also have a Facebook page where updates are regularly posted - Old Kilpatrick Food Parcels, Napier Hall

Please also follow this link to read about the story behind the takeover of the Napier Hall: OKFP expansion after long-term community facility let agreed | West Dunbartonshire Council (