Mayor Alberts and Council help a special dedication ceremony on May 29, 2005 to honour the memory of Gordon Alfred Fallowfield. Gordon contributed countless volunteer hours to make Langley a great place. Gordon served as President of the West Langley Community Hall Association from 1976 to 1988. During his tenure the Hall was rebuilt in 1977 with tremendous volunteer effort after it burned down in 1976. A “buy a log” campaign helped to finance the new larger hall. Gordon personally assisted in the cleaning and sanding of the log siding.

In 1983 Gordon was the recipient of the Eric Flowerdew “Volunteer of the Year” Award. He was Chair of the Langley Walk in 1981, founding member of the North West Langley Lions Club, Coordinator with Langley’s Citizen Crime Watch, soccer and softball coach, and President of Langley Girls Softball.

The “Fallowfield Diamond” was named in recognition of Gordon’s contribution to the community, his love for sports, and his commitment to the Hall Association. With Gordon’s help, together with the work of many volunteers like Bessie and Ed Tregunna, the West Langley Hall was built to serve the community.