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Stripping out old cloakroom
New Coat Hooks

Residents at the recent Friday Film Night, or those attending a regular class in the main hall, will probably have seen the notice on the door of the old cloakroom stating "No Entry" Over the Christmas — New Year period.
This room is to be integrated into the current kitchen as part of a plan to enhance and improve the catering facilities of the Community Centre. While the adjoining wall will not be taken down until the end of December, work has already begun to remove the fixtures and fittings in the old cloakroom and hence the no entry notice. As the photograph shows the work is still far from complete as the old cupboards are proving to be of a particularly sturdy construction!

For the future new coat hooks have been provided in the corridor leading the CW&C rural hub — see the second photograph.

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