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The Community Centre Committee are delighted to announce that the building work on the new lounge/bar area has begun. The work is being carried out by Novus Property Solutions and is expected to take between 8 and 10 weeks.

The rear room has been cleared of everything and a certain amount of 'odds and ends' and 'just in case' items have been removed to the tip. Inevitably, some of the larger items have had to be temporally stored in the Hall and behind the stage, but most bulky items can easily be moved as required. The contractor has built a protective barrier 1.5 metres from the existing wall to protect the Hall from dust and debris.

Chairman Alan Wilkinson said "As most of the work will take place within the rear room we are confident that users will not be inconvenienced very much, though there may have to be a few readjustments. The contractor has a copy of the events schedule and will try, where possible, to keep noise levels down where they might be intrusive. The Tai Chi meditators should have nothing to fear"!

If you have an event planned for the Hall and are concerned about the building work having any effect, the Committee ask that you get in touch with them beforehand to discuss any issues that might arise. ( 01829 741868/741962/741468) The Community Centre is a bit quieter in the summer holidays so the work can be carried out with the least amount of disruption.

The new autumn season should see the new room ready for use. For regular updates on progress see the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/tarvincc

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