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The Edna Rose Room has a new look, as many of you who have visited recently will have seen. The walls have been freshly painted, the notices and plaques re-arranged and new, striped curtains cover the windows.

There have been other new purchases as well. 6 round tables are now available and recently they have been joined by some smart cream and grape coloured linen table cloths.
Sue Hardacre explains. "We were well aware that the room was looking a bit scruffy and we were delighted when the Cheshire Community Foundation agreed to give us a grant of £3000 to renovate the room. However we are hoping to achieve more than just a brighter room, we hope to attract new customers.

For some time now we have built up a thriving customer base for children's parties. Children and parents like the space available in the Hall which can absorb the infectious energy of children without damaging the furniture. But for adults, the attraction of the place as a celebration venue was undermined by the fact that it looked too institutional. We hope that the new décor and tables will encourage more people to use it for parties".

With plans in place to update the kitchen, the Committee feel that the Edna Rose Room is now an ideal venue for a family celebration, of a special anniversary or a significant birthday. Hire rates are reasonable, parking is extensive and now, the room can look inviting and welcoming. The Community Centre continues to look for ways to be the focal point of the village for residents of all ages.

For booking enquiries please contact Sue Hardacre on 01829 741962 or any Committee Member.

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