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At the end of March the Community Centre underwent a major update with the replacement of the original windows with double glazed units. The work took over six weeks and was undertaken by contractors on behalf of Cheshire West and Chester Council.

Chairman of the Community Centre Committee, Alan Wilkinson said;
'We are delighted with the work that was done. The original single glazed, metal framed windows are very inefficient and the cost of heating the Centre has risen sharply in recent years. The new windows give a much better atmosphere in both the Hall and the Edna Rose Room and the heating costs will decrease by a significant amount.'

The reduced heating cost is especially welcome as the Community Centre Committee will be responsible for a larger proportion of the heating bills when the new lease comes into effect.

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