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Taking down the Christmas decorations in January is a regular affair for the Community Centre committee but this year there was the additional task of removing the old curtains from the walkways on either side of the Main Hall. This was necessary in order for the next phase of the Main Hall renovations to take place, namely the fitting of electrically operated window blinds.

If the windows were vertical this would be a relatively simple operation, but the Community Centre windows are angled and, therefore, a little bit more engineering ingenuity is required. The plan is for the blinds will be fitted over a four days next week and certainly in time for the first round of the annual village quiz on Friday 11th January.

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