New Lighting Brightens the Edna Rose Room

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The Community Centre Committee is delighted to announce the completion of work to the ceiling in the Edna Rose Room.

While the new ceiling tiles are brighter it is the change to the lighting that is the most obvious difference. Gone are the fluorescent tubes, whose harsh light was never flattering to any complexion. In their place are 12 flush, opaque squares of glass that conceal LED bulbs that give a sharp and clean light. There is also the facility to have the light on in different combinations that should be more flexible for different audiences

Part of the cost has been met out of Community Centre Funds and part by a donation from the CW&C Members Fund courtesy of our two ward Councillors, Hugo Deynam and John Leather. They have supported the Community Centre over many years and this is much appreciated

The plans for the further improvement of the Centre are ongoing with detailed and costed specifications for the work being obtained prior to making grant applications for funding. The Committee also wish to take into account the views of local people who have recently filled in the questionnaire. A final analysis is still awaited so till then, the Committee has taken a cautious approach to more capital spending,

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