Discover how Cromer Community Centre has been transformed

Phil Harris and Sylvie Kilshaw outside the centre last year. Picture: Mark Bullimore

Phil Harris and Sylvie Kilshaw outside the centre last year. Picture: Mark Bullimore

People can discover more about how Cromer Community Centre has been transformed in recent months thanks to thousands of pounds worth of funding, and what's still to come, at an open evening.

The Garden Street venue has received a significant amount of grant funding, over £25,000, in recent years to undertake a number of projects.

These have included installing a sound and light system, a projector, a large screen, a new boiler, wi-fi, and 80 new chairs, among others.

Planned work includes decorating the main hall, upgrading the toilets and creating a new entrance lobby.

Phil Harris, chairman of the centre's management committee, said: 'Already the work undertaken has enabled the centre to host a number of new activities and we hope, as we continue to upgrade the centre, it will be used for even more activities.'


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The open evening is 7.30pm-10.30pm on Friday, March 24. To find out more, email chair@CromerCommunity.co.uk

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