Meeting over proposed new recreation centre at Great Ellingham, near Attleborough

Plans for a new community facility in a village near Attleborough will be on display at a meeting tomorrow.

Officials at the Great Ellingham Recreation Centre will be holding the meeting at the centre from 7.30pm on Wednesday.

At this meeting with the architect Terry Hickman Smith and Sheila King, sketches will be shown of the proposed new build and whether or not the old recreation centre building will feature in the future development.

A steering committee, recreation centre committee and villagers will have a chance to air their views.

Ann Milner, sub-committee chairman of the centre, said: 'Nothing will go ahead without the full backing of the village. Terry Hickman-Smith has met with Breckland planners and has been reassured that at this stage they have no objections to his proposals. Once the initial stage is found to be acceptable then fundraising will begin in earnest.'

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