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By Sue Challoner - 5th August 2015 11:49am
Members and Trustees of the Church Minshull Village Hall Committee celebrate the opening of the new storeroom — see photos "Before" and "After".
After twelve months of planning, organizing, building and cleaning, the Village Hall is now "Ready To Go"
Our Hirers will be able to store their equipment in the new room, leaving a large beautiful space in the Hall for all activities.
We have some great opportunities in September with new groups starting. There will be two new children's groups and a super new venture — INDOOR BOWLING, we have the mats and all the equipment, now we need YOU to come and enjoy the facilities.
All bookings to be made through Sandra at 01270 522405
We would like to take this opportunity to thank our supporters:
Church Minshull Parish Council
Cheshire East Council
Big Lottery Fund
Garfield Weston Foundation
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