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Some good news for Cromer this week with the announcement that £75,000 is to be spent in a major refurbishment of the community centre in Garden Street.
The toilet for disabled users is to be improved and enlarged, and there will be new ladies and gents’ toilets. A modern fitted kitchen and a bar are also being installed.
This has been made possible by a grant from the Local Action Group (LAG) of £59,981. The money originates from the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development that is allocated by LAG.
The management committee of the Centre has also been working hard raising money for the project. The group U-Watt are performing at the venue on the 1st December with all proceeds going into the fund.
The chairman of the committee, Mr. Phil Harris commented: “This is a massive investment in Cromer and we will have a very well equipped facility. It will give the opportunity to put on more live entertainment in Cromer.”
This welcome development will create jobs and more live music will be available for residents and visitors to enjoy at the Centre.