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Community clear up at Monks Close Community Centre

22/05/17

Freebridge Community Housing employees and tenants teamed up on Thursday 4 May for a community clear-up day at the Monks Close Community Centre in Bircham Newton.

The clear-up comes in advance of the reopening of the centre for use by the local community and other service providers.

Services providers who have already expressed interest in using the facilities include the owner of the adjacent Dreamy Hallow Campsite, Nigel Day, who will be establishing a permanent exhibition in the centre, displaying the historical significance of the local area and its links to the First World War.

The community clear-up saw employees from the Freebridge’s Providence Street Placeshaping Team working together with others in the community to help give the Monks Close Centre a facelift after it had lay closed for some months.

Robert Clarke, Freebridge Director of Housing, said: “By reinvigorating the Monks Close Community Centre Freebridge are continuing to work towards our vision of supporting a better West Norfolk.

“This is a great example of the positive impact our Providence Street Placeshaping Team are achieving in our area. The Providence Street centre has become a hub for supporting and accommodating charities and community groups that work in West Norfolk, and we hope these relationships continue to go from strength to strength.”

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Picture: Freebridge employees, tenants and partner organisations help on the clear up.


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