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Chapelhall residents battle for future of community centre

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iOS - Android Members of the various groups using the centre – including pensioners’ clubs and the Chapelhall tenants’ and residents’ association – say the alternative provision at Mount Pleasant community centre is unsuitable due to its lack of car parking and the need for pedestrians to cross the village’s congested Main Street.

Having successfully campaigned to save the facility from a proposed budget-cutting closure in 2018, they are now calling for it to be repaired and reopened as soon as possible, while local councillor Michael Coyle has even begun investigating the possibility of a community asset transfer and grants to fund the repairs.

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