Architect wanted

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Audlem Public Hall
Minutes - November 2010

The Public Hall needs an hour or so of the time of a local architect or building designer who is prepared to advise us on two projects that the Committee is considering.

#Front canopy
We want to extend a small canopy over the main (i.e. car park) entrance and probably re-model the steps and ramp.

#5As and Youth extension
We have been asked many times to provide facilities for 5A's changing rooms and storage and for a "drop-in" area for young people. In addition we have not yet given up hope of an extension which would provide better gym/sports facilities than we have now. We have very outline plans but we need to put some more detail in them to be able to proceed.

What we need now is a friendly (and free) architect to discuss the possibilities with us and get to the point where we have some idea of the costs involved so that we can start the process of getting formal quotations, applying for grants and so on. 

So if you can help us please get in touch with Roland Hall (812530) or John Tilling (811990) or e-mail into the website who will pass the message on.


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