Clayhanger Community Centre Summer of Love.


Since the public meeting to discuss the future of Clayhanger Community Centre in July, there has been much activity in the building on Church Street.

At the meeting, appeals were made to help fix the roof, secure the boundary fence, tidy the garden area and redecorate the interior.

Happily, the roof has been fixed courtesy of Cameron Homes who donated the cash to complete the job. The roof tiles are now back in place and the risk of leaks or further damage through the winter have now been averted. The boundary has been secured thanks to the generosity of WM fencing and local tradesmen have relaid the slabs at the rear making the area more even underfoot.

Further applications for funding have been made to undertake work to the interior.

The Annual General Meeting for Clayhanger Community Center is to be held on Tuesday 27th September at 7.30pm. Anyone is welcome to attend and tea, coffee and cakes will be on offer after the meeting. The AGM will review the work of the committee since July and set out plans for the future. If you, or someone you know, would like to act as a Director on the committee, nominations must be made in writing by 23rd September to 28, Church Street, Clayhanger, Walsall. WS8 7EG. A leaflet detailing this information has been delivered to all houses in Clayhanger Village. The cost of printing was covered by the generosity of a local resident.

The primary purpose of the Community Centre is to serve the needs of the residents of Clayhanger and as such an on-line survey has been posted via the Centre’s Facebook page asking residents for their views on the centre and what they would like to see provided in the future. The response so far has been very positive and although there is only 24 hours or so left (the survey ends at midnight on Tuesday 20th September) there is still time to make your views known. Click here to complete the survey.

As well as the building work, there have been successful events over the summer including a ‘Water Play Day’ and games activities on the park with equipment donated by Tesco.

As was discussed at the public meeting back in July, Clayhanger Community Centre is very short of cash. Recent work on the building has only been possible due to the generosity of local business. More funds need to be raised to continue to improve the building and appeal to groups to hold activities there. Show your support for Clayhanger Community Centre by attending the AGM on Tuesday 27th September at 7.30pm. There is much love in Clayhanger for the Community Centre. Come along and show yours.

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