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Brentwood: Have your say on future of Hutton Community Centre

18:44 27 February 2013

Leader of Brentwood Council Cllr Louise McKinlay

Leader of Brentwood Council Cllr Louise McKinlay

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Have your say on the future of Hutton Community Centre.

Brentwood Council wants to see the building become a community hub and used by local groups.

A meeting for residents and users to have their say has been organised for Wednesday, March 6, at St Peters Church Hall, in Claughton Way, Hutton, from 8pm.

Local councillors will be attending to discuss the ideas that the council has for the future of the community centre.

Cllr Louise McKinlay, leader of the council, said: “I am determined that once again Hutton Community Centre becomes a thriving facility and community hub. It is vital that local people and organisations are involved in the plans for the future and I will be there to discuss with everyone how best we can achieve this.

“Everyone will have a say on how we can reinvigorate what will again be a great facility for the neighbourhood. So come along and have your say about what you think should happen with the venue.”

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