Out on the tiles

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Clayhanger Community Centre is the former George and Dragon pub in Church Street, Clayhanger. Imagery from Apple Maps.

You’ll all know that this blog is all about community and the things that bring us all together – and I’m happy to share this appeal from Clayhanger Community Centre who need some help to fix their roof.

In case you’re unaware, the Community Centre is in the old George and Dragon pub in Church Street in the village.

Karen Johnson wrote:

Hello Bob

Good morning to all blog readers!

As you may know we have recently had to restrict parking at Clayhanger Community Centre, this is due to the state of the roof and falling tiles! We have had a number of tiles and coping stones fall which could possibly cause damage to cars parked or God forbid, pedestrians!.

As a non profit and voluntary run Centre we are struggling to find funds for the required repairs and we’re hoping, that maybe an appeal on the blog may result in a tradesperson being able to help us by giving up a small amount of their time to help get the repairs done?

If the tiles are left much longer this could result in interior damage due to leaks etc therefore the sooner we can get it done the better?

If any of our friends and members know of anyone who would be willing to help us please let us know, we would be extremely grateful

Thank from all staff and volunteers at Clayhanger Community Centre.

If you think you can help, please comment here or mail me please: BrownhillsBob at Googlemail dot com. Thanks.

The Community Centre is volunteer run and provides excellent facilities – it would be awful to see them lost, so if you can help, please do.

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