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Bourne Town Hall consultation to begin soon

Bourne Town Hall. Photo by Rex Needle ENGEMN00120131220142810
Bourne Town Hall. Photo by Rex Needle ENGEMN00120131220142810

A consultation into the future of Bourne Town Hall will begin “within the next few weeks”.

The Bourne Town Hall management committee at Lincolnshire County Council met on Wednesday to discuss the next steps in the consultation, which will invite people to have their say on what happens to the building in Market Place.

Chairman Coun David Brailsford (Con)said: “The Bourne Town Hall Management Committee has agreed the consultation document and arrangements are now being put in place in order to begin the consultation within the next few weeks.

“All members of the county council are trustees of Bourne Town Hall and are governed by a deed dating back to 1821. The options that will be put forward for the town hall have been compiled by independent experts in charity law.

“I’m really keen for everyone in Bourne to take part in the consultation when it does launch and have their say.

“The committee’s aim is to act in the best interest of the town hall charity for the benefit of the people of Bourne.”


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