Future looks rosy for Cheltenham Town Hall
12th July 2013
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On 16th July the cabinet is meeting to approve and allocate an initial £200,000 investment for CheltenhamTown Hall.

The Council are looking to study and review facilities at the Town Hall with a view to changing the use of current existing areas and possibly adding new and complementary facilities.

Cabinet Member for Sport and Culture, Councillor Rowena Hay, said: “The study has sought to ensure that the council maximises the community benefits that its assets, facilities and services deliver, whilst reducing the level of financial subsidy. In respect of arts and culture, the major redevelopment project for the Art Gallery & Museum is drawing closer to completion, with the site re-opening in October 2013 and we are now looking to see where we can enhance our other facilities. CheltenhamTown Hall represents the council’s key entertainment venue, serving the town and wider cultural community and it’s essential that we optimise its potential as a first class entertainment venue.”

If you would be interested in learning more about these proposals you can find the cabinet report on the Council’s website https://democracy.cheltenham.gov.uk/documents/s8590/Cabinet%20Report%20-%20Capital%20investment%20Town%20Hall.pdf

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