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community centre

a building used by members of a community for social gatherings, educational activities, etc.
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Community centre manager Mary Brown said the day had been a success, with activities for children including a bouncy castle,go karts,mask making and a disco dome.
Hasegawa's most recent work is a community centre for the small town of Fukuroi in central Japan.
Councillors will consider a land deal aimed at creating a site for a new community centre when they meet next week.
And the chairman of the Community Centre, Coun Marilynn Ord, wants more residents to get involved in running the former miners' welfare hall.
The new estate will eventually consist of 1,500 homes and a community centre has long been considered essential.
Community centre manager Louise Longstaff said: "At the moment the Centre is staffed entirely by volunteers, apart from me.
The Buttrills Community Centre is one of 12 community centres in the town that has been given a much needed refurbishment thanks to a share of a pounds 162,000 grant awarded by the Assembly Government.
But an existing church and community centre would have to go to fund the project.
Kingstanding Community Centre is set to close after fire chiefs deemed it too dangerous to remain open, but there is no cash to pay for the vital improvements.
The new community centre has its origins in conflict - it was built on the ruins of a house whose original occupants were hounded out by mobs of squatters in 1985.
Thanks to cash from the Dalswinton Windfarm Community Benefit Fund, Locharbriggs Community Centre Association reframed photos that had been lying in a cupboard for years.
FAMILIES had fun in the sun when a community centre celebrated a landmark birthday.

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