Com­mu­nity wel­comes new-look cen­tre

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - What’s On -

The newly ex­tended and re­fur­bished Kingsnorth Re­cre­ation Cen­tre was opened on Mon­day.

The deputy mayor of Ash­ford, Cllr Jes­samy Blan­ford, had the hon­our of open­ing the build­ing which has been closed since April.

Lit­tle Acorns Nurs­ery, which has been us­ing the re­cre­ation cen­tre for a long time, has now been able to move into their own ded­i­cated area in the new ex­ten­sion and has its own sep­a­rate en­trance.

Another ma­jor in­vest­ment has been in the gym in the cen­tre, which is set to open on Jan­uary 13.

Al­ready a lot of new gym equip­ment has been in­stalled while a few more pieces have been or­dered set to ar­rive in time for the open­ing.

How­ever, the gen­eral ex­er­cise Deputy Mayor of Ash­ford Cllr Jes­samy Blan­ford taks to par­ish coun­cil­lors and cen­tre users in one of the new ar­eas cre­ated by the re­fur­bish­ment classes have al­ready started in the newly re­fur­bished main hall. Ash­ford Bor­ough Coun- cil (ABC), Kingsnorth Par­ish Coun­cil and NuCadd Ar­chi­tec­tural, the ar­chi­tect and project man­ager be­hind the work, were all thanked for their sup­port and hard work on the project.

Pic­tures: Paul Amos FM5005507/FM5005547/FM5005529/FM5005541 Buy pic­tures from ken­ton­

The newly re­fur­bished gym; the new ex­ten­sion hous­ing the nurs­ery; par­ish clerk Len Bunn shows deputy Mayor Cllr Jes­samy Blan­ford the re­fur­bished gym and chats to in­struc­tor MarieMcKay


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