Community centre faces the axe

By Gareth Dennison | 01/02/2013 0 comments

Community centre faces the axe

A DERELICT Rotherham community building is likely to be knocked down and the site sold off.

Rotherham councillors will be told at a meeting on Monday that the March Flatts Community Centre in Thrybergh has been vandalised after standing empty for more than a year.

There are five other community centres in the area.

The single-storey wooden building was handed back to Rotherham Borough Council after a long-term lease fell through and is now empty while its future is decided.

Neighbours have been consulted about the loss of the building.


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