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It's amazing how quickly the hall annexe building is progressing. Just a few days ago, windows were arriving on site and now they are installed. It makes such a difference to the appearance of the building.
At the moment the roofers are working hard trying to make the roof watertight before the next band of rain comes along.
All those involved in the annexe building project have been doing a grand job. Our thanks our due to the site manager, Stuart, for making sure that disruption both to the parish in general and to other hall users is kept to a minimum and that only when absolutely necessary. Noise is kept down, especially during Mass times, and in fact noise has not been a problem in general.
I'm sure we're all looking forward to the day when the annexe is complete and those small group meetings which have been held in St Ann's Room can take place in the new annexe, and other small parish meetings can benefit from this much needed facility.
Hopefully we'll be able to post a few interior shots of the annexe soon. Meanwhile here's a photo taken from a different angle . . .