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Campaign to save Bodmin Public Rooms

I was really pleased to be able to help the Committee that is working so hard to save this icomic Grade 2 listed building, located in the heart of Bodmin.

Built in 1891 by the trades people of Bodmin for the people of Bodmin;  the Public Rooms have been at the centre of community life, hosting dances, discos, music and proving affordable space for community groups to hire as the only large capacity space in the growing town of Bodmin for over 100 years.

In April 2013 Bodmin Town Council closed this valuable community asset and despite public objections the Public Rooms are now on the open market for £133,500.

 The building has been listed as an asset of community value with the Cornwall Council under the community right to bid scheme. This allows community groups a period of time to raise the funds required to purchase the building. The Committee has until 1st December after which time the Town Council are free to sell the building to whomever they wish.

Bodmin is a deprived area with few leisure facilities, The Bodmin Public Rooms Trust want to buy, and with the aid of grant funding, restore and refurbish this fabulous building and re-open it for community use. The vision  is to create a multi-functional mixed space venue, capable of hosting music, theatre and other major events, as well as being flexible enough to serve community groups. Increased activities in the centre of the town will help local business and revitalise the town and make Bodmin a better place to live.

This is an exciting project, but immediate action is needed to purchase the building, to ensure it remains a public building for community use.

http://bodminpublicrooms.org/ and facebook https://www.facebook.com/Bodmin-Public-Rooms-602550843142310/

Can you help support this great cause?