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CLOSING its doors? A vote will decide the future of Failsworth centre. ShareOver 9,000 newsletters will be posted to every house in the Failsworth East and West wards next week asking them to decide whether the community centre on Sisson Street should be moved to the town hall, relocated to a new purpose built facility, or remain as it is. A decision will be made based on the results.The move comes amid attempts to reassure users their local facility is not going to be turned into a supermarket petrol station.Failsworth East councillor James McMahon said: “Any notion that we are being bullied by Tesco is not true. Whatever people decide we will support. There are many local people who haven’t got the full story and we are very keen to put the record straight.”The proposed site for a new community centre is situated opposite the Pifco Mill next to the new canal bridge. The building would be larger than at present, and would offer water sports and a safer children’s play area.Cllr McMahon said: “People have commented that the current centre is just not big enough. In addition the computer classes, although well used, have taken valuable space.”Protesters were dismayed at the possibilty the centre was to be demolished but the well loved facility is at the centre of regeneration plans that include a new war memorial and an extension to the A62 corridor.The newsletter will also include details of a Housing Market Renewal scheme to regenerate Failsworth Pole gardens, to be started in September.In a joint statement, Paul White, Assistant Director for Regeneration, and Lynda Fairhurst, Head of Lifelong Learning, said: “Our number one priority is about providing the people of the borough and the Failsworth community with an effective and high quality Lifelong Learning Service.”We welcome all consultation including that which is currently underway, organised through local ward councillors.”Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterDaily NewsletterDancing on IceWho won Dancing On Ice 2018? Reality TV hunk Jake Quickenden crowned championCoronation Street favourite Brooke Vincent and former X Factor and I’m A Celebrity star Jake Quickenden from Wilmslow took on Scotland rugby player Max Evans in the finalManchesterManchester Piccadilly train station delays and cancellations after protest blocked linesIs Manchester Piccadilly train station open? Virgin and Northern services are currently disrupted due to protesters blocking services in and out the station
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