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40 residents attend meeting to have say on fate of former youth club building in Gedling

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DISCUSSION: People in Gedling have the chance to decide the fate of the former youth centre building
DISCUSSION: People in Gedling have the chance to decide the fate of the former youth centre building

Around 40 residents attended a meeting last week to have their say on the fate of a building that used to house a popular youth club.

The meeting was called last week to discuss future uses for the old Gedling Youth Centre building in Gedling village.

Attendees suggested using the site as a future tram station if a line was put through Gedling, and also selling the building to raise cash for existing youth groups in the area.

A steering group has now been set up to investigate all possible options and will meet again at the beginning of June.

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A Facebook site and a mailing list may also be set up to keep local people informed about the possible uses for the site.

Rick Wilson, who helped organise the meeting, said: “We will be holding a further public consultation when all options have been formalised.

“Anyone who wishes to receive a note of the comments made at the meeting can contact me via email”

You can email Rick at richard.wilson@ntlworld.com

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