Posted: March 2019
As promised, Jet Construction of Milton Keynes completed the refurbishment of our church welcome area on time. This meant that for the first time this year, we could use the normal church entrance for our Sunday services. The work has included a new folding glass screen, new automatic inner entrance doors, new flooring and lighting, a new kitchen and servery and upgraded disabled toilet.
The next step is to relocate noticeboards, leaflet displays and other items before moving our Monday to Saturday coffee mornings from their temporary home in the community centre vestibule. The official opening date is Saturday, May 4th and for more information on that, click here.
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