Run by a small group
ST GEORGE Community Centre, sand and glitter.
ST GEORGE Community Centre, sand and glitter. The problem of the sand spoiling the sprung dance floor and the glitter sticking to the mats used for marshal arts has been a problem for at least two years and the preschool have ignored requests to find alternatives during all that time.
Neither the preschool nor the parents have put a representative on the committee, as they are entitled to, or attended meetings to resolve the problem and they have continued spreading the sand and glitter around the community centre even after the ban. I have noticed that many other halls ban the use on their premises.
The Community Centre Charity is run by a small group of dedicated volunteers and has its AGM in January. I do hope that more people from the community and the user groups will come forward and join the committee in running the facility.
This would reduce the pressure on the hard working few that give up their time for the community and prevent future conflicts of this nature.
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