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Help give this historic building a bright future

Help give this historic building a bright future

Published by KLFM
11:37am 13th June 2019.

It could be a big step in giving a historic part of our town a bright future.

But the Shakespeare's Guildhall Hall Trust need our help to do it.

They're looking for more volunteers so they can keep it open for longer.

SGT Chair, Ivor Rowlands said:

"The volunteers are doing a fantastic job for the town. They have taken it upon themselves to give up their time so that the public can see inside St George's Guildhall - the oldest working theatre in Britain. "

One of the volunteers, Diana Brindle, said:

"A small group of us take turns to sit in the Guildhall foyer and allow visitors access to see the Guildhall. It could be open between 9.30am - 2.30pm Monday to Saturday, but we do not currently have enough volunteers to cover all of these hours. We would like to have more people who can offer to take a 2-hour stint each week on a regular basis".

If you'd to know more about becoming a volunteer - email shakespearesguildhall@gmail.com

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