Wooler gets new community facilities

The Cheviot Centre in Wooler.

The Cheviot Centre in Wooler.

The Glendale Gateway Trust has expanded its community and business facilities with the development of the Tom Sale Hall in the Cheviot Centre which is now a state of the art conferencing, training, performance and production space.

The new space is already proving popular with the community and there has been an increase in both the number and type bookings; regular users now include the Glendale Film Club and the Silver Singers.

Gemma Douglas, marketing and administrative officer said: “We are delighted we are now able to offer the local community of Glendale and further afield, access to a more comprehensive community building. The room is warm and comfortable, and the facilities first class”.

Named in memory of the first Glendale Gateway Trust chairman, and developed with grant funding from the Big Lottery Villages SOS programme, the Tom Sale Hall seats up to 80, and is the only facility of its type in the Glendale area.

Purpose built with surround sound audio, cinema quality film projection, an induction loop system and Wi-Fi, it is ideal for formal meetings, conferencing and theatre and musical performances.




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