Plans revealed for Topsham’s new community hub
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Estuary League of Friends have revealed plans for the Topsham Community Hub currently being built in Nelson Close on the site of the town’s former library.
Plans have been revealed for a state-of-the-art community hub being built on the site of the former Topsham library.
Construction is underway on the Estuary League of Friends-led facility, in Nelson Close, which will have a number of different activities and services.
There will be a new community café, library and IT suite at the new facility as well as a laundrette.
Rooms can be hired for exercise classes, activities, treatments and meetings. There will also be wheelchair-friendly wet rooms.
Once opened, the building will be renamed Nancy Potter House in recognition of the benefactor of a trust which contributed £180,000 towards the build.
Estuary League of Friends chief executive Rachel Gilpin said: “We look forward to opening Nancy Potter House to the public next summer.
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“We are already working with others in the community to ensure a wide range of services and fun activities for all the community are on offer at Nancy Potter House.”