Representatives of Tattenhall Park Primary School Governors along with representatives nominated by the Parish Council have formed a working group to look at the future of the newly completed 'Community Room' on the school site.
The Community Room was developed from the old swimming pool building, using funds obtained by CWaC from Redrow Homes when Chestnut Grange was approved. The intention was to provide a room which could be hired to community groups for the benefit of the young people of the parish.
Cllr. Pat Black, a member of the working group, said
"The room and outdoor space will be used by the wrap around care currently offered by the school, which is of great benefit to working parents. Other possible uses might include school holiday clubs and a youth club. The group is working together to resolve a few issues around access and safeguarding but hopes to achieve a successful outcome."
School Governor, Tim Whitehill who is also a member of the group stated
"The school is working closely with the Parish Council to explore viable options for the Community Room, so that we can carefully plan and implement the necessary management and resource requirements. The School and the Parish Council are committed to ensuring that the room is accessible to all members of the community and is complementary to other provisions in the village and surrounding area. Our aim is to have arrangements in place by the early part of the New Year."