Visitor centre to open in Stoke-on-Trent

November 22, 2018 by  

A Stoke-on-Trent visitor centre is scheduled to open in the next few months.

The centre received an investment of £370,000 and this should enable the Stoke-on-Trent amenity to open its doors in a matter of months. The development is taking place several years after an arson attack on the site. Print shops can be useful in providing relevant services for ventures about to launch to the public.

It appears that the fresh facility will include space for community groups. There will be toilets and closed-circuit television in the building at Park Hall Country Park. Construction is ongoing at a site adjacent to an entrance to Hulme Road. Martin Kessel is the secretary for the Park Hall Community Association and he told The Sentinel:

“It is really great news that the visitors’ centre is about to be rebuilt. ‘When will it happen’ was one of the regular questions that would be asked at our meetings because the residents on our estate used the centre frequently.”

Residents should be able to gain access to the centre by the spring of next year. There is considerable anticipation with regard to the opening of the hub as the community is eager to use up-to-date facilities and access information.

Anthony Munday, a local councillor, is clear about the enthusiasm local people have for community assets. Councillor Munday indicated that it has been complicated to get everything on track. He understands the social value of green space in urban areas.