Saturday, 10 September 2011

The transformation of St Peter's Crypt - what do you think?

Sitting on De Beauvoir Road at the heart of De Beauvoir Town St Peter's Church has been part of the local community since the area was first urbanised in the mid-nineteenth century.

To reaffirm its position at the heart of local life, St Peter's is currently undertaking a refurbishment of its crypt in order to make it a really useful community space used by a wide range of people from across the local area. The crypt is already used in a wider range of ways including as a nightshelter and a community cafe, and the Church would like to expand this further. Phase one of the refurbishment completed last year, and they are currently planning phase two of the work. 

The team are currently in discussions with a major donor who is keen to know more about what people think about the project and about what they would find useful.

In order to do this St Peter's have prepared a short online survey to gather suggestions about the sort of community activities and events you think are needed in De Beauvoir. It only takes a couple of minutes to complete, and can be found online here.

If you want to know more about the Crypt refurbishment project you can find more details here.

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