Post-its deliver new centre
By Bath Chronicle | Thursday, February 28, 2013, 09:00
A new people power community centre developed from brainstorming session Post-it notes has been officially opened in Keynsham.
At the official opening of Community@67 are Cllr Gill Hellier, chairman of Keynsham Town Council, Rob Appleyard, B&NES chairman, Roger Thomas of Curo and Clare Hudson, chairman of Community@67 PICTURE: Lloyd Ellington
Community@67 is led by volunteers and offers a range of free activities, such as an internet cafe, children's maths club, a job club and digital photography classes.
It also rents space to organisations such as Keynsham Old People's Social Group and Transition Keynsham.
It has taken shape following an open day at which people were asked to write their ideas on Post-it notes.
The centre in Queens Road is supported by Keynsham Town Council, Bath and North East Somerset Council and social landlord Curo.