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Special mass to mark Mitchley Road Halls Church, Tottenham, restoration project
A church will hold special celebrations to mark the end of its huge restoration project this weekend.
People are invited to the newly repaired Mitchley Road Halls, in Mitchley Road, Tottenham, for mass.
The £59,000 project included restoring the halls’ leaky roofs and installing insulation, making them drier and warmer for community activities and events throughout the week.
It was led by St Mary’s Church, in Landsdowne Road, which manages the buildings.
Cash came through several sources including Goldsmiths, the Garfield Weston Foundation and the Veolia Environmental Trust, who awarded a grant of £29,000 through the Landfill Communities Fund.
Speaking about the end of the project, Father Morris, said: “We’re delighted that the roofing works have been completed. The Mitchley Road Halls are now an improved and valuable asset for our community.”
The executive director of The Veolia Environmental Trust, Paul Taylor, added: “It is great to see that this work is now complete. Community halls like these play a vital role in people’s lives and I hope these improvements mean that Mitchley Road Halls will continue to do so.”
Mass will be celebrated by the Right Reverend Robert Ladds, honorary assistant Bishop in the Diocese of London, on September 8 at the church from 5pm.
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