Church Hall Noise Abatement Fund

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At the recent Church Council Meeting it was agreed to proceed with a proposal to fix acoustic tiles to the hall ceiling as a noise reduction measure. Unfortunately this is expected to cost around £6,000 which is more than the church finances can support at the moment. So funds will need to be raised specifically for this project if it is to go ahead.

The Treasurer will be setting up a fund for donations to the project. If you would like to make a donation, please put cash or a cheques (made out to 'Alton Methodist Church') in an envelope marked 'Hall Acoustic Tile Fund' and put it into the collection or hand it into the church office.

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