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Lunt Learning Centre Progress

Soroptimists get a ‘first look’ inside.

The long-term partnership between Soroptimist International Crosby and the Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside (LWT) at Lunt Meadows nature reserve continues to develop.

A major element of LWT’s ‘Mesolithic and Modern Life’ project is the Learning Centre. This is now well underway. The wooden building has been constructed; electrics and plumbing are ‘in progress’; fitting-out and external groundworks are planned.

Soroptimists Terry Francis and Jenny Stanistreet had a first look at the centre, thanks to LWT’s Cheryl Ashton, Project Manager. Facilities will include a flexible-use education space and a room for the many volunteers on the reserve.

Terry said, “Even in its unfinished state we could appreciate how light and airy the centre is inside. It will be a great asset to the reserve and to the local community. Crosby Soroptimists are proud to be part of this project.”