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LSS: The Hall and the Society - MEMBERS ONLY

Description: Pansy of FreethoughtMembers Only Meeting: The Hall and the Society.
This is an opportunity to discuss in depth the current state of play of the plan to modernise Secular Hall, possible alternatives and the implications for the Society.
This is a special opportunity for members because conservation architect Helen Axworthy of RH Partnership will be there to show us and talk through her outline options.
This is not a decision making evening but an opportunity for members to raise their levels of awareness of the issues involved.
Hopefully members of the Leicester Rationalist Trust, who are the legal owners of the building, will also be present to explain things from their point of view, and to take on board the concerns of Leicester Secular Society members. LSS Members are welcome to visit Secular Hall between 18:00 and 20:00 on 26 and 28 January to preview the possible options in advance of the tonight's meeting.
UPDATE: View the options explained by Helen Axworthy here (pdf, 2.5Mb). More on Secular Hall.
Date: Sunday, 31 January 2010
Time: 18:30 GMT
Access: Public
Category: LSS - Secular Hall - MEMBERS ONLY*
Created by: LSS editor
Updated: Monday, 1 February 2010 14:00 GMT
Attachments: None

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