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Annual Herne Bay Projects Exhibition on Wednesday 9th March 2011 (2 - 7pm) at the King’s Hall

Annual Projects and Business Exhibition

The exhibition aims to engage with the local residents and businesses of Herne Bay, providing information on the progress made on the live regeneration projects over the past twelve months and about future plans for the town. Project Officers attend the event to discuss and answer any questions on any of the projects featured.

Last year we attracted a record attendance with over five hundred people visiting the exhibition in a single afternoon. Topics included: the Central Development Area proposals, the relocation of the pier sports centre to Herne Bay High School, the Pier, Memorial Park improvements, Beach Street to Central Parade and the Herne Bay Festival.

You are invited to the Annual Herne Bay Projects Exhibition on Wednesday 9th March 2011 (2 – 7pm) at the King’s Hall. The event will display a series of information stands on many of the major regeneration, business and community projects happening in Herne Bay. It is an opportunity for you to catch up on the progress made over the last twelve months and to view the plans for the future. City councillors and project officers will be available to answer your questions and provide more information about any of the projects featured; some of those you can expect to see include:

  • The Central Development Area Masterplan
  • The Herons Leisure Centre Extension
  • Herne Bay High School Sports Arena
  • The Memorial Park Improvement Plan
  • The Future Options for Herne Bay Pier
  • The Reculver Country Park
  • The Friends of Herne Bay Museum
  • Bay Card: The loyalty card for Herne Bay
  • Herne Bay Festival 2011
  • The Oyster Coastal Cycle Route
  • Play Provider Nework
  • Age Concern
  • Herne Bay in Bloom
  • The Friends of the Downs

Please put this date in your diary, tell your family, friends and neighbours, everyone is welcome; your participation is important in shaping the future of Herne Bay.

We look forward to meeting you at the Exhibition!

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