Cullercoats Watch House trustee SOS

Cullercoats Watch HouseThe Cullercoats Watch House is a fantastically distinctive building, full of local history and they would love to see the building reach its full potential as a thriving community venue.

The existing trustees have already worked hard to bring this to fruition, but they now need support from people who can bring a variety of skills and experience to the table to help them move on to the next stage in gaining the funding needed and steadily bringing in more user groups so the maximum amount of local people (& visitors from farther afield) can enjoy what this magnificent local landmark can offer to its local community.

If you would like to make a  big difference to your local community and help make this happen – then now’s your chance – the potential for what this building could be offering is enormous.

Read more here.


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