Plans also include a cafe, club room, common rooms, wi-fi capabilities and facilities for the use of Wii Sports and dance mats. The idea is to provide a range of free and paid activities that can be enjoyed by families and individuals of all ages.
According to Robert Gwyn, "It would be a terrible shame if the kids get pushed to the back of the queue again."
The group are rushing to form a new trust in order to put these proposals to the council. Fabian Coonghe is backing the bid, and will be one of the group's trustees. During the meeting he gathered signatures for a petition in favour of the multiplex. Petition forms are available at various places around town including Boyes, Cojos, and Yorkshire Trading.
The pool site is currently held in trust by the Louth Swimming Pool charity.
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