The Magistrates Court to close on December 7th
after which it will be sold off by Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service.
Other buildings either closed or in danger of closing include Fenton Library which has closed and is to let may be sold when the magistrates closes.-
Fenton Local Centre is under threat of closure
Fenton Day Care Centre is under threat of closure
Fenton Community Centre will no longer be run by the city council.
Fenton Manor Leisure Centre may no longer be run by the city council.
Fenton and Berry Hill Walks -Step out with the Berryhill Walking Group
Friends of Berry Hill Fields
Events calendar 2012
Wednesday 6th June 1.30pm - Bug Hunt
Suday 5th August 1.30pm - Wildflower Safari
Thursday 23rd August 1.30pm – Pond Dipping
Sunday 30th September 1.30pm – Autumn Clean
Also Quiz Night 1st Thursday of each month (except January) from 7-30pm at Berryhill Village, Arbourfield Drive - £1 entry
What now For Fenton
With Magistrates Court set to close and the library already closed, what future is there for Fenton?
As announced by the City Council last week, Burslem could be in-line to get almost £4m of further investment in the town. Hanley is having untold amounts of money invested in it, even Longton has had investment to help renovate the buildings but what of Fenton our most forgotten of the six towns of Stoke-on-Trent?
Fenton Town Hall and library were built in 1889 by William Meath Baker (above) at his own expense was given to the people of Fenton. At the federation of the six towns the Town Hall became an asset of the City Council.
Article from www.pitsnpots.co.uk and written by Mike Rawlins
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