The Seagull Theatre supports a lot of very vulnerable residents in the south half of the town particularly those who live in the most deprived wards.
They have a long history of working collaboratively with the community and have solid links with harder to engage communities.
This part of the town has less cultural and community infrastructure than the north side and should be invested in to grow the cultural life of the south half
The theatre already has developed plans for creating more disabled accessible space to extend and enhance their work with the community and this should be supported.
They wish to build a new accessible workshop to allow vulnerable people to learn new practical skills as well as developing a disabled accessible rehearsal and meeting space on the ground floor. This work should be supported by the town fund to develop existing facilities rather than spending a lot more in new projects
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