REGAL CINEMA PROGRESSES
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REGAL CINEMA PROGRESSES

Work to the Regal Cinema is progressing at an impressive rate, as a visit from civic leaders, including local MP Peter Luff, found on Monday, when they took a tour of the building.
The cinema has undergone an impressive clean up, and restoration is in full swing, with the help from local volunteers and a committed workforce.

The restoration, as well as enhancing the 1930s features to create a period atmosphere with a modern twist, will bring a new screen, seating, bar areas, function rooms, a coffee shop and roof top restaurant, all adding to the development.

Ian Wiper, of the Regal Cinema Evesham Ltd said Its been a great pleasure to show people around the building and to let them see the progress. We have ambitious plans to restore the Regal to its former glory and we are delighted with the very strong and enthusiastic support that we are receiving from local people.

Paul Middlebrough, Leader of Wychavon said This facility will be an impressive addition to Evesham and will certainly enhance the local area. Im very impressed by the current plans and the ambition of those involved with developing it.

Peter Luff MP said "I am delighted that the Wiper family have made this commitment to the future of the Regal. Their enthusiasm is wonderful and I know they are really pleased with the magnificent support they are getting from the people of the town and beyond. I can't wait for the cinema to reopen next year and I will do all I can to help them make sure it happens."

Ian continued Were hoping the building can be finished next summer, but well continue to provide regular updates on progress.

Anyone wishing to support the cinema can make donations to help the restoration and become a friend. Information is available on the website www.theregal.ac

To volunteer your help with the project call 01386 421 007 or e-mail info@theregal.ac

For more information on the friendship schemes available and to keep up to date with the progress visit www.theregal.ac


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