WMC: June 2017
Sound and acoustics in Church.
A small group has been set up by the Property and Finance Committee tasked with identifying the on-going problems we are having with the acoustics and sound in church in order that we can rectify things.
The first step is to look at the acoustics of the building and we will be getting professional help and advice.
We are very grateful to Rodney Tillitson who has agreed to take the lead on this.
We will keep you posted as to how things are going.
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