VIDEO: ‘I went where no women has ever been (ahem) to give you the film you have all been waiting for’

14:32 22 April 2014

Queen Mary Centre, Wisbech. FDC and Anglian Water Jobs Fair. Organiser Russell Beal.Picture: Steve Williams.

Queen Mary Centre, Wisbech. FDC and Anglian Water Jobs Fair. Organiser Russell Beal.Picture: Steve Williams.

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It’s all in the detail. I went where no women has ever been (ahem) to give you the film you have all been waiting for.

No room is too small… and Russell Beal, Fenland’s Business Connector demonstrates the importance of a sparkling urinal.

The Gents is just one of the newly renovated facilities at The Queen Mary Centre in Wisbech, which is now available for to hire: from wedding receptions to giving blood, karate classes to Sunday hymns.

Profit made goes both towards the re-generation project and supporting homeless people at The Ferry Project to move towards independent living. Sounds like a win-win situation if ever I heard one.

(Shape Your Place is the community website for Cambridgeshire)

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