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Repairs under way at Esk tourism centre

REPAIR work to the roof of the Esk Visitor Information Centre is being carried out by local tradesmen.

Routine maintenance work to the roof of the centre is being completed and necessary structural beams have temporarily been placed around the building while the work is being carried out.

The tourism centre is still open for business.

Topics:  esk, visitor information centre


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