New elevator improves accessibility in Tatamagouche Centre

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TATAMAGOUCHE – A new piece of equipment has been added to Tatamagouche Centre’s Stewart Hall in the hopes of increasing public accessibility.

A special gathering was recently held to celebrate the building of a new elevator for Tatamagouche Centre’s Stewart Hall. Participating in the ribbon cutting ceremony were Ishbel Munro, the centre’s program director, and Cumberland Colchester Musquodoboit Valley MP Scott Armstrong. Submitted photo

A new elevator was recently installed in the centre’s hall, making the facility more accessible for people with mobility issues.

The elevator, along with paved sidewalks connecting the main buildings, is the latest progress at the centre. According to a news release from the centre, the enhancements are a response to participant feedback and from a senior’s consultation process that was undertaken last winter.

Other projects in the recent past included the installation of electric door openers and ramps as well as several wheelchair friendly accommodations.

Tatamagouche Centre is an accredited, non-profit education, conference and retreat facility.




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