Page 9, 2nd February 1940

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Page 9, 2nd February 1940 — CENTRE FOR THE TROOPS To Be Opposite The Cathedral
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CENTRE FOR THE TROOPS To Be Opposite The Cathedral

The Catholic recreational centre for the troops in Nottingham is to be right in the city, almost opposite St. Barnabas' Cathedral. The provisional site is Colston House, next to Nottingham Albert Hall.

The centre will be run by the Catholic Women's League, but all Catholic societies ir the City are co-operating in the financial backing of the venture, including the Catholic Cricket Club.

Mgr. J. F. McNulty, Bishop of Nottingham. has already sent a cheque towards the initial expenses, and grants have already been made from the funds of the various societies.




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