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Tonight’s episode of Mrs Brown’s Boys – CANCELLED!

Sadly, tonight’s episode of Mrs Browns Boys has been cancelled. This e-mail received this morning:

I need to confirm to you that Arun District Council has been forced to postpone tonight’s Full Council meeting for health and safety reasons.

Building work in the Civic Suite has led to the discovery of a potentially harmful substance within the structure of the building. Tests have so far proved inconclusive but, due to the age of the building, there is the possibility it could be asbestos.

As a precautionary measure, the meeting scheduled for tonight has to be cancelled and will be re-arranged.

Nigel Lynn, Arun District Council’s Chief Executive, has made a Statement: “Work was being done to improve the sound system when the issue arose late on Tuesday evening. We don’t know yet what it is but we have taken the decision to cancel tonight’s meeting while we await the results of the tests that are being carried out.”

Councillor Mrs Gillian Brown has said: “This is totally beyond our control. We know that many people had made arrangements to attend tonight’s meeting but we have no choice other than to postpone the meeting. There is every chance the substance is not asbestos but it would be irresponsible to continue with tonight’s meeting without knowing for sure.”

Tuesday night’s Overview Select Committee was also cancelled.

All further meetings scheduled for the Civic Centre this week have been cancelled.

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