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Left to right: Susan Hill, Manager of the Rainbow Community Centre, volunteers Curtis and Sarah Bailey, and Sarah Booth, Assistant Partnerships Manager at Keepmoat, toast to a warmer future in front of the new boiler.
Left to right: Susan Hill, Manager of the Rainbow Community Centre, volunteers Curtis and Sarah Bailey, and Sarah Booth, Assistant Partnerships Manager at Keepmoat, toast to a warmer future in front of the new boiler.
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The Rainbow Community Centre in Thurnscoe is back in the black with its energy provider after house builder Keepmoat installed a new energy-efficient boiler for free.

The centre was struggling to heat the building off Houghton Road and approached Keepmoat, which is building 875 homes in the village as part of the Thurnscoe Alliance, for help.

Pictured above, from the left, are Rainbow Community Centre manager Susan Hill, volunteers Curtis and Sarah Bailey, and Sarah Booth, of Keepmoat.