THE Adult Learning Centre in Waterloo has been reopened following ‘substantial renovations.’
The facility, on Cambridge Road, offers courses for adults to learn something new and to develop their skills.
The centre has been improved with new facilities, including woodworking tables and an immersive room.
This is in addition to the redecoration which has give the centre a fresh, new look while maintaining important pieces of the centre’s history.
Bootle MP Peter Dowd and leader of Sefton Council Ian Maher, gave speeches at the opening discussing how far the centre has come and its importance for the community.
Several of the school’s former attendees were present at the opening.
Terry Liggett, a pupil of the years 1966-1971, said: “I saw what it was like before the repairs were carried out and it’s quite amazing to see what’s happened.
“It’s an opportunity for new generations to come back and enjoy their learning process.
“I think it’s fantastic - and great for the community.”