The final stages of fitting out the new Sleaford Museum look to be moving ahead after water was connected.
Reporting at the latest Sleaford Town Council Services Committee meeting, held on January 7, chairman Coun Garry Titmus said until the water was connected the building remained in the hands of the contractors, Carre Heritage. This work took place at the weekend, the council has since confirmed.
At the January 7 meeting, Coun Titmus said the intention was to keep the museum’s opening date as being at the end of March.
He said: “To do that we have incorporated the museum teams to get on with working inside the building with Carre Heritage’s approval. The building team have been supporting the design and display team in refurbishing and furnishing inside and we will be interviewing volunteers to be working within the museum.”
It was agreed the opening of the public toilet installed at the western end of the building will coincide with the museum opening.