Busy 2019 in the pipeline for historic community-run Brechin City Hall

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Further transformations are afoot at Brechin City Hall, where volunteers hope footfall will reach new heights in 2019. The post Busy 2019 in the pipeline for historic community-run Brechin City Hall appeared first onThe Courier .
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