The Belmore Community Centre is literally that – the centre of a wee hamlet that sits where 4 Ontario townships – Carrick, Culross, Turnberry and Howick – and 2 counties – Bruce and Huron – come together.
With only 100 citizens, the Belmore Community Centre plays an active role in bringing the community together, as well as showcasing what the area has to offer by hosting events such as the Belmore Maple Syrup Festival!
The Centre includes the arena with skating/hockey ice, curling ice, auditorium, library and a fully equipped kitchen, as well as outdoor facilities: playground, two ball parks, picnic shelter, outdoor booth and tennis courts, all efficiently situated on five acres of land.
Such a Centre requires constant upkeep, often when volunteer funding is measured in dollars rather than millions. Recently Buddsteel Architectural Products was tasked to perform upgrades of the washroom facilities in the Centre in the most cost-effective manner.
From past their ‘best before date’ designs and outdated colours to state of the art materials and colours that will stay in fashion for years to come the upgrade was an amazing success!
Sometimes the most effective upgrade is the simplest (and least expensive), such as a simple privacy screen between two urinal units!
Designs and installations that work with your unique environment and budget are hallmarks of the service Buddsteel Architectural Products Ltd. provide to each and every one of our customers – non-profit, small business, school or multi-national corporation alike!
Belmore Community Centre now has a facility they can be proud of, that will serve the community for years to come. Another example of Buddsteel Architectural Products Ltd. helping small communities like Belmore, the Hamlet with a Heart!
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Belmore Community Centre is run entirely by volunteers, providing services in support of programs throughout South Bruce Municipality and beyond. Fundraising and maintenance are an ongoing process. If you live in the South Bruce Municipality or one of the nearby communities and would like to help out, volunteers are always welcome! More information on how to help out can be found on the Belmore Community Centre website. If you or your group would like to rent the facility for your next on or off-ice event contact Rose or Warren Weber at firstname.lastname@example.org