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Liverpool's £2 million Lee Valley Millennium Centre was last week opened by the Duke of Gloucester.

The centre, which includes an internet cafe, laundrette, library, community college, training rooms and community hall, is Liverpool's largest millennium project. It also received funding from the Single Regeneration Budget, Liverpool City Council and fire insurance from the community centre that previously stood on the site.The 1,600m2 centre is expected to act as a social focus for six estates on the eastern side of the city. The building has come together from a design team which included Tweeds, Ernest Griffiths and Son and Alan Johnson Partnership.

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