By Nick Hughes2017-07-13T06:00:00
It takes a brave council to invest more than £30m in an arts project when local government budgets are being cut to the bone, but Cheshire West and Chester Council’s redevelopment of the city’s 1930s Art Deco Odeon cinema into a cultural centre is already paying dividends.
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