Over the coming weeks, it will become apparent that the Albany club are erecting scaffolding at the front of the property at 10 Earlsdon Street.

Due to the age of the building, it has become apparent to the committee that some of masonry on the front of the club is starting to show signs of wear that will need addressing before they become an issue and potential hazard. As such, the club in accordance with its responsibilities to its members, club users and the local residents of the Earlsdon area, we are forging forward with the necessary repair works.

The club fully realise the concerns people may have around the nature of works, and therefore wishes to reassure all those interested that this work is purely to restore the frontage to its former glory and ensure that we don’t have any lose masonry which could eventually become unsightly and a potential future Health & Safety issue.

In addition to the above, we might just give the frontage a coat of paint or two to preserve the club’s local heritage status and reputation.

Kind Regards

The Albany Social Committee