Fryshuset needs bigger premises. In addition a workshop for young people with cars and motor-bikes. In February they will transfer to the former Papermill area.
Everybody at Fryshuset is delighted – at last it has all worked out.
– Now we can be a proper meeting-place, says Sören Davidsen, acting operations manager.
They will move into the building where Träningsbruket and the Chernobyl committee have their premises.
– We’ll move in on the floor below them.
The move gives Fryshuset three times as much space, with room for a meeting-place, dance and music. And a studio too.
– To get everything under one roof helps inclusion and integration. You can be interested in tinkering with cars and mopeds and hanging around the workshop even although you don’t have a vehicle of your own. Or if you just want to take it easy at the meeting-place, Sören Davidsen explains.
Fryshuset can make the move in February.