A quote which I totally believe and a photo of what I think Spires sometimes looks like after a panto rehearsal! We absolutely appreciate that you are working hard in your creative space and that perhaps tidying up after yourselves is not high on the agenda but would you be allowed to leave your spaces in this mess at school or home? I think perhaps not.
Coming in to Spires this morning was not fun….. litter spewing out of full bins on to the floor, food and juice bottles/cans strewn on every surface, the waiting area by the toilets downstairs looks like a bomb has exploded, empty tshirt wrappers left everywhere (disappointing to see that a few of those wrappers belong to team leaders and deputes!) and clothes/shoes strewn everywhere!
If we don’t respect this building, I can guarantee no-one else will! Please, put rubbish in bins (and if the bin is overflowing, find one which is empty), spend five minutes at the end of the rehearsal to check you have your belongings – you find the time to pack your back to come to PACE, it takes the same amount of time to pack your bag to go home.
If we continue to leave the waiting area in the same state then we will have to close this off for use in future. We don’t have a magical cleaning fairy who comes in and clears up – it is me who has to clear up after everyone which is not much fun!
So… moan over and a heartfelt plea for everyone to take responsibility for keeping Spires clean in future!