A MEETING is to be held to discuss the next steps in the proposed redevelopment of Buckley's Old Baths, it has been confirmed.

The Leader reported how a public consultation over the future of the site took place earlier this year.

Buckley Councillors Carol Ellis, Mike Peers and Dennis Hutchinson - who are the three remaining trustees and directors of Old Buckley Baths Community Hall Ltd which owns the site - have spoken previously of their hopes of turning it into a multi-use community space.

Following the completion of the consultation and the collation of the results, Cllr Ellis told the Leader what the next part of the process will be.

She explained: "We're going to be having a meeting to discuss the results of the consultation and what the next steps are.

"I am hoping that is going to happen next week or the week after."

Cllr Ellis said she understands around 165 people had their say in the consultation process, but the final outcomes are yet to be confirmed.

Readers previously shared their ideas for the building - with suggestions including a return to use as a swimming pool, a performance school, a spa, an artisan market and more.

The facility - built in 1928 at a cost of £5,000 - closed more than 15 years ago and has remained unused since.