The restored club’s fundraising campaign ends tomorrow.

When Fabric launched the #saveourculture campaign to support themselves while working to reopen, they promised to keep donators updated with regular transparency statements. Since the news of their reopening, the company have not forgotten this promise and updated fans today on what will happen to the remainder of the funds.

“We envisage having a substantial surplus due to the overwhelming support that’s been shown to us and these residual funds will be used to help other worthy causes within the industry, including Philip Kolvin QC’s pursuance of licensing reform which is he currently championing,” said the club’s managing director Gary Kilbey.

A portion of the resources funded will be directed towards policy reform in the 2003 Licensing Act in an effort to protect fellow and future venues. The money will also be put towards a new piece of artwork for the club. Though there are no details about what it is, Kilbey asked all donators to keep an eye on their inbox.

“We will very shortly be inviting you to cement your part in fabric’s history,” he wrote.

Read the full statement here.

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