Community Centers in UK

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Blackpools Diamond Community cic07531384415
  A non-profit organisation based in Blackpool Lancashire helping people gain access to employment, training and qualifications. We also provide help and support to local charities and organisations. We provide fundraising support, sports and arts projects, youth groups and more.bpooldc.giving.officelive.com
North West EnglandLancashireBlackpoolFY1 1PP   c/o 95 Abingdon St Blackpool
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Bangor Street Community Centre - Community Centre in Blackburn01254 691551
The goal of the charity is to maintain and evolve a creative partnership to tackle the social and economic inequalities experienced in Blackburn to ensure people living in these areas can achieve their optimum state of highly-being and health. The project will guarantee that the communities have ownership and involvement in the project to design local solutions to suit health requirements. Blackburn with Darwen Healthy Living is based at Bangor St Community. The charity goals and to supply trainingwww.bwdhealthyliving.co.uk
North West EnglandLancashireBlackburnBB1 6NZ   Norwich Street
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North End Writers0151 254 2222
N End Writers is a registered charity (established in 2006 by poet and writer Pauline Rowe) and seeks to promote, maintain, improve, and advance education by the encouragement of the literary arts and creative writing in all its forms, particularly amongst people resident in North Liverpool who are disadvantaged educationally or by reason of their gender, ethnicity, race, age, disability or social background. We're als0 a limited firm.www.northendwriters.co.uk
North West EnglandMerseysideLiverpoolL13 7EA   2A Green La
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Sawley Memorial Hall0115 854 7362
The committee was inaugurated on October 26th 1944, when a few Sawley gentlemen met to consider the possibility of starting a fund to supply for the building of a public hall, for the use of the community, there being no suitable place available for social functions in Sawley. The Sawley Memorial Hall and Community Centre was opened in the summer of 1958, in memory of the dead of the two World Wars. The opening was televised on ATV, and made headline news in the Long Eaton Advertiser!www.sawley.info
East MidlandsNottinghamshireNottinghamNG10   Draycott Road
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Regenesis2 - Community Centre in Manchester01612823205
Regenesis Squared was set up in April 2007 by three individuals with decades of knowledge in community and youth work. What Regenesis delivers today is both essential and unique: it is a very local response to local requirements, but it is strategic and infrastructural - we aid individuals and organisations. We build the capacity of organisations and individuals and strive towards a more cohesive and prosperous society. We like to assist create a world without borders where diverse societies, communitieswww.r-squared.org.uk
North West EnglandGreater ManchesterManchesterM16 8NR   165 Kingsbrook Road, Fallowfield
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St Sebastian Community Centre0161 737 1266
St Sebastian's Community Centre is a community resource run by a tiny group of volunteers, which supplies a array of opportunities and resources for local people. Opened in 1981 as a Day Care Centre for older people, run by Salford Social Services Department, this service was withdrawn in March 2000. While retaining subsidised lunches and other services, the new management set out to extend its solutions to all ages and establish an attractive modern facility which could readily reply to changingstsebscc.org
North West EnglandGreater ManchesterSalfordM6 6ES   1 Douglas Green
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Brandling Hall Community Centre - Community Centre in Gateshead0191 469 2812
Friday night is race night at the Brandling hall Community Centre every week from 6. 45p.m. Until 10. 00p.m! We race all aspects of radio controlled cars from 1/tenth scale saloon 2 wheel drive to 4 wheel drive buggies and Tamiya saloons. We even have a Kenworth truck complete with trailer! Cars are raced on a different track, set out by members, each week. Counting is done automatically by means of an AMB computer controlled system in conjunction with the BBK software program which is used throughoutbrandlingcommunitycentre.org.uk
North East EnglandTyne and WearGatesheadNE10 0HT   Church Place
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The Limes020 85098985
The Limes is passionate about delivering an environment where disabled and non-disabled kids can play and work together, where no one is excluded, where difference is valued and everyone can participate to their highest potential. The Limes Community and Children's Centre is an inclusive project at the middle of the community that was set up to understand the need for a play and recreational centre in the London Borough of Waltham Forest that is accessible to disabled and non-disabled kids and youngwww.thelimes.org.uk
LondonE17 6RX   6 Somers Road
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Dallow Development Trust - Community Learning Centre in Luton01582 410333
The Dallow Learning Community Centre (DLCC) officially opened its doors to the public on 21 st September 2003. The centre was successfully built with contributions from Luton BC, SRB, EEDA and the Luton & Dunstable Partnership at a cost of J1. 3million. DLCC was primarily built to cover the 14000 people living in the Dallow Ward. The Dallow Ward is in the top 10%of the most disadvantaged wards in England.www.dallow.org.uk
East EnglandBedfordshireLutonLU1 1TB   234 Dallow Road
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Walkley Community Centre07804 372255
Built in the 1st decade of the twentieth Century, Walkley Community Centre began life as the Walkley Reform Club. With an impressive snooker/billiards room, meeting rooms, hall and bowls green it was one of main social centres in Walkley. By the 1960's the Club had gone bankrupt and the building became Walkley Community Centre, run by and for local people. The building has many fine features including stained glass windows which incorporate photos of local men who died in the first World War. We'rewww.firstreet.org.uk
Yorkshire and the HumberSouth YorkshireSheffieldS6 3TG   7 Fir Street
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