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Kingsgate Community Centre is run by a voluntary Board of Directors made up of people who live or work in the local community. Day to day service provision is delivered by a staff team and volunteers. The aim of the association is to promote benefits within the Kilburn Ward of Camden, by linking with local and voluntary organisations and members of the community in a common effort to provide a wide range of social, educational, welfare and leisure activities with the object of improving the conditions of life for the local community. We value all individuals, challenge discrimination and promote positive attitudes to equality to benefit all. If you are interested in joining the Kingsgate Board of Directors or would like more information, then please call into the reception and ask to speak to the Centre Co-ordinator.
Fratton Community Centre is dedicated to help, support and provide services to the local community!
The centre is made up of a gym, sports hall, various sized rooms, pre school, charity organisations, offices and cafe. With helpful / friendly staff to give you a warm welcome! We are open 7 days a week and have plenty of activities & services that run on a daily basis!
The centre is at the heart of a very active community. Every week, over 60 different groups use the centre. Throughout the years, we have gained great experience in supporting and advising small, informal, self-organised community groups.
130 Denmark Street Glasgow G22 5LQ
Possilpoint Community Centre is managed by Glasgow Life on behalf of Glasgow City Council as a resource for the local community. It was originally built in 1980 and opened in April 1981 by William Harley J.P.
Possilpoint Community Centre can be used for a variety of community, social and commercial activities, including but not restricted to: meetings, small conferences, classes, clubs, arts and crafts, sports activities, dance classes, birthday parties, christening/communion receptions, slimming clubs and martial arts classes.
Experienced staff are always on hand to assist with any special requirements.
Please note that in accordance with Government Policy, smoking is not permitted in Possilpoint Community Centre or our surrounding grounds.
The Community Centre enjoys the support of Tarvin Parish Council, which gives it an annual grant.
The Committee’s policy is to organise a series of cultural and social events during the year, including plays, films, concerts and dances. The main aim is to draw village people from all age groups into the Centre and to enhance the wellbeing of residents, rather than specifically to raise money. Events are also an important source of funds for investment to improve the facilities.