An exciting opportunity to create and fund inspirational projects in your local community
The Hoole Community Centre opened in 1987, renting a former school building and has been in operation since then on this site. The building is now up for sale and we wish to purchase it to secure the future of the Centre for the community and thus ensure the wide range of activities at the Centre can continue. If we do not acquire the building, it will be sold to the highest bidder for re-development and the Centre will have to close. We have until the end of November to raise the necessary funds. The building is Grade II listed, designed by John Douglas and donated to the community for education purposes by the Duke of Westminster. It has been a focal point for the people of Hoole for over 140 years. .
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
The long-term future of the Centre will be assured and with it the range of services and activities based there, including a community cafe, childrens nursery and branch library. The jobs of our 6 employees will be secured as well as the volunteering opportunities we provide to around some 50 local people.
Steps to get it done:
About the space
Cheshire East Council
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