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Community premises

We manage and support many community premises throughout the borough. These are used by voluntary organisations, charities and residents.

The community premises we manage or support are listed below. We rely on comments and feedback to continually improve the services we provide.

Not all of the premises listed below are available for hire. If you are searching for a venue go to the directory of venues in the borough, which also includes many other sites not managed or supported directly by us.

Consultation on community premises

We recently consulted on the future support of the our community assets to the voluntary and community sector (pdf). The consultation asked for views on the way in which our assets, such as community centres, sports grounds and other buildings, will provide support to the voluntary and community sector (VCS) in the future. Mayor and Cabinet agreed an approach on 15 July 2015 and following further consultation agreed an implementation plan for community centres on 11 November 2015.

120 Rushey Green

2000 Community Action Centre

2–4 Devonshire Road

299 Kirkdale

300 Stanstead Road

308 Brownhill Road

77 Watsons Street

Ackroyd Community Centre

Barnes Wallis Community Centre

Brandram Hall

Champion Hall

Clare Hall

Etta Hall

Evelyn Community Centre

Ewart Road Clubroom

Honor Oak Community Centre

Leemore Central Community Hub

Lethbridge Close Clubroom

Lewisham Irish Community Centre

Lewisham Way Youth and Community Centre

Lochaber Hall

Moonshot Centre

Sedgehill Community Centre

The New Generation (TNG) Youth Centre

Venner Road Hall

Wesley Halls (Downham Community Centre)

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