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There's always something for everyone at Cleveleys Community Centre
10am – 1pm Knit n Natter
6.15 – 7.45pm Dru Yoga
7.30 – 9.30pm Thornton-Cleveleys Amateur Radio Society
1 – 3pm Board games – all welcome
7 – 9pm Simply Sew (1st Tuesday only)
7 – 10pm Thornton-Cleveleys Canine Training Society
7 – 10pm Susan Traynor dance class
11am – 3pm Arts and crafts group - all welcome
10 – 11.30am Dru Yoga
9.30 – 10.30am Weightwatchers
9.30am – 12.30pm Knit n Natter
1.30 – 3.30pm Cleveleys Ladies (except 1st Thursday of each month)
2 – 4pm Patchwork class
4 – 8pm Joanne Wilson Dance School
7.30 – 9.30pm One Accord ladies choir
7.45 – 9.30pm Explorer Scouts for boys and girls
9am – 12noon Friday Arts Group
1 – 3.30pm Windmill Arts Group
7 – 10pm Susan Traynor Dance class (2nd Saturday only)
10.30am – 12noon Cleveleys Community Church. Elim Pentecostal church. Visitors welcome.
Each week there are regular activities, including Knit n Natter, Yoga, Board Games, Canine Training, dance classes, arts and crafts, Weightwatchers, ladies choir, patchwork classes - and much more!
Plus monthly groups like Rossall Beach Resident's & Community Group who meet here every fourth Wednesday. Come and take a look!
This is Mr Holme, he grows all his own plants in greenhouses at home, and sells them from the car park at Cleveleys Community Centre.
A selection of bedding plants and perennials available to suit the seasons. Call round and get a few flowers to brighten up your garden.
Bring your hanging baskets along and get them refilled.
On Saturday's according to the season, from 9am.
Please like and share our new Facebook page - Cleveleys Community Church Centre
This page is for information about weekly groups and special events at our centre on Beach Road.
If you want further details about any event or need to hire a room please call 863369 or leave a Facebook message.
Rooms are available at very reasonable rates for a one-off event or a weekly group, from 2 people to 100 people. Large car park on site. Disabled access and toilet. Catering available.
Come and join Sue at her new coffee lounge here at Cleveleys Community Centre...
Tuesday - Friday 9am to 2pm
Freshly prepared meals and snacks at great prices.
Full breakfast from £3.50 including tea or coffee Tea 50p Filter Coffee 70p Hot chocolate 70p Deluxe £1
Daily special - homemade hot meal and dessert1 course £3.00. 2 courses £4.50
Gluten free bread available. Decaffeinated tea and coffee.
Dogs welcome.Highchairs and baby changing facilities.Disabled access and toilet.Large free car park.Close to Cleveleys town centre.
Watch out for specials, offers and news on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/refreshcoffeelounge
Come and check us out, there is something for everyone: from Dance Classes, Weight Watchers, Art classes, Amateur Radio, Dog Training, Yoga, Line Dancing and youth club.
Need somewhere to hold your meetings? We have rooms at very reasonable rates...
Give us a call on 01253 863369 or e-mail us at email@example.com (Please mention this website)
Can you help? Please help us to help the less fortunate families in our community
Food urgently required:
Tinned Food - meat, fruit, spaghetti & baked beans, tuna/fish etc, tinned/packet soupsBeverages - tea/coffee, sugar, soft drinks etcCereals - breakfast cereals & muesli, noodles, rice & pasta, muesli bars etcBabies - nappies, baby wipes, tins/jars of baby food etc
Non perishable foods only please - even the smallest donation is gratefully received.
Just drop your donation off at Cleveleys Community Centre - at the back of the car park/off Beach Road.
To find out call 01253 863369 (Please mention this website)
Cleveleys Community Centre is owned and managed by a team of volunteers with the aim of being at the centre of the community.
It's about providing a place for people to go and make friends, to join in with different activities and events, have a bite to eat and a brew, and just generally feel at home and find someone to have a natter to and something to do.
If you're looking for something to do they're always on the look out for people who can volunteer an hour or two of their time each week to help with the community centre activities - like locking up and unlocking the building,and tidying, office duties and generally being on hand to help. If you'd like to be part of the team please get in touch and find out more.
Originally built as Beach Road School, the building which was converted to the Frank Townend Community Centre is now Cleveleys Community Church and Centre. The church bought the building early 2016.
Ring the centre on 01253 863369
Rooms available to hire at reasonable rates for classes, meetings, parties and events.
For details of events or to hire rooms for your own event, please contact the centre on 01253 863369 or email firstname.lastname@example.org (please mention that you saw it here, thanks!)
We are affiliated with Elim Pentecostal churches and the Ground Level network
Main meeting every Sunday morning at 10.30am. Refreshments served before and after the meeting. Visitors very welcome.
Weekly Bible studies and prayer meetings. Connect groups which meet in people's homes and at the Centre fortnightly
Ironmen is our men's ministry who meet for breakfast every 4 weeks on Saturdays at 10am at the Centre
Breakfast in the Park for all the family at Stanley Park, Saturdays 10am. Every 4 weeks.
Flourish is our ladies fellowship who meet bi-monthly to enjoy food and fellowship, craft evenings and much more. Please call 863369 to find out about our next event or look at our website www.elimcleveleys.org.uk
ALPHA course Want to learn about the Christian faith in an informal, friendly discussion group?
Next course starts later this year....
See our new website www.elimcleveleys.org.uk
Reasonable rates for classes, meetings, parties and events, either a one-off occasion or regular booking. Kitchen facilities available. Disabled access and facilities. Different sizes of rooms available.
For details of any of the above events or to hire rooms for your own event, please contact the centre on 01253 863369 or email email@example.com.
From the trustees and volunteers who own and run the centre and from the individual groups who use it!
Cleveleys Community Church and Centre is the new name for the former primary school building on Beach Road, which was known as the Frank Townend Centre. Cleveleys Community Centre has taken over the running of the community centre from Wyre Council and bought the premises in March 2016, to make sure it continues in its vital role as the heart of the community and a meeting place, offering something for everyone with varied classes and activities.
Under the new management you’ll see some changes taking place – the entrance foyer has been decorated and is now a bright and airy space, with tables and chairs to welcome visitors and provide somewhere to sit and wait for your friends or to simply pop-in for a chat and a brew. Everyone is welcome!
There are groups and classes here for all kinds of things. There are art and dancing classes, Residents groups, police and public meetings, dog obedience – you’ll find something for everyone and all the groups who use the building are always looking for new members!
Here are just some of the groups who use Cleveleys Community Centre:
Joanne Wilson dance school
Windmill Arts Group
Friday Arts Workshop
... and more!
You can also hire a room for a couple of hours on a one off occasion - you don’t have to have a regular booking. This is ideal for fundraising, launches for new businesses, AGMs, plays and productions and all kinds of events.
One room holds up to 30 people arranged in rows, another two rooms can be used separately with up to 30 people each or opened up into one bigger room, and the hall is suitable for large public meetings of up to 100 people.
Catering facilities can be arranged and provided.
Cleveleys Community Church is an Elim Pentecostal church and a member of Groundlevel churches. Meetings are held here during the week including prayer meeings, Bible studies and Alpha courses. Our main meeting is every Sunday morning at 10.30am. Check out our Facebook page for up-to-date information and news.
Sunday Services at Cleveleys Community Church comprise of powerful worship and a life changing message. Both are consistent with today’s culture. Worship is led by a live band and will occasionally involve drama and performing arts. The Life Changing messages are mostly focused on applying the Bible to everyday lives. Children are very welcome, bring them along with you! The preaching style is always personal and very relational.
Communion is shared monthly and throughout the year there are baptisms, child-dedication and membership enrolment services.
If you are attending Cleveleys Community Church for the first time, you will be very welcome. Stop for a chat and a coffee after the service in the foyer coffee bar, or come down before the service from 10am for a slice of toast and a brew.
Pastor Stephen Scholes is the Senior Pastor of Cleveleys Community Church. Together with his wife Debbie and the leadership team they organise a full diary of activities both for the church and the Community Centre.
Together as a church, they adopt the standard Evangelical Statement of Faith.
Cleveleys Community Church and Centre took over management of the Kensington Road venue in 2010 while the council retained responsibility for maintenance and repairs.
The partnership has been a great success with community usage increasing greatly in the years since and a wide range of classes and activities for all ages now on offer, along with room hire and catering facilities.
Councillor Alan Vincent, Deputy Leader and Cabinet member with responsibility for estates at Wyre Council, said: "Cleveleys Community Church and Centre has been running the building since October 2010 and during that time the number of groups using it has increased. I'm confident that success will continue because of their drive, enthusiasm and commitment to the community."
Reverend Stephen Scholes, Minister of Cleveleys Community Church, said: "Since taking over the centre we've built it up to become a focal point for the community - it is used for everything from educational classes and art groups to dog training and blood donations.
"Once we have complete ownership we intend to do more of the same and add to what's available, and to carry out renovations to make it an even better place. The building will always be used as a community centre and church for the people of Cleveleys."
The deal includes a restriction on the future of the centre to community use only under the Local Government Act 1972, which allows local authorities to dispose of property for less than normal market value where it will help secure the social wellbeing of the area.
As a result the building has been valued as a community asset and will be sold as such, freeing up funds to finance future council spending.
The sale was finalised in March 2016 and the church now own the building. Changes are well underway with new triple glazed windows installed in part of the building and new bathrooms being planned for later in the year.
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