Corona Virus 2020 – all groups at the Community Centre are currently suspended.
Please stay safe and follow current guidelines on social distancing
THE FUTURE OF THE COMMUNITY CENTRE
We are looking for volunteers to help us ensure the future
of this well used and much loved village building.
We are especially looking for someone to take over the position of Chair in November 2020, and it
would be good for anyone interested in that to come along to as many meetings as possible, to find out how we operate.
Meetings are held on Thursday evenings 6 times a year, and last for a couple of hours.
If you’d like to get involved please get in touch, or come along to the next meeting, if it goes ahead:
Thursday 14th May 2020
in the Centre Lounge at 7.30pm
All village residents are entitled to attend and will be made very welcome
The Community Centre is owned by the people of Roberttown and is a registered charity. It is managed by Roberttown Youth & Community Association (RYCA), a Committee of Trustees made up of village residents.
The Committee organise fundraising events throughout the year, and by supporting these events you are helping us to keep the building in good condition and available for use by the many groups and individuals who hire it.
The Committee is always pleased to hear from anyone willing to help us out at our events, for example selling raffle tickets. Please leave your details on our ‘contact us‘ page or come along to our next meeting – dates are shown on the left.
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Calling Local Tradespeople
The Community Centre is a privately owned building, and as such it is NOT maintained by Kirklees, and any repairs have to be paid for out of the money received from rental and fundraising income.
We have a ‘Skills Register’ of local tradespeople who we call when we need work doing – Joiners, Electricians, Plumbers, Roofers etc.
If you would like to be on the register please send us your contact details via the ‘contact us‘ page, with a brief message.
We will also pass your details on to the various groups who use the Centre