Should you wish to contact us please ring 01429 882200 as we are taking bookings for parties for 2022
Further details regarding funding etc. can be found here.
Photocopying available up to A3 in B/W and Colour we also offer a binding service.
We have rooms available to hire for all occasions and have a licensed bar with disabled access.
Contact Derek— 01429 882200
9th January 2017
Its with regret we will be reviewing a number of the services which we provide for the community.
We are constantly been targeted for funding cuts and have recently had a reduction of 2/3rd in local funding. Last year we contributed over £17k to support our youth club, but we are unable to continue this as funding is reduced. We will also see the withdrawal of funding from Durham County Council for our youth club.
We will have to make savings or risk the building standing empty, but where would a lot of functions take place without the Centre? Our volunteers still go unnoticed, some have been with us for 35 years. We have developed and supported many new volunteers including an exceptional youth volunteering scheme, we deliver many services to a village with very few facilities.
On a positive note we are looking at some new events, please watch out and share them with your friends.
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Need help learning to use a laptop or tablet computer? Why not come along to the drop-in session at the Station Road community centre? Details on the poster.
REMINDER: dogs bags are provided free of charge to Residents of Trimdon Foundry Parish Council Area and are available from Trimdon Station Community Centre on Station Road East and The Community House on May Crescent.
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Trimdon Station Community Centre is your local Charity and available for everyone to access. We provide various resources within the Community Centre. The Centre is ran by volunteers of all ages and provide many local services as well as facilities to hire for all occasions, and has a fully licensed bar.
Contrary to many beliefs, the miners or the Council do not contribute towards the running costs of the Centre, we rely on grants and donations to survive, and the hard work of volunteers.
Instead of supporting national charities, why not donate to your local charity which ensures it is spent in the local community?
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