Hello everyone and welcome to our first newsletter of 2022.
First of all we would like to wish residents, hirers and users of the Centre a happy and prosperous New Year in the hope that we can all look forward to seeing an improvement over the coming months with the pandemic conditions.
We are now operating the Centre to nearly full capacity with plenty of activities providing the opportunity for you to enjoy, especially if you are looking to reduce any excess pounds from your Christmas festivities. Our calendar of events can be viewed by visiting www.chellastonca.org/chellaston-community-centre-diary/
Now is also the time to avoid any disappointment if you are considering planning a forthcoming event such as your child’s birthday celebration. The Centre is an extremely popular venue with the facility allowing space provision either inside or within the secure garden for inflatable equipment such as bouncy castles. Hire is available all-day Saturday and Sunday afternoon. A deposit will secure your booking, go to our website to see a video tour of the facilities we have at the Centre. We do however continue to restrict event numbers to 40 persons until such time that we see sufficient reduction in Covid infections.
The Community Garden project remains on target with the partnership working on plans to demolish the toilet block as soon as possible. Orders have been placed for some of the key work packages in addition to the main pieces of equipment. The beginning of April should see the commencement of the landscaping work.
Finally, why not start the New Year off by putting something back into your community. We continue to look for help and support in overseeing a range of voluntary tasks within our Association to ensure the livelihood of the Community Centre. Our premises need ongoing local assistance in many ways and just an hour of your time per week could make a significant contribution. Please contact us either via e mail email@example.com or call on 07895386433.
As our motto says we should be “working together to keep our Community alive”