Shirecliffe Community Centre

Shirecliffe Community Centre
Shirecliffe Community Centre

On the 26th October Shirecliffe Community Centre unveiled a plaque to thank all those who had contributed to the building’s refurbishment.

The Centre, which reopened in 2007, was supported by local people who contributed between £10 and £1000 to buy a brick. The plaque acknowledges all those contributions which added £5000 to the funding pot and helped to pay for the building’s new fittings.

Notable contributors were Jackie and Ian Drayton, MP David Blunkett, and the local Tesco.

The building is run by Shirecliffe Forum. Keith Donston, the Centre Manager, told the Messenger that the Centre has been going from strength to strength,

“It’s a real hub for all different generations in the community. The building is run not-for-profit, and we have an open door policy, so anyone can come and get involved.”

Among the Centre’s users are the North Sheffield Federation for Everyone is welcome to come and try the new Pie, Peas and Bingo every Wednesday, at 7pm.

For more information contact Keith Donston on 232 6201.

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