Please see the separate entries entitled Rooms and Facilities for more photographs and Room Sizes and Capacities and Prices for sizes and charges.
If you have previously used the Centre and know which room you would like to book, simply complete the Booking Form and book online. If you would like more help with choosing a suitable room for your event, call the Centre office on 01223 576899.
University of the Third Age water colour class in the Upper Hall Bodywork Dance Studios: singling class in the church
Entrance to the Centre is clearly indicated by signs visible from the road. The Centre has full disabled access, loop systems for those with impaired hearing and a disabled toilet. The kitchen on the ground floor is fully equipped and has recently been completely refurbished. Upstairs there is a smaller servery which is equipped for preparing buffet lunches and serving tea and coffee.
Left: Tango classes are held at the Centre every Tuesday Right: SIN Cru hold its annual hip hop festival at the Centre in April
There are two large rooms in the building: the Lower Hall on the Ground Floor and the Upper Hall on the first floor (see Rooms and Facilities for photographs).. Both are used for dance classes, theatre style presentations and as classrooms. Other regular activities in the Upper Hall include salsa, linedancing, bellydancing, yoga, ballet and drama classes.
Bodywork Dance Studios singing teachers preparing for classes in the church. Right: the church is regularly used for tango workshops, dances, concerts, salsa parties and balls.
The largest space in the complex is the church . On Sundays it's used for worship. Throughout the week it's the setting for tango lessons and balls, art exhibitions, concerts and drama presentations. The church is used as a polling station at election time and for public consultation sessions by property developers. Four days a week it is used for singing lessons by teachers and students of Bodywork Dance Studios located in Glisson Road.
The rest of the Centre consists of five smaller rooms: the Upper Tower Room, Yellow Room and Green Room on the first floor can accommodate up to 12 people each as can the Lower Tower Room on the ground floor.
Room 5 on the ground floor (pictured above) has its own separate entrance round the corner on St Paul's Road and can seat up to 15 people. Right: the Green Room on the first floor (maximum capacity 12 people) which is used for individual and group teaching sessions.
All of the smaller rooms are used for teaching and training purposes. For instance a local language school holds its annual summer school in 4 of the rooms every summer from early July until mid August. The Lower Tower Room has broadband computers with internet access provided by Cambridge Online.