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St Hugh’s Temporary Closure

Due to the unprecedented circumstances, with a heavy heart, we have taken the decision to close the St Hugh’s Community Centre in order to keep our staff and users safe. Until further notice no classes or events will betaking place, and we are not able to take any private hire bookings.

We are all still working behind the scenes, and you can email us, or contact us via social media as normal. If you do need to call us, you can do so using the following contact numbers:

John Campbell – 07546 181805

Neisha Ebanks – 07931 164538

We hope to be back open as soon as is safe and practical to do so, but in the meantime please follow government advice, stay safe, and be nice to one another!

We are Recruiting – Lead Youth Worker

 What are we looking for?

  • We are looking for highly motivated and energetic individuals with the experience of working with young people and the confidence to guide small groups in activities.
  • You will be working directly with young people, supporting their personal development by providing appropriate programmes of activities.
  • To actively participate in the programme planning ensuring a varied and interesting range of activities for young people.
  • Monitor, evaluate and report back to board of Trustees on regular basis.
  • To work with young people to remove barriers in accessing youth provision and facilitate the inclusion of all young people in activities taking account of their individual needs and cultures.
  • You should be able to use your own initiative to get tasks done and strive at all times to be a positive role-model to each individual.


  • Possess or is working towards a recognised youth work qualification.
  • Experience of working with and engaging young people in youth work activities.
  • Knowledge of vulnerable groups and the challenges of working with children and young people.
  • To hold a current enhanced DBS or willing to allow one to be taken.  
  • Able to provide 2 work related references upon request.

16 hours per week, core hours- Wednesday 4:30pm -7:30pm, remaining hours negotiable. Salary to be negotiated depending on experience. If you are interested please send your CV and cover letter to info@hlca.org.uk. Application deadline is Friday 3rd April 2020

New Office Hours!

Please take note that as of the beginning of March, our office opening hours at the Centre have changed:

Mondays:9:00am to 12:00pm
12:30pm to 3:30pm
Tuesdays:9:00am to 12:00pm
Thursdays:4:00pm to 8:00pm
Saturdays:9:00am to 12:00pm

Instead of Thursday morning, we’ll now be open on Tuesday morning instead.


St Hugh’s Community Centre

Available For Hire!

Here at the Centre we have a Hall and a Meeting Room, both of which are available for hire. Our quality, modern facilities cater for a huge range of events so whether you are planning a child’s birthday party or a drop-in coffee morning, a training course or an exhibition, a keep fit-class or a mother & toddler’s group, we are the perfect solution.

Check out our Timetable – you can use this page to see what’s going on at the Centre, and see if the Hall or Meeting Room are available for hire for your event. And you can see our prices on our Hire Rates page.

If you want to ask a question about hiring the Hall or Meeting Room, please visit our Hire Enquiries page, or if you have all the information you need and want to go ahead and make a booking now, simply complete our online Hire Application Form.

Suggest an activity

The hall is available for hire to run events and classes – if you have something particular you’d like to see, then let us know and we’ll do our best to find someone to deliver it. Even better, if you want to run a class yourself, get in touch and we can support you in planning and getting this set up. We can even help you fundraise to cover some start-up costs.

Become a volunteer

Interested in helping us run the centre? We’d be happy to have you on board. You’ll get full training and never be left on your own. You suggest what you want to do, whether it’s help out with event catering, helping run the youth club or join the committee to help plan for the future – it’s up to you. We’ll do our best to make your experience rewarding and fun. We think using local people to help run the centre is the best way to keep control of it. We hope you agree.

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  • Our Monthly Schedule

    N.B. This calendar only shows public events!
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  • Office Opening Hours

    The office at the St Hugh's Community Centre is open during the following hours:

    Mondays:9:00am to 12:00pm
    12:30pm to 3:30pm
    Tuesdays:9:00am to 12:00pm
    Thursdays:4:00pm to 8:00pm
    Saturdays:9:00am to 12:00pm