Coalbrookdale & Ironbridge Community Centre Association
   
Coalbrookdale & Ironbridge, “birthplace of industry”, is a World Heritage site.
The Community Centre, based in a Victorian listed building, was established in 1998. It is a vital resource for all residents of Coalbrookdale and Ironbridge. Regular users include  Cubs, Beavers, Scouts, Explorers, Play Groups and Gardening Club and classes for Tae Kwon Do, Yoga, Pilates and Tai Chi. It is also used for craft fairs, meetings, presentations, live music and private parties. Rates are reasonable for hiring for public or private use and there is lots of free parking. The Centre is run by a voluntary committee. Booking fees and an annual grant from the Parish Council cover day to day costs, such as heating and cleaning, but improvements are paid for by fundraising.  This, together with grants from SITA and the Co- operative Community Fund enabled us to fund things like central heating, new gates and fire prevention works.  In 2013 the main hall had a major renovation with a new oak floor and new  soundproofed ceiling funded by grants from Biffa Environmental Trust and the Gorge Parish Council and by our own fundraising. In 2015/6  grants from Veolia Environmental Trust, the Gorge Parish Council, Ironbridge Lions  and our own reserves enabled us to improve the rest of the building. We now have a refurbished kitchen/bar area and separate meeting room, all with new flooring and wheelchair access. In January 2017, Telford & Wrekin Council – from whom the building is leased – recovered the roof. Finally, a Community Centre to be proud of! Supported by:    
Contact Us: Telephone - 01952 433381 e-mail - admin@cicca.org.uk© 2017 CICCA 
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Main Hall prepared for a wedding View from the bar
Coalbrookdale & Ironbridge Community Centre Association
Coalbrookdale & Ironbridge, “birthplace of industry”, is a World Heritage site.
                                
The Community Centre, based in a Victorian listed building, was established in 1998. It is a vital resource for all residents of Coalbrookdale and Ironbridge. Regular users include  Cubs, Beavers, Scouts, Explorers, Play Groups and Gardening Club and classes for Tae Kwon Do, Yoga, Pilates and Tai Chi. It is also used for craft fairs, meetings, presentations, live music and private parties. Rates are reasonable for hiring for public or private use and there is lots of free parking. The Centre is run by a voluntary committee. Booking fees and an annual grant from the Parish Council cover day to day costs, such as heating and cleaning, but improvements are paid for by fundraising.  This, together with grants from SITA and the Co- operative Community Fund enabled us to fund things like central heating, new gates and fire prevention works.  In 2013 the main hall had a major renovation with a new oak floor and new  soundproofed ceiling funded by grants from Biffa Environmental Trust and the Gorge Parish Council and by our own fundraising. In 2015/6  grants from Veolia Environmental Trust, the Gorge Parish Council, Ironbridge Lions  and our own reserves enabled us to improve the rest of the building. We now have a refurbished kitchen/bar area and separate meeting room, all with new flooring and wheelchair access. In January 2017, Telford & Wrekin Council – from whom the building is leased – recovered the roof. Finally, a Community Centre to be proud of!
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Contact Us: Telephone - 01952 433381 e-mail - admin@cicca.org.uk© 2017 CICCA