Randolph Community Centre
Randolph Community Centre

Welcome to the Randolph Community Centre

Welcome

History

The Randolph Comunity Centre was formerly the National School. It was opened in 1865 on a site given by John Bowes. 

The building was totally refurbished through the Sure Start funding scheme and was reopened as the Evenwood Randolph Centre incorporating a Sure Start Children’s Centre in 2005. The building as a place for the community was under threat due to the County Council needing to make cuts.  Evenwood and Barony Council took the courageous step to form a seperate Trust to take on the future responsibility of the building.

On the 4 April 2016 the building was taken over by the Randolph Community Centre Foundation Trust. The aim is develop a community hub available to all.

The building was rebranded as The Randolph Community Centre

 

Collaboration area

Our Centre

The Randolph Community Centre aims to offer a variety of activities for all to ensure everyone in the community can access and enjoy the comunity centre. The community centre offers free wifi to all using the facilities

Rooms: 5 rooms

Heating: Available throughout hall

Facilities: The modern kitchen facilities include fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher and cooker. There is a stage and conferencing facilities. There are also toilet facilities accessible to all.

Equipment: There are adequate chairs and tables

Parking: There is a designated car park with ample parking spaces plus two marked accessible parking spaces.

Access: There is access for all into the hall. 

Hire Charges: Contact the hall directly 01388 835588

 

Contact Privacy Notice

When you contact us

The information you provide (personal information such as name, address, email address, phone

Number, organisation) will be processed and stored to enable us to contact you and respond to

your correspondence, provide information/and or access our facilities and services.

Your personal information will not be shared or provided to any other third party.

The Councils Right to Process Information

General Data Protection Regulations Article 6(1)(a)(b) and (e)

 Processing is with consent of the data subject or

Processing is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation or

Processing is necessary for performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise

Of official authority vested in the controller

 Information Security

Randolph Community Centre Foundation Trust has a duty to ensure the security of personal data. We

make sure that your information is protected from unauthorised access, loss, manipulation, fabrication,

destruction or unauthorised disclosure. This is done through appropriate technical measures

and appropriate policies. Copies of these policies can be requested.

 We only keep your data for the purpose it was collected for and only for as long as is necessary. After

Which it will be deleted (you may request deletion of your data held by Randolph Community Centre Foundation Trust

 Children

We will not process any data relating to a child (under 13) without the express parental/carer/guardian 

Consent of the child concerned.

 Access to Information

You have the right to request access to the information we have on you. You can do this by contacting

our Data Information Officer (Secretary/Manager – details above)

 Information Correction

If you believe that the information we have about you is incorrect you may contact us so that we can update it and keep your data accurate. Please contact the Secretary to request.

 

 

 

 

 

Reception area

News

 

Want to get involved in volunteering at the community centre - Pop in and have a chat with Martin.

 

Saturday 29th September 2018

Beamish Museum coach trip

Coach will leave the community centre at 9.15am and return approx. 4pm

 

If you are a resident of Evenwood and/or our Barony then why not join us for a trip to the museum of the North.

This special trip is just £1.00 (one pound) and includes coach and admission

The Randolph Community Centre Trust is working to bring all our community together by offering opportunities to help eliminate social isolation.

As this special event will be oversubscribed places will be allocated by a random ballot. To enter just email evenwoodparish@aol.com giving your name, age and address (max 4 tickets per application) or pop into the Community Centre between 9.30am and 11.30am and complete the simple form.

 

This event is supported by the Ballinger Trust and Randolph Community Centre Foundation

                                    

 

Coming soon:

Monday 17th September

Come and try out New Age Kurling.  A free taster session has been organised from 10.00am to 11.00am. This is great fun and isomething anyone can do.

 

New: KalmaBaby - developmental massage, Baby yoga. Thursday morning 11am for 1 calm hour. Email Laura@darlingtonnorth.kalmababy.co.uk

Special start up offers available.

 

 

Randolph Community Centre Coffee Shop is changing over the next few months so please be patient.

 See seperate tab above for more information!

 

Little Learners Wednesday 10 to 11am

This has been a great addition to the centre and will continue in the new year.

Bring your 0-5 along for some crazy educational playu

http://littlelearnersuk.com/

 

Kickboxing  

This goes from strength to strength and a b ig well done to those that have already been getting their 'belts'. 

Every Wednesday from 6:30 - 7:30

Come along and join this great way to get fit. All abilities welcome. Why not come along and try 

 

Events

Sew so good

knitting, sewing, cross stitch and more. Drop in for a relaxing hour and a natter.

Tuesdays 1 to 3pm

Little Learners Wednesday 10.00-11.00am

Suitable for children 5 months to 5 years

Booking essential. £3 per child

Contact 01388 835588

Every Wednesday 6.30 to 7.30pm Kickboxing. All abilities, all ages

Thursdays: Come and join the walking group 10.30am. Walk and then a chat and a cuppa

Every Friday Teesdale Day Clubs Luncheon Club 12 to 2pm

KalmaBaby Thursday 11 to 12

 

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