The Greenford Community Centre is re-opening gradually in accordance with Government lockdown easing roadmap.
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Working in partnership with the London Borough of Ealing, the Greenford Community Centre is a treasured multi-function centre leased and managed by Age UK Ealing.
The centre promotes different levels of partnership and use. It offers space and hosts activities that reflect the needs of mixed and diverse communities, individuals, various local groups and businesses.
In addition to hosting our Day Centre 3 days per week, the Greenford Community Centre accommodates groups, organisations, businesses that offer programmes and activities which promote community cohesion including recreational and sporting activities for children, young people and older people and opportunities to participate in health & wellbeing programmes.
From meeting rooms and craft workshop spaces through to conference facilities and a large hall for hire, the Greenford Community Centre can cater to the needs of a range of businesses, clubs and societies, charities and families looking for a space.
With free parking, excellent transport links and Wi-Fi available, the centre is bustling with a huge variety of activities. Room capacities range from 15 to 80 people and each space can be set up according to your requirements.
About the Greenford Community Centre
The Greenford Community Centre is one the oldest building still standing in the Greenford area and seem to have been built in the early 19th Century. It became a community centre in 1938 after Ealing Council acquired a grant from the county council for that purpose. The Centre is currently managed by Age UK Ealing and accommodates groups, organisations, businesses that offer programmes and activities.
The Greenford Community Centre is used as a polling station and is also available for filming*.
(*) For enquiries: www.westlondonfilmoffice.co.uk