Space for All as Community Hub throws open Doors

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Space @ The Broomhouse Hub is offering free room hire for local charities to offer community activities and groups.

Two Saturday slots are available—from 1-2:30 p.m. and 3-4:30 p.m.—for three-month ‘residencies’ at Space.

The agreement includes free use of the Main Hall area, which has capacity for approximately 60 people. While the halls are provided free of charge, groups are responsible for their own staffing.

More details of guidelines and how to apply are available on our website ( Applications are due by 1 July 2024; chosen participants will be notified by 22 July 2024 and gain access to the hall Saturdays* from 3 Aug. to 26 Nov. 2024. Following a festive break, the second set of groups will run from January through March 2025.

Neil Hay, CEO at Space said:

We know that costs have risen significantly for all charities and community groups in the past few years and wanted to find a way to assist.

Room hire, especially for smaller groups who do not have their own premises, is a big part of their costs. We are [now] in a position to offer a whole raft of help to the community, including free use of the halls at Space, well into 2025.

Alongside free use of the halls, The Broomhouse Hub is launching a Saturday morning breakfast club for under-16s; a new “Kids Club” for children in P3-P6 (ages seven to 11) with games, crafts, and more; an English as a Second Language (ESOL) Family Group; and Saturday drop-in for Young Adult Carers.

For more information on all the activities, groups, and classes offered by Space, as well as the winning community groups that will take up residency in the halls, visit or follow the Space social media accounts across X, Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok.

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