We have 19 community centres across the Amber Valley borough, all of which have been refurbished to meet modern standards and offer good quality facilities for a range of uses.
Our community centres are typically used for charity groups, social events, health and well-being groups, birthdays or anniversaries events, arts and craft groups, meetings and resident groups.
How much does it cost to hire a community centre?
Some residents living in sheltered housing around a community centre pay a weekly service charge towards the use of that centre. In these instances activities organised and run at the centres are for their benefit do not incur any additional charge.
For other groups or people hiring the centre, the following charges apply:
Charitable organisations – £8
Non-profit organisations – £9
Other groups – £12
Charitable organisations – an organisation that helps others through their work and is also a Non Profit Organisation – registered with the Charity Commission and with a charity number.
Non-profit making groups –organisations that put any profits made back into the organisation and do not distribute any profits to owners or shareholders.
How to book and pay
To book a community centre, just fill in and return one of the forms on the link below. Once we’ve received your booking we will contact you for payment. This can be done over the phone or via a cheque. Payment details will be explained to you when we contact you to confirm the booking.
Download the Futures Housing Group Community Centre Booking Form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A booking can not be confirmed until a request or form has been received and acknowledged by Futures Housing Group.
Keys for the centre are available from our Asher Lane Offices.
Your group may make a booking for up to one calendar year (January to December) – in these cases, you will be sent a booking form in October/November asking if you wish to continue with the booking. If you do not reply by 31 December, the slot(s) will be made available to other groups on a first-come, first-served basis.