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Kirklees Information
3rd October 2012
Slaithwaite Community Association and Centre
Slaithwaite Community Centre
Activities at the Centre include: playgroup, toddler group, youth club, Women's Institute, Holiday Club, North West Morris Dancing, brownies, rainbows, cubs, scouts, After School Club, yoga, children's cookery classes. Please contact individual groups for more information or see our website for links and details for some of these groups. You can also email us and we can provide contact details but please do not ring the room booking telephone number to enquire about the groups that run at the Centre - thank you.

The Centre is available for regular and occasional bookings throughout the week and weekend until 10pm. Please contact Room Bookings if you would like to book a room. Also see our website for further details on available facilities.

The Centre is close to homes so we do not accept bookings for events where amplified music is played or where the event may cause nuisance to our neighbours. The Association runs the Centre, and organises community events from time to time.

The Centre is built on a hill in the centre of the village. Wheelchair access is possible but assistance is needed to access the site and the building. We do have disabled toilet facilties.



For more information, contact:
Slaithwaite Community Centre ,
Bank Gate ,
Slaithwaite ,
Huddersfield ,
Room bookings - Slaithwaite Community Centre Tel: 07713 839576


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The Centre is built on a hill in the centre of the village. Wheelchair access is possible but assistance is needed to access the site and the building.
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