Astle Court Community Room
Have you thought about starting a special interest group or club or society. For example perhaps a Book Club, Local History, Cake Club, Knitting, Wine Appreciation, Self Help groups, Charities or similar? (It must be a legal activity and non political!)
Has the lack of a local venue stopped you?
Astle Court Community Room is available for local, not for profit organisations to use. Sorry no businesses!
There is no charge for room, but a small donation to Chelford Tenants & Residents Association to support their work is greatly appreciated.
About the room:
Seating for 32 at 4 tables or tables collapse for theatre style to seat 36. Flexible room layouts possible. Lovely furnishings and decor. Kitchen available for light refreshments including all crockery. Large flat screen TV with input for computer for PowerPoint presentations.
What are you waiting for? Get together with a group of like minded people to start your group. Availability some days, most evenings and weekends. Why not come and have a look?
CONTACT David Kent Secretary
01625 861038 firstname.lastname@example.org
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