Community Clubs and Local Groups Information

The All Saints Church Community Centre is an unincorporated registered charity (number 1106896) situated in Tuckingmill, Camborne and in the Camborne North Ward of the picturesque county of Cornwall. It was officially opened as a Community Centre in December 2000 but the work of the Centre only became fully operational with the appointment of a Community Development Co-ordinator in March 2002. Since that time the Centre has become very active and successful. It was awarded The Queen’s Golden Jubilee Award for voluntary service by groups in the community in 2004.

The Centre is run by a management committee consisting of six representatives of the Tuckingmill Parochial Church Council and six elected members from local residents using the Centre. The Board meets 5 times a year one meeting being the AGM. There is also an Executive Committee that has the power to act for the Board on any matters that do not necessitate a full Board Meeting.

Treve James the Community Development Co-ordinator and Gill James the Centre Administrator run the Centre supported by Caretakers Bonnie and Ken Churches and 12 volunteers. The Centre is proud of its wonderful band of volunteers without whom the centre would be unable to function.

The Centre is a key focus for the provision of support and personal development within the community setting of Camborne North. It caters for a considerable number of disadvantaged peoples and groups. Work is undertaken with Training and Education Advice, Social care/counseling (e.g. Social Services, AA, Alzhiemers); with young offenders; recovery from mental illness through providing training in art, confidence building and IT and working with unemployed people who have problems preventing them returning to the job market

Social groups from the voluntary sector using the centre are the HI 5Youth Club, The Rendezvous Club, The Caring Community Club, Roskear Ladies Group, C.L.A.S.P, Carpet Bowls for the disabled, Aerobics, Tai Chi, Yoga, Barking Mad dog training and All Saints Art Group. The centre is also used for family occasions such as children’s parties, receptions, conferences and Church meetings.

In recognition of the outstanding work that has been achieved at All Saints the centre had a visit on the 15th April from Prince Edward The Earl of Wessex who officially opened the new Millennium Commission Enhancement Facilities, and met the many groups from both the statuary and voluntary sector who use the centre.

In April 2004 prince Edward visited the centre to reopen the new Enhanced facilities funded by The MillHe was very impressed with the diversity of groups using the Centre

In April 2004 prince Edward visited the centre to reopen the new Enhanced facilities funded by
The Millennium Commission
. He was very impressed with the diversity of groups using the centre
and spent a long time talking to group representatives
.

In June 2004 All Saints was awarded The Queen’s Golden Jubilee Award for voluntary service by groups in the community, this is a great honour for the centre and for all those connected with it’s many achievements over the past two years. In May 2006 the centre received Objective One funding to help the centre continue its good work in the community.

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The centre has also received plaques from the Chairman of Kerrier District Council and The Mayor of Camborne in recognition of the work carried out by the centre and its volunteers.

Chairman  Revd Eddie Woon   Patron  David Roberts OBE

Chairman Revd Eddie Woon
Patron David Roberts OBE
Gill Butler Vice Chair

Gill Butler Vice Chair

Gill James Centre Administrator and Secretary to The Board of Management
Gill James Centre Administrator
and Secretary to The Board of Management

Treve James MBE Centre Development Co-ordinator

Treve James MBE
Community Development Co-ordinator

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