More great news! We have been shortlisted for a public vote in Tesco’s Bags of Help Initiative. We are one of three local projects and if we get the most votes we could get £4000 for our Community Garden Project… amazing news!! PLEASE help us by voting in stores during May and […]
We would like to say a thankyou to all who have supported us here at the centre. We really appreciate every suggestion, donation, offer of help, volunteering and support.
We are delighted to announce that one the centres members of staff/volunteer Hazel Holland (pictured far left below) has been nominated for Learner of the Year award 2016 Hazel attended our popular Functional Skills: Maths and English course run by Team Enterprises on Monday afternoons, the awards ceremony will be held on Thursday 8th December […]
Newton Community Centre hit the headlines again this week, local newspaper St Helens Star featured the community centre winning the 2016 Pride of St Helens Award in the Charity Champion category, also nominated on the night for Unsung Hero was our volunteer co-ordinator Lisa Barnes who was a runner up.
Newton Community Centre were the Charity Champion winners at the 2016 Pride of St Helens Awards
Our recent kitchen refit by Taylor Wimpey Housing was featured in this great article in the local St Helens Star newspaper (24/10/16) .
This week saw Newton Community Centres very own Chairperson Fiona Ruddy, scoop 3rd place in the University of Manchester’s Volunteer of the Year Awards 2016, centre volunteer Fiona was nominated by local Labour Councillor Seve Gomez-Aspron, in recognition of all her hard work during the centres recent financial troubles over the past year, Fiona helped […]
Trustees Fiona Ruddy and Lorraine Nicholls with Stuart Ainscough (President) and Phil Round (Community Chair) of NLW Rotary Club receiving a substantial donation from the Rotary Club. The Rotary Club are very supportive of the Centre and there are plans to work in partnership with the Rotary Club in the future. This donation demonstrates long […]
Matthew Roberts presented Episode 61 of The Voluntary Sector with Halton & St Helens VCA. Debbie Morris acted as Show Producer. Guests included Maria Coll (Newton Community Centre), Lynn Smith (Halton & St Helens VCA) and Michael Pirks & Jenna Highfield (Split Ends Theatre Company). Click here to listen http://healtheblog.com/2015/10/02/vca-radio-show-podcast-episode-61-1st-october-2015/
Summer 2015 Playscheme 28th July to 14th August (Tuesday to Friday for the three weeks) For three weeks every year our “Summer Playscheme” is the place to be for all 5-13 years old, running from Tuesday to Fri. You can come to Volunteer (cut off date is this Friday 26th June ) come into the centre to pick […]