Jim Foley Community Centre

Outside View of Jim Foley Centre

The Jim Foley Community Centre formally known as the Craigneuk Community Centre was built in 1975 and was renamed in July 1999 after the late Councillor Jim Foley.  Regular events to the centre include, aerobics, union meetings, self-help groups, carpet bowling, clinics, church activities, judo classes, youth clubs, the elderly forum, church groups, support groups, carpet bowls, dance classes, lunch clubs and social evenings. There is also a regular clinic held in the centre twice a week.

Well-organised social events and community-based activities are welcome at the centre.

The main hall in Jim Foley Community Centre has a large capacity intake of 120 persons for a dinner dance and 150 persons for a disco event. There is a stage set to the rear of the hall, which can be used for musical accompaniment or for the purpose of a performance.

Suitable for the purpose of a small gathering or club and meetings there are four committee rooms available. Committee room 1 can hold up to 40 persons, committee room 2 can seat 25 persons, committee room 3 can hold 20 persons and committee room 4 seats 6 persons.

Kitchen facilities are of catering standard and can be used for preparing and cooking evening meals for a large function, alternatively these facilities can be used for treating guests to a hot buffet or heating through ready prepared food. There is a fridge available if required.

The Jim Foley Community Centre is accessible by public transport and a bus stop can be found directly outside the centre for daytime travelling and approximately 100 yards from the centre for travelling at nights. There are limited car parking facilities available for patrons making their way to the venue by car.  For further details on transport available visit Public Transport.

Disabled access
There are disabled access points to the Jim Foley Community Centre and specially adapted toilet facilities.

Conditions of hire, cost of hire and booking form
Visit , Cost of Hire or Booking Form should you require further information on any of these areas.

Our Catering Services can cater for children's parties; provide tea, coffee, scones, buffets and sit down meals at events - all at very competitive prices. Visit Catering For You for further details, costs and booking information.

Management rules
All our facilities are managed by a set of rules and regulations. To familiarise yourself with them visit Management Rules.

Location map
Use the "Map" box for information on where you can find the centre.

Contact us
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