St Peter's Community Enterprise Centre Limited. NN9 6HS
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Raunds Community Centre
St Peter's Community Enterprise Centre Limited. NN9 6HS
The Community Centre is run on a "not for profit" basis and all our volunteers work hard to ensure that the meeting needs of Raunds and its surrounding area are met fully.
All of the Centres income is used to meet the costs of upkeep with any residual funds being donated to charity.
The present Centre was built in 2008 with disability facilities and still meets all safety requirements.
The central location of the Centre is convenient for parking and easy access to local shops, restraunts and take away.
Wifi is available throughout the building.
Groups, businesses and individuals from any of the surrounding areas are welcome to hire the Centre.
The Centre is avalable to hold meetings, family parties, play communal games or any other reasonable activities and the buildings facilities meet all these needs.
The Food Bank and Community Cafe use the Centre on Thursday mornings.
The Raunds Community Choir meet regularly on a Tuesday evening.
The Raunds Ukulele Orchestra rehearse on Thurday evening.
Coffee mornings and afternoon tea meetings are also regular events.
The combination of our upstairs and downstairs rooms with their own toilet facilities, provides a huge range of possibilities for your party - whatever sort it maybe.
You could hold a family "do" with the children having their own room and a separate space for the adults to make merry.
If you wish an adults only affair - you could do that too.
The use of the kitchen further widens the potential scope of your celebrations.
Should you need to hold a wake for a loved one, the Centre could be an ideal place for such a gathering.
Come and have a look at the great possibilities we can offer to help you make any event go well.
Services provided at the Centre
The building has two main rooms, one on the ground floor and a similarly sized space immediately above.
Sufficient numbers of tables and chairs are available to cater for groups of up to 50 seated guests in one room.
Discreet storage space is provided for the tables and chairs if you wish to have a free floor space.
A kitchen at the front of the Centre provides an array of crockery and cutlery to meet most needs.
A fridge, a cooker, a microwave and kettles are also available for your use.
The ground floor toilet is equiped to deal with the needs of the disabled.
Baby changing facilities are also provided.
There is an additional toilet on the first floor suitable for the disabled.
WIFI and heating can also be provided.
The facilities offered by the Centre make it an ideal location for a wide variety of business uses.
The building would make a suitable place for offsite meetings of all kinds.
Training courses can be undertaken in a quiet environment.
A variety of sit-in and take away restaurants in the immediate area are able to cater
for snacks and lunches or evening meals if required.
The Centre is open between 8:00am and 10:00 pm. every day of the week for Morning, Afternoon or Evening sessions.
Have a look at our Calendar to see if your required times and dates are available.
Please ensure that you read, understand and agree to the booking conditions on our website - shown here.
To make a booking please use the form below.
You will receive notification when your booking is confirmed.
An invoice will be sent to you at the end of each month.
Cheques to be made out to – St Peter’s Community Enterprise Centre Ltd.
In order to minimise hire charges, Hirers are required to -
- arrange tables and chairs before their event.
- return tables and chairs to their orginal places after their event.
- remove all rubbish generated at their event and vacuum clean carpet
Tables available [Large], Ground Floor - 4, First Floor - 4 [Small], Ground Floor - 6 Chairs Available – 50
General Enquiry Form
email@example.com 01933 622278
St Peter's Community Enterprise Centre Limited. Company No: 06107332
19 High St, Raunds, Wellingborough NN9 6HS, UK
If you need any further information about the Centre, please complete the form below and click "Send"
THE 2021 GARAGE SALE
HAS BEEN SCHEDULED FOR
18TH SEPTEMBER 2021
If you would like to be a seller you can download an application form by clicking the "Form" button below.
Alternatively, you can obtain a form from
Raunds Post Office or
Brook Street News.
Just fill in your details on the form and send it with an entry fee of £5 to the Centre before Sunday 12th September 2021
PLEASE DO NOT FORGET THE COVID GUIDANCE
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ST PETER’S COMMUNITY ENTERPRISE CENTRE LTD
STANDARD CONDITIONS OF HIRE
These standard conditions of hire apply to all hirings of the St Peter’s Community Enterprise Centre. If the Hirer is in any doubt as to the meaning of the following, the Chair of the Community Enterprise Centre Committee (hereafter called the Committee) should immediately be consulted. (A version of the Conditions, in larger print, may be obtained from the Booking Manager.)
A completed booking from, stating requirements must be returned to Centre Booking Manager together with full payment, or deposit, whichever is appropriate.
Only on receipt of form and payment, or deposit, will the hiring be considered as confirmed.
The current scale of charges is on the Booking Form.
If the Hirer wishes to cancel the booking before the date of the event, a cancellation charge may be made.
3. USE OF PREMISES
The Hirer shall not use the premises for any purpose other than that described in the hiring agreement and shall not sub-hire or use the premises or allow the premises to be used for any unlawful purpose or in any unlawful way nor do anything or bring onto the premises anything which may endanger the same or render invalid any insurance policies in respect thereof. The Hirer will not allow the consumption of alcohol without the written permission of the Committee.
The Hirer, not being a person under 21 years of age, is responsible for being in charge of and on the premises at all times when the public are present and for ensuring that all conditions of the necessary Licences in relation to management and supervision of the premises are met. The Hirer shall, during the period of the hiring, be responsible for: supervision of the premises, the fabric and the contents; their care, safety from damage however slight or change of any sort and the behaviour of all persons using the premises whatever their capacity; including-proper supervision-of car-parking arrangements so as to avoid obstruction of the highway. Vehicles must not be parked on the Vicarage drive. The Hirer shall make good or pay for all damage (including accidental damage) to the premises (including the curtilage thereof) or to the fixtures, fittings or contents and for loss of contents (including crockery, cutlery and tea towels).
For all claims, damages and expenses howsoever arising from his/her negligence either out of or in consequence of the hiring.
In this connection it is advisable for the Hirer to insure against such negligence.
Hirers to ensure that caterers engaged for a function conform to the Food Hygiene Regulations in force. The hirer MUST ensure food waste is removed from the premises. Refuse containers at the premises must not be used for this purpose.
Where a hirer prepares food on a regular basis they must contact East Northants Council to ensure compliance with current regulations.
6. GAMING, BETTNG AND LOTTERIES The Hirer shall ensure that nothing is done on or in relation to the premises in contravention of the law relating to gaming, betting and lotteries.
7. ACCIDENTS AND DANGEROUS OCCURRENCES The Hirer must report all accidents involving injury to the public to a member of the Committee as soon as possible and complete the relevant section in the Accident Book. Any failure of equipment either that belonging to the Centre or brought in by the Hirer must also be reported to the Committee as soon as possible.
8. ANIMALS The Hirer shall ensure that no animals (including birds) except guide dogs are brought into the premises, other than for a special event agreed to by the Committee. No animals whatsoever are to enter the kitchen at any time.
9. COMPLIANCE WITH THE CHILDREN ACT 1989 The Hirer shall ensure that any activities for children under eight years of age comply with the provisions of The Children Act of 1989 and that only fit and proper persons have access to the children.
The Hirer shall leave the premises in a clean and tidy condition; rubbish, waste, etc to be taken away by the Hirer and all furniture returned to original place.
Times of bookings will be deemed to include for all setting up and clearing away as necessary with the earliest commencing time for any booking being 8.30 a.m. and the latest finishing time for any booking being 11.00 p.m.,
In the event of booking overrunning the agreed hire period the Hirer may be charged at the hourly rate for every 15 minutes exceeding their time. Hirers who do run over will be invoiced at the end of the month for any additional time.
Should the Hirer wish to vacate the facilities hired earlier than the finishing time stated on the Confirmation of Booking the Booking Manager must be advised either in person or by telephone. In this connection Hirers' attention is respectfully drawn to the responsibilities outlined in Condition 4.
Public entertainment will only be permitted between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 12.00 midnight.
The hirer shall ensure that gangways and doors permitting exit are unobstructed at all times and that emergency exit signs are illuminated.
Admission is at the discretion of the Booking Manager.
Where the premises are hired for stage plays, shows or cinema projection, it is necessary for the Booking Manager to know the name of a person who will be in charge of the premises at all times when the public is present. This is to conform with fire regulations.
Electrical Appliance Safety
The Hirer shall ensure that any electrical appliances brought by him to the premises and used there shall be safe and in good working order, and used in a safe manner. No portable heating appliances shall be brought into or used in the building. In the interests of public safety hirers must make use of the residual circuit breakers. Highly flammable substances shall not be brought into, or used in any part of the premises. Internal decorations of a combustible nature_(e.g. polystyrene, cotton wool) shall not be erected without the consent of the Committee.
The Committee accepts no responsibility for any stored equipment or other property brought on to or left at the premises, and all liability for loss or damage is hereby excluded. All equipment and other property (other than stored equipment) must be removed at the end of each hiring or the Committee will dispose of it. Rubbish, waste, etc. shall be taken away by the Hirer.
11. NO RIGHTS
The hiring agreement constitutes permission only to use the premises and confers no tenancy or other right of occupation on the Hirer.
12. The following Policies are operated by the centre: Alcohol and Drugs; Child Protection; Use of Computers; Accident and Emergencies; Environmental; Health and Safety and Risk Assessment; Safety at Work; Racial and Disability Discrimination; and Equal Opportunities and hirers must abide by them.