Leanne would have been leading her adult Metafit class here at the centre tonight, but as we are entering our third week of ‘lockdown’, she can no longer do this. She has been leading school fitness sessions for some time and has produced some free resources and workouts for home schooling on her business page … Read moreWe miss our regular groups! Please stay safe, calm and kind. Free resources….
The school site was closed to BCA shared use from Wednesday 18th March Following government and NHS guidelines, BCA has completed a deep clean and has taken the decision to close to user groups from Monday 23.03.20 until further notice. The Belmont Parish Council Office will not be open to the public but you may … Read moreBelmont Community Centre Temporary Closure from Monday 23rd March 2020
Following NHS guidelines, BCA has provided posters, reminding the public how to be vigilant with hygiene ;tissues and hand washing facilities. Although there are no reported cases of coronavirus there will be a deep clean of the building to help prevent the spread of all infections, and all groups are going ahead as usual.
http://www.belmontcommunityassociation.org.uk/ COVID-19 BCA Staff & Trustee Advice 4 March 2020-21
Sadly, due to falling numbers, Belmont Baby and Toddler Group has had to stop running. BCA would like to thank Tammy, Gerry and all those who have supported the Toddler Group over the years. Please join us for a coffee morning with the opportunity to make donations for toys and equipment. 10-12 noon Thursday 12th … Read moreFarewell to Tammy and Gerry Lee and helpers of Belmont Baby and Toddler Group
Charity No 1177041 WINTER NEWSLETTER 2019/20 COMMUNITY ACTIVITY Thank you for supporting Belmont Community Association (BCA) by hiring our facilities over the last 12 months. At the Community Centre, our three meeting rooms and hall have been used for over 4,000 hours, ensuring that we are able to meet our £36,000 running costs. On Belmont … Read moreWinter Newsletter
Belmont Community Association (BCA) has been awarded a Hallmark quality standard for village halls, at all levels, for the second time. The examination covered governance, health & safety, security, licences, social awareness, forward planning and development. Assessor Isla Ballard from Durham Community Action, who carried out the assessment, commented “Belmont Community Association continue to impress; … Read moreHallmark Quality Standard
You will be pleased to learn that our new defribrillator is now located outside Belmont Community Centre and is operative from today. Thank you to Lesley, Katie and Eric for financial support, through your Neighbourhood Budgets, and Lesley for setting up a meeting with the North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) to get us started with … Read moreDefibrillator installed outside the community centre
Trustee Changes Out with the old………………… Trustees have bid farewell to Bill Moir, who has chaired Belmont Community Association (BCA) for the last four years. Bill had overseen a transformation of the Community Centre, through a comprehensive modernisation programme, and secured a three year “shared use agreement” with Belmont Community School for use of their … Read moreChanges To Trustees
The accessible toilet in the community centre has now been re-furbished, thanks to grant funding from Banks Community Fund. The high quality work was carried out by Dragonville Interiors. The floor in Caldecote Hall has been sanded and a new laquer finish has been applied by Floorcraft NE with funding from the Neighbourhood Budget of … Read moreRe-furbishment of Accessible Toilet and the Sports Hall Floor