Sunnyhill Community Centre

For local residents in the heart of Derby

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The Sunnyhill Community Centre is a new, modern facility, located in the Sunnyhill district of Derby, serving all of the residents of the surrounding areas and beyond.  The aim of the centre is to  provide activities for the local people,  as well as making space available to encourage the neighbourhood to meet together and exchange ideas.  The Centre is also available to hire out for various activities and parties, and is a registered charity.

Important Announcement

The Centre is now open and we are taking bookings for parties and events where possible.  Our capacity of the centre is 90 people but we are asking people not to have as many as this to protect people from the COVID-19.  Social distancing is the responsibility of the hirer.  We charge £150 deposit night time parties which you get back as long as there is no damage and everywhere is left clean and tidy, and £100 day time parties which again you get back as long as there is no damage and everywhere is left clean and tidy.  After that we charge £25 per hour. There are 90 chairs to use and rectangular folding tables too.  There is a kitchen to use with fridge freezer, microwave, cooker and hot water urn wired into the services. Also a fenced off area at the back of the centre to keep young ones safe while outside.  Please call for anymore details.  You can still contact us on sunnyhillcommunitycentre@hotmail.co.uk or 07476 358866.  Please note that the phone and email is checked every couple of days and someone will contact you as soon as it is possible.  Keep well and stay safe.

2 comments on “Homepage

  1. Leila Holman
    May 14, 2021

    Hi,
    I am looking for a venue to organise sensory music story sessions for children with specisl educational needs and disabilities.
    Preferably on saturdays, perhaps once a month, and potentially more in school holidays. Would this be something you can accomodate, once the restrictions are lifted?
    Thanks
    Leila

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    • Hello Leila,
      Thank you for your enquiry. It all depends at what time you were thinking and how long the sessions last. On a Saturday we have a church in 10:30am-3:30pm once a month we have a respite club in 8am -1pm usually the first Saturday of the month. We also have a social club that comes in 6pm -11pm on a Saturday. So as you can see there is not a lot of time free. Hope this helps. Tansy

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