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Jack Kane Community Wing

Address

208 Niddrie Mains Road

EH16 4ND
Tel: 0131 657 1595
Email: cld-jackkane@ea.edin.sch.uk
Website: http://jackkanecommunity.org/

The Jack Kane Community Centre is a voluntary organisation which is situated in the East of Edinburgh. The centre is located within the grounds of Hunters Hall park next door to Edinburgh Leisure’s sport centre. The centre comprises of general purpose rooms, large kitchen area, sports hall, specialised rooms for meetings and educational work all of which are complimented by having internet connections within certain rooms to enhance training facility needs. A strong partnership exists between the City of Edinburgh Councils Community Learning and Development and local people and representatives whom are elected annually as members of the centres management committee. Crossing the divide the centre offers a wide and diverse range of activities whilst still being available for letting purposes. With a extensive range of people using the centre from highland dancing to older peoples tea dances the centre is also attractive to businesses and training providers alike. Indeed, this centre benefits from having a specialised youth and children service Café K who offer activities for children and young people. These activities include detached youth work as well as targeted work. The service also carries out early intervention work within local schools. There are also many volunteering opportunities to be had within this venue with the centre benefiting previously from volunteers who have brought their expertise, knowledge and experience in order to make the centre a more attractive place. There is also a strong commitment to ensuring that local peoples voices are heard so if you feel you want to get more involved or would like more information then feel free to contact the centres staff are always on call to make sure that you get the best from YOUR Community Centre.

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