We have items of Lost property from the week-end of October 4th - 6th.
Please email tarporley@community-space.org with a description.

New Roof Appeal

Our roof is now approaching 60 years old and has suffered many leaks in recent years.

It is now in urgent need of complete renewal but the opportunity will be taken to improve thermal insulation
to reduce heating bills and add sound insulation to the ceiling to improve the acoustics in the Main Hall.
It will be partly funded from reserves and room hire but we will need further funds from grants and/or fund-raising
events such as TarpFest to complete the project which is expected to be carried out over 6 weeks in Summer 2020.
For further information please see our publicity flyer.

The project will cost over £100,000 but we have £30,000 in our reserves so need to raise £72,500 & tiles cost £10 each
Following the launch of our ‘Raise the Roof' Appeal - we now have a Give.net page.

So far we have received donations of £9,625 and we also have promises for a further £35,200
So that gives a grand total of £44,825 - or 4482 tiles out of a total 7250 - only 2768 to go!

Thank you to everyone who has donated and if you want to donate, there are 3 ways :
Buy a tile (or more than one) on our Give.net page
By cheque payable to Tarporley Community Centre in our letter box or post to Tarporley CC, High St, Tarporley, CW6 0AY
( Please make payable to Tarporley Community Centre and not Mrs Linda Martin )
Or if you want to donate by BACS, please email us at tccfinance@aol.co.uk and we'll forward our bank details

Raffle tickets are also available and can be bought at the monthly Country Market & other advertised events.

£500 raised at Carnival

£500 was raised through sale of raffle tickets and our "Buy a Tile" campaign.
Raffle tickets still available at £2 and the winners will be drawn at Country Market on December 7th.
1st prize £175 / 2nd prize £50 / 3rd prize £25

Tarporley Community Centre would like to thank Councillor Moore Dutton for her Members grant donation.
This will be spent on fundraising and our costs relating to the Roof Appeal.

TarpFEST 2019 raised £2000 for the Roof Appeal

The June 2019 TarpFEST has raised £2000 or 200 tiles for the roof appeal.
The Committee would like to thank the organisers for their hard work and a great result.
We also thank the local community for turning out to support the events
and please visit our stand at the Carnival on July 13th.

New classes include ChaSamba Fitness, Didi Rugby &
Hatha & Restorative Yoga from June 28th (see "News")

About Us

This is the official website for Tarporley & District Community Centre.
If you wish to book one of our four rooms, please view photos and details
on our "Rooms" page and then visit our on-line booking website to
reserve the room, Prices start at £7/hr and rise to £20 for the main hall.

The Centre can be found at the south end of the High Street, adjacent
to the Texaco filling station and SPAR store. The complex includes a
large hall which will seat 180 people, a smaller hall and two meeting
rooms all equipped with ample kitchen and toilet facilities.

The Centre is a Charitable Trust and is run by a committee of
volunteers who care for the buildings and ensure that use
complies with current legislative requirements.
Nearly all income is derived from room and field booking fees.

More information below
Follow us on FaceBook . . . .

On-line booking

We operate on-line booking using the VillageVenue booking
website : http://tarporley.community-space.org/

And communicate by email but endeavour to deal with queries
or problems rapidly. email : tarporley@community-space.org

New / regular user ?

Advice on booking & becoming an Account holder click here

Considering a Bouncy Castle ?

Please read our guide before booking

Latest News

As a Co-op member, when you buy selected Co-op branded products and services, 1% of the money you spend goes to
local causes in your community and the Community Centre
is one of the local causes you may choose to support.
Please open this
link to make your choice.


Tarporley Community Centre has been successful in applying for a
National Lottery "Awards for All" grant for a new Audio Visual system.
We will install the system this August 2019


Grant from Leverhulme Foundation

Tarporley Community Centre have been awarded £1,000 from
Lord Leverhulme's Charitable Trust for our Buy a Tile appeal.
That's 100 tiles bought.
We thank them for this generous donation.


New Defibrillator Installed

Tarporley Village has just been equipped with a heart defibrillator
which can be accessed by any member of the public on dialling 999.

The defibrillator is located in a yellow box on the North side wall
of the Centre and is illuminated by a light from dusk to dawn.
The cabinet is internally heated to keep the kit in working order.

The defibrillator and cabinet were made possible by a very
generous, anonymous donation, together with smaller donations
from Community Centre user groups
- more info below

Please email : tarporley@community-space.org for training

Parking Restrictions

Several groups complained about the lack of available
parking spaces in the car park when attending events at TCC.

To address this issue, we introduced a 3 hour time limit with no
return within 1 hour - controlled by CW&C Mon to Sun 8 am to 6 pm

To guarantee extended parking periods for users who can justify it,
we will issue a limited number of day and annual parking permits.
These will be specific to user group, car reg and will have an expiry date

Picnic Tables

Four picnic tables were recently installed on the
Community Centre field for use by the local community.

They were purchased with funds provided by the local Co-operative community fund but after only a few days, one has already been
severely damaged by fire.

If you have any information regarding this crime, please email us at :
tarporley@community-space.org or contact the local police
who are already investigating the incident.

Save a life - give blood

Regular blood donor sessions are held at the Community Centre
Dates below

Lost Property

inc. hearing aid & items found at Carnival - click here

Tarporley News Article - December 2018

Tarporley Community Centre has been successful in being chosen as one of the Co-Ops Local Fund charities for the coming year.

This money is going to be used to further improve the Audio System and Acoustics of the Community Centres Main Hall.

Tarporley Community Centre have been working with Tarporley & District U3A on this and over the Summer,
new curtains were installed which act as both blackout and noise reducing curtains. Some noise deadening tiles have
also been installed and we will be installing more tiles once we have replaced our roof, which is our next major project.

Before then, with the continued support of Tarporley & District U3A we will be improving the audio system which will comprise
of installing new speakers, mixers and amplifiers. This will cost several thousands of pounds. We shall also be contacting
other local organisations who regularly hire our Main Hall to request their support and financial assistance with this.

As doing this will provide a better facility for all users of the Community Centre, we hope that you will choose us as
the Co-Op Local Fund charity you support.

If you would like to find out more about Tarporley Community Centre or wish to get involved with the Charity/Us
you can either view (this website) / or contact myself by email at tccfinance@aol.co.uk or by phone on 0781 4089666.

Anita Langford, Treasurer, Tarporley Community Centre

New Defibrillator Installed

Our local First Responder Mr. Jeremy Mills gave much useful advice during the project, and acted as the liaison person with the
North West Ambulance Service. The defibrillator is now registered with the Ambulance Service control, and in the case of a 999
call relating to a collapsed patient, the caller will be told of the location and the keycode to gain access to the defibrillator.
The unit is "smart" and gives voice instructions, so any member of the public can use it.

Jeremy has offered to give training in resuscitation and defibrillator use to Community Centre users, with the objective
of ensuring that every group using the centre will include at least two trained personnel. The training is currently being organised.

The attached photo shows the defibrillator being installed in the cabinet by (left to right) Rob Hussey (NWAS),
Angela Yeates (Management Committee member), Linda Martin (Chair of Management Committee) and
Jeremy Mills (Tarporley First Responder). Linda has agreed to be the "Guardian" and Angela the "Deputy Guardian"
to routinely check the defibrillator and act as the liaison point with NWAS.
Management Committee members Anita Langford, Judith Oates and Tony Yeates were also present at the handover.
We would also like to extend our thanks to Robin Ford for tendering the installation work,
and to village electrician Brian Rathbone who installed the cabinet at short notice.

Save a life. Give Blood. Donate in Tarporley : www.blood.co.uk

Next session : Tuesday 25 Jun 19

More about Tarporley Community Centre

Outdoor facilities include a free car park (3 hour max) at the rear of the building, a fenced play area for children and a large field used for outdoor events including the annual Tarporley carnival, football and training.

The large hall is used by many local groups, clubs and societies for such events as plays, film shows, fitness classes and private parties.

The committee is always in need of more volunteers - if you would like to help by joining the committee or helping with ongoing projects, please email us at the address below.

Tarporley is a village in the heart of rural Cheshire with a population of between 2500 and 3000 people. To learn more about the facilities and the extensive range of events which take place in the village, you may wish to visit the Parish Council website.

Contact us at the Community Centre by email at tarporley@community-space.org

Tarporley Community Centre, High Street, Tarporley, Cheshire CW6 0AY - - Registered Charity 1040034


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