Community Centres

Boley Park Community Hall

The Boley Park Community Hall is owned by the City Council but leased to a local management committee.

Click here to visit their website: www.boleypark-communityhall.org.uk

Boley Park Community Hall

Cruck House

Cruck House is a 16th century cottage (Grade II Listed Building) in Stowe Street which is owned by the City Council and used as a public meeting room. It is also leased to the Curborough Community Association.

Cruck House

Curborough Community Centre

The Curborough Community Centre was built by the City Council in 1994, and is leased to the Curborough Community Association.

Culborough Hall Community Centre

Darwin Hall

Officially opened in 2010, Darwin Hall is the community hall for the Darwin Park estate in Lichfield and was funded by Section 106 contributions. Named after Erasmus Darwin, who lived in Lichfield during the 18th Century, it is located at the end of a long, landscaped avenue called Cathedral Walk.

Darwin Hall consists of a hall approx. 297 sq. meters which includes the main hall, a small meeting room, kitchen and enclosed outside area. The building is owned by the City Council and leased to the Darwin Hall Management Committee.

Click here to visit their website: www.darwinhall.org.uk/

Darwin Hall

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