Come and join in the fun during our special Pentecost event. See the poster below for details.
Manor Church and Community Project will be running a Valentine's Day Craft Afternoon at St Swithun’s Church, Cary Road on Tuesday 12th February 3.30 – 5pm. Lots of different crafts and games followed by worship and food - Valentine's Day image
Come and join us at St Swithun's Church on Tuesday 16 October at 3.30 pm for our Harvest Activity after school event. Click here for more details - Harvest poster.
Manor Church and Community Project will be running a Harvest Creative Activity at St Swithun’s Church, Cary Road on Tuesday 16th October 3.30 – 5pm. Lots of different crafts and games followed by worship and food - Harvest images
There will also be a Christmas Activity on Tuesday 11th Dec 3.30- 5pm same place with lots of fun and Christmassy things to make - Christmas images
Click here to see details of the Manor Castle Community Awards: Manor Castle Community Awards
MASKK, Manor Community Childcare and Manor Church and Community Project have teamed up once again to run four weeks of fun filled activities. The sessions are for children accompanied by an adult.
Stay and Play is run on Mondays during the school holidays between 10am – 1pm at Temple Park Centre.
Everyone is welcome to come along and have fun and a free lunch!
Click here to see the details and dates for our Stay and Play sessions over the August holiday period: Stay and Play poster for August
We are very pleased to welcome MASKK (Manor After School Kids Klub) to its new home in Temple Park Centre from 4 June 2018. MASKK provides a range essential services for children to families in the area.
MASKK will be based in Temple Park Centre alongside our existing regular users.
The following article on the Shef News website includes a video explanation of MASKK's services by Craig Judson, Play and Development Manager for MASKK: https://www.shefnews.co.uk/2018/05/10/
As part of the first phase of refurbishment of Temple Park Centre, the Manor Church and Community Project were successful in their funding bid in 2017 of £40,000 from Veolia Environmental Trust, with additional resources coming from the Methodist Church. These grants have enabled us to replace the heating system, upgrade the lighting and replace the single glazed, metal framed windows with UPVC double glazed window units.
We also have been able to decorate the whole building.
This has created a warm, welcoming and attractive building which our users are very much enjoying.
We plan to continue the redevelopment and refurbishment of Temple Park Centre with future grant applications to:
- improve accessibility for disabled users to the building
- develop a new entrance with reception area
- renovate and improve the toilets
- provide a cafe for users
- develop a soft play centre for children