Carlton Community Hub host their official launch and family fun day on Saturday, September 23.
The hub was established by Christian charity Hope Nottingham two years ago, building on a long-standing foodbank partnership with Main St Methodist Church.
The community hub now offers a wide range of holistic support to the local community and the foodbank has been enhanced with a wonderful community café every Tuesday and Friday afternoon.
During these times advice and guidance is on hand from The Ark Advice Centre, Gedling Borough Customer Services and Jigsaw Job club.
Michael Singh, Development Manager at Hope Nottingham said:
“The hub is now a hive of activity most days, supported by our dedicated volunteer team: Art & Craft Group Monday, falls prevention with the Active Health Coach on Wednesday morning and Netherfield Childrens Centre providing a Parent & Toddler stay and play in the afternoon.
“Our Food Club on Thursdays offers low-cost surplus food and we have a growing friendship group on Saturdays.
“The Hub is there for the whole community so everyone is invited to come along to a family fun day on Saturday, September 23 from 12.30pm – 2.30pm.
“There will be live music, a children’s dance group, craft activities, a barbeque, cake stall and café, tombola and all-sorts of games and stalls. All are welcome!”
Carlton Community Hub is located at Carlton Methodist Church, 88 Carlton Hill, Carlton, Nottingham, NG4 1EE.
Further information regarding the community hub and family fun day can be found HERE.