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WELCOME TO VICTORIA CENTRE, SHEFFIELD

WHO ARE WE?

The centre is a multipurpose building that can be used for meetings, conferences and community groups in Sheffield.  Victoria Community Enterprise Ltd was established with the help and support of many local groups. Our doors opened in November 2003 following a refurbishment of the building.

Memory Cafe

Thursday 1 - 3 pm

For people who suffer mild to moderate memory loss and their carers, family and friends

Free 

(£1 charge for refreshments)

ACTIVITIES

Check out our weekly activities run by a variety of groups

SPACE FOR HIRE

Our fabulous building has space that can be hired for conferences, events and community groups form 10 people to 140 in our rooms with disabled access via a ramp.

OFFICE SPACE NOW AVAILABLE FOR RENTAL

Powered by Victoria Community Enterprise Limited

  • Victoria Community Enterprise Ltd (VCE)  is a registered charity and we are also the home for Victoria Methodist Church who offer a warm welcome every Sunday to people from all over the world.
  • VCE is a Company Limited by guarantee (number 4189044) and a Registered Charity (number 1093224).
  • Mission
  • To give and sustain hope in this area of Sheffield by creating a centre where all members of the community feel they are welcome and valued and can have access to facilities which will enhance the quality of their life through recreation, social and educational events, worship, friendship and fun.
  • Partnerships and Links
  • We work closely with a number of other organizations’ in our area. These include:
  • • Manor and Castle Development Trust
  • • Sheffield Flourish
  • • The Real Junk Food Project Sheffield
  • • Victoria Methodist Church
  • • Sheffield Wildlife Trust
  • • Park Community Action
  • Aims and Objectives
  • 1. To create a well-managed, warm and welcoming centre that is open to and fully used by the local community
  • 2. To promote greater community cohesion by building bridges of understanding between different generations, cultures and faiths
  • 3. To have a particular concern for the needs of the most vulnerable, eg by encouraging the provision of suitable facilities and services for the elderly, children and young people
  • 4. To be a focal point for the local community on issues such as the environment and asylum seekers
  • 5. To provide a base for organisations offering training and education
  • 6. To work with other organisations with similar aims to create partnerships that strengthen service delivery and complement each others’ activities
  • 7. To provide the resources, through appropriate lettings, fundraising etc to manage the centre and secure its long term viability.
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