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About Us

We are fortunate to be surrounded by  beautiful countryside  - looking towards Blackhill

 

Our postal address is: 34 Thornton Road, Kirkmuirhill, Lanark ML11 9QE.

 

Thornton Road Community Centre Association (TRCCA) was formally set up in March 2013, and became a Scottish Charity in 17th June 2015. The Board of Trustees exists to manage, on a sustainable basis, the provision of a wide range of activities in the Centre, such as cafes, meetings, Gaelic classes, line dancing, Over 60s Club, computer classes. 

The Centre is available for hire by organisationsgroups and individuals.

Our aim is to make full use of the Centre's potential for the benefit of anyone in the community.

See the 'News' page for more details of what's on.

 

Annual Accounts

As a Scottish Charity, we are regulated by OSCR and have agreed with them that, in order to be seen to be 'open and honest', which promotes good governace, we will publish our annual accounts online. The latest accounts can be viewed here.
 

If anyone wishes to discuss the contect of these accounts, they are welcome to contact an office bearer shown here.

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BENEFACTORS
South Lanarkshire CouncilProvided funding which we have applied to the rent over the years, and for part-funding of the purchase of the Centre - 2018.
Scottish Gas NetworkFor Weeding the garden, laying the block path and painting the fences.
Second Chance For agreeing, in principle at this stage, to fund IT equipment for Skype/Facetime tuition for older people.
Patersons Quarries LtdProvided funding via Land Trust for major refurbishment of Centre - 2014.
Land TrustAdministered funding from Patersons Quarries - 2014.
Develping Local Communities FundProvided funding for Xbox equipment for the Youth Clubs
CemexRe-laid driveway with block paving and stones.
Bord na GaidligFor funding to allow TRCCA to run Gaelic classes for Beginners - 2016-8
Auchrobert Wind Farm (Falck Renewables)For match-funding the purchase of the Community Centre and Exercise Classes for older people, and for providing us with efficient recycling bin banks.
Auchrobert Wind Farm is helping to breathe new life into the local community by way of its Community Fund, for the benefit of all. 2017/8
Lesmahagow Development TrustFor funding a wall-mounted, remote-controlled projector screen - 2017.
Scottish Land FundFor funding our community survey as well as legal costs relating to our change of charity constitution.
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