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Welcome to our short feature about the Cliftonville Community Centre and the Community Trust of the same name. The aim of this page is to highlight the activities of the project and explain a little about their work. We welcome feedback from people with first hand knowledge and experience. If you would like to suggest other community based facilities in the Thanet area drop us a line with all the relevant details. Follow this link for more of our community features.
There's a range of activities run from the community centre and/or managed by the trust. Most recently Dev Biswal was part of a partnership involving The Ambrette restaurant, cooking and supplying ingredients for local people using the centre over Christmas.
Volunteers at the centre and from the nearby St Paul's Church run an annual Christmas dinner for anyone who needs help, food parcels are also provided. The Cliftonville Community Centre provides support for local homeless people including; food, showers and laundry facilities.
If you'd like to get involved in the project, offer support or find out more contact the Centre.
The Cliftonville Community & Training Centre can be found at:
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