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    • What does a tonne of Carbon Dioxide look like?

      We are delighted to announce that at some point over the weekend we reached the landmark of 1000 kilos of Carbon Dioxide saved through solar power at The View.  We know this is great but like most people we weren’t really sure what 1 tonne of CO2 looked like – so we googled it and ...

    • Teaching an old dog new tricks?

      Since our call for ideas of how Church View can be used to benefit the community, we have been delighted by your response.  We hope that over the coming weeks and months, we can find ways to accommodate these.  In the meantime, we are happy to announce that the old art college is now the ...

    • A Ramadan message to the Doncaster Muslim Community

      Ramadan Mubarak to all in our local Muslim community. Best wishes to you and your family for this the holy month of Ramadan. We hope that you find joy, peace and happiness and achieve all your objectives for the month.
       

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    • Church View, the end of the beginning

      Things don’t always go the way you plan. Our plan for Church View was well known, a vibrant hub for culture, creativity and the community in an iconic building in central Doncaster. Today, our plan requires a radical rethink.  After almost a year of uncertainty, we can confirm that the European funding needed to complete ...

    • Ben’s blog – a word from our Chief Executive

      In with the new
      Historic is not too strong a word for it.  Our move into Church View is a small step for the three of us (staff) but a massive leap for resident-led and owned asset-based economic, social and cultural development in Doncaster.  The new Trust office, meeting and event space is a lovely, light, ...

    • The best new venue in town

      Church View is now available for meetings, events and conferences.  We can offer a flexible space suitable for small meetings up to events for 100 people.  We offer refreshment catering at a highly competitive rate and offer room hire discounts to the third sector and public sector organisations.

      Cabaret layout seating upto 65 people

      Theatre style seating ...

    From our archives

    • Another great year…

      Doncaster NDC has bucked the deprivation, compared to the national NDC average NDC average. The new report, Tracking Economic Deprivation, published by the Communities and Local Government (CLG) department in January 2010, paints a mixed picture about how the 39 NDC (New Deal for Communities) partnerships across England have performed in reducing income and employment ...

    • What does a tonne of Carbon Dioxide look like?

      We are delighted to announce that at some point over the weekend we reached the landmark of 1000 kilos of Carbon Dioxide saved through solar power at The View.  We know this is great but like most people we weren’t really sure what 1 tonne of CO2 looked like – so we googled it and ...

    • Active at 60 fund launched

      A new funding opportunity for voluntary groups from the Department of Work and Pensions. Doncaster funds being managed by Doncaster Central Development Trust.

      For information on how to apply and to download an application please click ‘Read More’

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    • Support your local Community Group, Balby Bridge TARA

      Where is it? Balby Bridge TARA (Tenants and Residents Association) Boughen Community Centre, Shotton Walk, St James Street, Balby, Doncaster, DN1 3RH
      Contact: Sue Wood Tel: 01302 369631
      Group aims: “We are a Tenants and Residents Association based in Balby whose aim is to develop and improve the area for everyone. This is done mainly through developing ...

    • Grants up for grabs to help local people

      Doncaster residents are being invited to apply for grants to help them improve their lives by the town’s New Deal for Communities (NDC).

    • Church View

      The biggest change though is currently hidden from view. A large single storey internal extension originally constructed in 2003 has been demolished, once again opening out the courtyard, and introducing much more natural light into the building. In addition works have commenced on demolishing some of the internal walls, which means that it is increasingly ...

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