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Centre81 is a Clydebank Housing Association wider role initiative at the heart of the Whitecrook community, costing over £2.8 million and largely funded with grants from Europe (ERSF), the Scottish Government (Wider Role) and a number of other agencies. Centre81 opened to the public in early May 2008 and was officially opened by Elspeth Attwooll MEP on 11th July 2008.
The development of Centre81 is a major milestone in the future regeneration of Whitecrook, which is considered to be one of the most deprived areas in Scotland. With a focus on assisting residents to gain skills, qualifications and experience so that they can move out of the benefits trap and into work, the centre will also provide a range of activities to engage with young people, reduce anti social behaviour and increase the capacity of the Whitecrook and wider Clydebank communities.
It also aims to improve the physical and mental health of residents through a range of innovative and exciting programmes.
Projects so far include: - Recycle, Regain, Pulse, Project81.
Please click here for more details of our current projects.
“Centre81 illustrates CHA’s wider commitment to the people of Clydebank and demonstrates our ability to develop effective partnerships at individual, community and multi agency levels. CHA’s Management Committee is to be commended for their foresight and dedication to improving the lives of tenants and the wider communities where we have an established and growing presence.” Fiona Webster, CHA’s Director.
For further information on Centre81 contact Ali or Jean on 0141 533 7070.
Please click here to download a location map for Centre81.
We greatfully acknowledge our funders as follows: