Unfortunately during this Corona virus pandemic the Community Centre is closed. We will reopen as soon as we are allowed. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience.
We will feature news and other items of interest to the local community on the Stocksfield Community Association website and in SCAN magazine as we become aware of them. If you would like to contribute please let Beth Gascoigne have any items that you would like to be included, for future issues of SCAN by the 15th of the month.
Articles and items for inclusion can be sent by email to news@StocksfieldCA.org.uk or delivered to the Community Centre Office.
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Stocksfield Community Association
awarded Hallmark 2
“Hallmark 2” is a nationally-recognised quality standards scheme for village halls and community centres. In Northumberland it is administered by Community Action Northumberland (CAN).
Following a very comprehensive inspection of all the Community Association’s procedures by two visitors from CAN on 2nd April we are delighted to be informed that we have “successfully met the standard to achieve Hallmark 2.”
A Certificate to that effect is on the noticeboard outside the Community Association’s office.
The Community Association board is delighted to have secured a grant of £5000 from the County Durham Community Foundation (EDF Renewables Fund) to fit Solar panels on to the roof of the hall.
The board has committed a similar sum of money for a 32 panel 8KW system to be fitted. The system includes a device which will increase the efficiency of the energy conversion by approx. 20%.
Despite the recent massive cut in the Feed in Tariff this will still prove both a good long term investment and reduce our carbon footprint as we switch to using renewable energy.