The Redland Club, Burlington Road, Bristol BS6 6TN
The Redland Club is a local Community Centre available for hire in the heart of Redland. The Community Centre, which features a large hall as well as a meeting room was established in the mid 1960’s. It is owned by Bristol City Council and leased to Tango West Ltd, set up as a 'not for profit' social enterprise and Company limited by guarantee.
Tango West holds regular Argentinian Tango classes and social dances at the club. The community hall and meeting room, ideally situated on the Redland - Clifton border within Bristol, are available for hire to local groups, organisations and individuals for activities that are associated with health, exercise, dance, teaching, office use and community participation.
Tango West has invested a significant sum in renovating the Redland Club. The Community Centre comprises of a spacious hall that would suit a variety of functions, a large multi-purpose Function Room, a lobby area, kitchen and toilets. This is likely to be one of the best types of Community Hall available in Bristol. Whether you are looking to hire a large community hall, a space sizeable enough to hold a function/class or a meeting room adaptable as office space then The Redland Club may be the place for you.
In addition to the community hall for hire there is also a small external garden area and four dedicated car parking spaces – a real asset in the residential parking zone in Redland.
We consider the Redland Club as an important community centre. All groups regularly hiring the premises with classes such as yoga, dance, pilates and more, actively work with us to ensure it is well managed and enhances the local neighbourhood.
If you are looking for a Function Room, a Community Centre, a Community Hall, a Meeting Room, or Office Space for hire in Redland or Clifton, Bristol – then look no further – the Redland Club should suit your needs.
The Redland Club is looking for a part-time Caretaker
We need someone to pop in to the club for about an hour most week-day evenings and some week-ends - ideally around 9pm after the last class has finished - to do some tidying up/light cleaning, check that the heating controls are set correctly, lights switched off, windows closed and fastened, premises locked up properly etc. We have a Checklist of the various tasks involved.
The role would suit someone who lived locally, capable and reliable and able to work on his/her own initiative. It would generally be about 5-6 hours work per week with re-numeration to be agreed.