Notice board  

Carleton Community Association

AGM

4th December 7.30


Carleton Memorial Hall 

Moorfield Avenue, FY6 7QE

CPR and Defibrillator Training Success!


During May June and July, CCA funded free training sessions for Carleton hall users and local folk. The sessions were professionally taught by Fylde First Aid. Many folk commented on how interesting, clear and informative the sessions were and now feel confident to use CPR and the defibrillator in cases of emergency. Further sessions are planned for the future hopefully along with some fund raising sessions for the British Heart Foundation. If anyone has any suggestions, please let us know.


Great News to Start the New Year!

Our exceptional value hire rates are remaining the same until, at least, the start of April 2017.

Why not use Carleton Memorial Hall to support your New Year Resolution to  become more active?

Would you like to get involved in a social activity where you can learn new things or share your knowledge? Then why not check out the 'University of the Third Age' 

See the links below for some great ideas for Community Hall use. 

Getting Involved

Carlton Community Association  encourages constructive input from local folk with regard to the upkeep and development of Carleton Memorial Hall. This page will keep the community informed of current developments and meetings at the hall. 

If you wish to enquire about becoming involved in Carleton Community Association and operation of Carleton Memorial Hall, click here and complete the contact details.

Investment in the Future - Energy Saving at Carleton Memorial Hall 

During 2015 the Carleton Community Association decided that it is important that we should be seen to take a lead in reduction of fossil fuels. To that end we have invested in Photovoltaic Arrays (solar panels) to generate as much as possible of the electricity we might need, and at the same time generate income. It is our aim that this investment will help maintain our excellent room hire rates and keep any future rental increases to a minimum.  

The Association is confident that this and other future developments will ensure the long-term future of the Memorial Hall for the folk of Carleton and surrounding areas.