Tamfourhill Community Hub

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Tamfourhill community initiative

Tamfourhill community initiative

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Tamfourhill Community Hub SCIO is operated on a not-for-profit basis and, and is a registered charity with OSCR Scottish charity regulator. (Charity No: sco49295) We support Tamfourhill in every way we can, with the objective of improving and protecting community life. 

The Hub is managed by the Hub Committee all of which are volunteers. The Committee is responsible for the bookings, maintenance, marketing, financial management and security of the Hub. 

We would be delighted to welcome any volunteers who would like to help with the management of the Hub. If you have any free time and would like to be involved, then please get in touch. 

We regularly host a variety of community functions including classes, pantomimes, Dinners and fun days. The Tamfourhill Hub space can be utilized in several ways  and we would be delighted to discuss accommodating almost all community events. The hall boasts a complete range of services for your function including soft play and inflatable hire. Contact us for up to date let prices.

Tamfourhill Tenants & Residents TTRO

Tamfourhill Tenants and Residents Organisation (TTRO) are a group of local people who work together to represent the views of all tenants and homeowners within the area and help make it a better place to live. 

The TTRO work in partnership with other community and statutory organisations to help create positive change within the local area.

The TTRO were awarded the TPAS Scotland award for “Best practice in Developing Communities: Opportunities to be involved” in 2018. In 2019, they were also awarded the “Celebrating Communities Award” in recognition of all the work they carry out within the local area.

One of the latest projects the group is working on is the ‘Our Place Camelon and Tamfourhill’ project, they received an award for the national lottery for the organisation to host 2 local jobs, funded from 2020 for 3 years, to support the communities within Camelon and Tamfourhill to be safer and more resilient.

The organisation is also currently developing a project for an outdoor gym within the local area, after the success of the ‘Roman play park” in 2018.