We aim to coordinate training and education activities to engage all community members of all ages
PERFORMANCES AND WORKSHOPS
We aim to provide theatre, music and comedy shows as well as youth theatre & music workshops with help from the Brunton Theatre Outreach Programme
FACILITIES FOR HIRE
Tasteful and private function room available with newly refurbished adjoining stainless steel self-catering kitchen for hire.
Cinema – See the latest blockbusters with some old classics mixed in.Continue reading
Classes – Various learning and development initiatives available.Continue reading
Entertainment – Theatre, Comedy, Puppet Theatre, Live Bands, Ceilidh’s and more.Continue reading
Venue Hire – Space available for children’s parties and other small functions, self-catering kitchen also available for hire.Continue reading
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It has been recognised for a long time that Tranent has a lack of quality community facilities. We have an excellent sports centre and library but lack a community centre. Tranent is the only main town in East Lothian without one.
This is why The Fraser Centre Community Trust was formed in 2011. We are now working with Architects to create a design that fits the needs of the community on the site of The Fraser Centre.
This will be a centre for the community, made by the community.
To become a Friend of The Fraser Centre and play an active role in helping our fundraising to create a centre for learning, development, art s& entertainment in Tranent please fill in this form to register and visit the BT Donate page to set up your monthly donation.
Following the successful trial session of over 50’s Table Tennis, The Fraser Centre in partnership with Ageing Well are now aiming to start this as a weekly group.
Like all our other activities we are looking to put in place a small team of volunteers for the event and are now keen to hear from anyone interested in helping, duties include:
Setting up and removing the tables.
Managing a register of attendees.
Collecting weekly fees.
Ensuring the health & safety of users.
Help to promote the activity and The Fraser Centre.
Ensure a friendly, welcoming atmosphere!
May involve key holder responsibilities from time to time. Additional training would be given.
Understanding and knowledge of the games rules is not essential to the role, just a keenness to help and have fun!
The sessions are aimed to start on Monday 12th September, 2-4pm. £2.
Volunteers will be given: an informal chat; health & safety tour; and PVG disclosure check.
The time of the volunteering would be 1.30-4.30pm every Monday.
The tables can be awkward to move, although they are on wheels, they do require the ability to move them up a ramp into the hall. We aim to create a small team of 2/3 which can make this easier on everyone and it also allows the event to be covered for illness and holidays.
If you would like to get involved then we would love to hear from you. Please contact David Orr on 01875 617444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.