• VO93841
  • Board/trustee role


Friockheim Community Hub is an established local Community Centre which opened in January 2019. The Hub plays a vital role in providing essential community facilities improving the well-being of residents and individuals struggling with a range of challenges in the current climate.

It is a registered charity operated as a Company Limited by guarantee, meaning that there is no financial commitment nor liability for any individual wishing to become a trustee. The board of directors of the company are also trustees of the charity.

We are looking for trustees to help us continue the work which we do. You would join us at an exciting time for the hub. With restrictions lifted and an ever-increasing demand for our services we are looking to add experienced members of the public to our board, to help us face the challenges in our community.

We are particularly keen to recruit members of the local Friockheim and district community and those who have skills in the following areas: marketing, fundraising, financial control and HR.

However, these are not exclusive, and we would welcome the opportunity to speak to any individuals who feel they can add value to the board and community. We are also particularly keen to involve younger members of the community to complement our board structure.

To find out more, please contact the office on 01241 829214 or email .

Organisation aims and objectives

Based in the former Eastgate Primary School, The Hub @ Friockheim is a fully inclusive project involving the whole community which is owned, managed and operated by the community itself as a registered charity. The Friockheim Community Hub Articles of Association can be found here. The Hub aims to support all age groups and provide a place for residents to get together socially and groups & clubs to meet. • Young People • Elderly • Disabled • Mother & toddlers • Pre-school children • Children The Hub will provide a range of community services with access to wide range of facilities and classes including changing places which will be open 24/7, 365 days a year (Access via RADAR key). The Hub is open to all users, wherever they live, whatever their age or circumstances and you do not have to be a member to use the facilities.


Minimum age: 18