Collydean Community Centre
Charity registered in Scotland
Join a dynamic cafe team, serving teas, coffees, sandwiches, soup and hot lunches to members of the local community and those further afield. The cafe is run at cost, meaning customesr can come and enjoy a warm meal or a tasty treat at a low cost. Be involved in taking orders, making hot drinks, basic cooking, serving customers, and working the till. Full in-the-role training can be provided, as well as the opportunity to gain a qualification in Elementary Food Hygeine. The cafe is open 11am-2pm Tuesday, Thursday and Friday every week, along with 9:30am-11:30am the first Saturday of the month for hot breakfasts.
Kidz Club is a low cost playgroup style scheme that meets on a Saturday morning. Children aged 3-8 are welcome to be dropped off by their parents between 10.30 and 12.30 in order to give parents a short break, and allow the children to socialise in a safe environment. The club is charged at £2 per child, 50p for each additional sibling, and older siblings are welcome to come along as helpers - ensuring that parents who need it can have an affordable break to get on on a weekend morning.
The role would include planning snacks, activities and outdoor sessions for the children.
Join the youth club which meets on a Thursday evening in Collydean Community Centre from 6pm-8pm. Children from p3-p7 meet every week to take part in a range of activities from baking to film nights, sports activities, board games and crafts. They're looking for someone who gets on great with children who can help to lead the group. You'll be involved in arranging the programme, delivering activities and - most importantly - ensuring you and the children have fun. Full training and support will be given.
Join the Youth Cafe which meets on a Monday night, 6pm-8pm. This activity is open to s1-s3 young people, where they are invited to come along and take part in activities such as baking, crafts and Xbox. The group is youth-led so the Centre is looking for adults to facilitate and support the young people to do what they would like to do.