updated 10 July 2018
ABOUT US - A VERY BRIEF INTRODUCTION
A BRIEF HISTORY
The present Community Centre started life as Easter Langlee Primary School,
built in 1971
to serve the new housing community on the north side of the main Melrose Road.
A "Change of Use" came in 1985 with part of the building becoming the Community Centre
and the other part being retained as Council offices. There is a joint reception desk
at the Main Entrance serving both Community Centre and Council offices.
Responsibility for the Community Centre was eventually transferred to
"Live Borders", Sport & Leisure Trust in 2017.
The day-to-day running of the Centre
continues to be vested in the
Community Centre Management Committee aka the "House Committee"
made up from representatives of the "affilliated" groups
and others who use the Community Centre throughout the year.
THE COMMUNITY CENTRE
The Community Centre is based on two levels with the upper level from
the Main Entrance and Reception to the MAIN HALL.
Additionally, the COMMUNITY CAFE/IT facilities, KITCHEN & QUIET ROOM
are also on this level with a separate entrance from the "Disabled" car park
The Lower Level (only a few steps down) has several former classrooms,
now named the RED, BLUE, GREEN and YELLOW ROOMS,
Internet Wi-Fi is provided free throughout the Centre.
DETAILS ABOUT ALL THE ROOMS AND FACILITIES
If you are interested in booking any of our facilities, do come along and see for yourself!
Our CARETAKERS are on hand to offer any assistance within the Centre
and answer your questions on the available rooms and specialised equipment
-------------------------------------- JOHN - DARREN
The Community Centre is registered as a "Rescue Centre"
with Scottish Borders Council in the event of a "crisis".