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Fairview Community Centre

Temporary Event Notices (TEN)

Fairview main hall Fairview meeting room Fairview kitchen

Fairview Youth and Community Centre is newly built community centre that is closely linked with Civitas Academy - a local community school. It is a single storey, open plan building that is fully accessible.

The centre is primarily run as a venue for hire for individuals, clubs and organisations which provide activities, opportunities and services to the community. These include parent and baby classes, charity/youth groups and other recreational activities.

How to find us

Fairview Centre is within walking distance of Reading town centre and the main train station (approximately 10 minutes).

Please note: if you choose to travel by car, there is very limited parking available at the centre due to its location, therefore we advise walking or getting a taxi.

Supporting information

Some events may need you to send in extra information. Please see the list below:

  • Evidence of Public Liability Insurance at a minimum indemnity of £5million
  • A copy of your safeguarding policy if you are running activities for people under 19
  • A food hygiene certificate if you plan to serve food to the public
  • If you are planning to sell alcohol at your event, you need to obtain a Temporary Event Notices (TEN)
  • A copy of your adults safeguarding policy if you are running sessions which may have vulnerable adults attending

For further details or queries, please contact the Lettings Team who will be able to advise accordingly.

Make an enquiry

If you are interested in hiring the venue, please complete the community centre enquiry form and a member of the Lettings Team will contact you within 72 hours.

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