Support & Services
March 27, 2018
Shaddongate Resource Centre
New Year – New Office?
The Shaddongate Resource Centre has a range of office let opportunities available right now and we would be happy to show you around.
Our available spaces can accommodate everything from small organisations to teams with up to 15 staff. We offer very competitive rates and work closely with our tenants to ensure that the space is right for you and your organisation. We also have a range of rooms available to hire to support any office let – if required (see further information below).
“The facilities at the Shaddongate Resource Centre are fantastic. The building is inviting, spacious and has a really great feel. The staff are friendly and helpful. We couldn’t fault it and wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it to others.”
An example of one of our smaller office spaces
Shaddongate Resource Centre
Our building is fully accessible and has a range of great spaces available from rooms for one to one meetings, a boardroom (max 20) and training rooms, to regular office space and a fantastic Community Hall that is ideal for larger-scale events (see a full breakdown of facilities below). Whatever your needs, we have the right room for you. All facilities are competitively priced, with discounts available for CVS members. Come and see for yourself.
- Training room/meeting space
- Boardroom/small conference room
- Community Hall
- Self-contained office space for hire/rent. Rooms available for 1-2 to 6-12 people.
- Commercial kitchen
- Managed wifi across the whole building
- Induction loop systems
- Secure locking and access systems
Screen, projector, flipcharts, refreshments and catering are available upon request.
To view the different options available please visit our website HERE
For all enquiries about Shaddongate or to arrange to take a look around, please contact Steve on 01768 800350 or email him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cumbria CVS at Work – Case Study – Be Me, Ulverston
Lisa (Community Manager) for Emmanuel Christian Centre contacted Cumbria CVS with an idea: they were looking for funding to run a 9 week kinaesthetic programme (Be Me Project) – a programme that works alongside the schools’ National Curriculum – supporting girls’ emotional health and wellbeing in an ever increasingly challenging environment. The girls would be identified by their schools as in need of additional support which this programme would provide. The idea was based on a programme that has had great success elsewhere in the UK.
What happened next
Following on from a meeting, it was evident that this project would fit within the remit of the Eric Wright Charitable Trust Small Grants Fund (hosted by Cumbria CVS).
It was also felt that running this as a pilot project would give a firm base of evidence to look for full funding in 2019. Due diligence was undertaken to ensure that although being hosted by Emmanuel Christian Centre this programme was a secular programme so fitted with the ethos of the funder.
The Community Manager Lisa, supported by Cumbria CVS applied for £265 to run the Be Me Project in Ulverston for the last term of 2018. This nine week course aims to promote wellbeing and equip young girls to break free from the ever increasing sense that they are not good enough.
The pilot project worked with 12 girls to evidence the difference this nine week programme made in their lives with a view to looking for additional funding in 2019 to run a full programme based on the findings and feedback from this pilot.
“Yet again Cumbria CVS have supported us to find the necessary funding to put our ideas in to reality. I know that with additional support from Andrew this will be an on-going programme for young girls in the area for 2019 onwards”
Lisa – Community Manager, Emmanuel Christian Centre