Community Central Hall was established over 40 years ago as a community trust providing facilities and services to the local community. As a local charity, CCH is responsible for the operation of the 22,000 square feet building on Maryhill Road and a range of services covering babies to older people. We pride ourselves in the diversity of services we offer.
Community Central Hall was established in 1976 following a local community campaign to secure the continued use of the Methodist Central Hall. In 1977 Strathclyde Regional Council bought the building for community use and handed over day to day management to a community development trust, Community Central Hall.
Over the past 40 years CCH has evolved from providing community space for local organizations to providing a range of diverse vital community services. This includes pre-school nursery provision; after and out of school care; youth work; home care for older people; café and catering.
CCH is regulated by several key agencies-: the Care Commission; OSCR (Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator); SSSC (Scottish Social Services Council); and their respective codes and guidelines.
Vision / Mission
CCH has a long-held vision of being at the heart of the community, providing a cradle to grave range of services and activities. This is articulated in a mission statement which states:
“Community Central Hall strives to be at the heart of the community by delivering diverse services to enrich people’s lives”.