COVID-19 Closure

Woodhouse Community Centre is still closed to the public for the time being to protect public health.

You may wish to join our mailing list to be kept up to date with our response to this unprecendented situation.

 

We are looking at solutions to open for the purposes most needed by our community, but we aren't open to the general public, and have quite a bit of work to do until we can do this safely.

 

We estimate we will be open for some kinds of bookings from September, and will be working on IT suite opening after that.

We are available for questions via email and phone during office hours - info@oblong.org.uk / 0113 2459610

Main Oblong office will not be occupied.

 

If you are in need of support while shielding or self-isolating, you can call 0113 378 1877 (LCC city-wide helpline [additional information]) or 0113 8980034 (Woodhouse Mutual Aid group)

 

Trustee

 

Role Title: Trustee 

 

Time commitment: 5 hours a month

 

Role description: Would you like to use your skills and experience effectively to help us learn, grow and develop. We can offer the right people the chance to improve their leadership skills, career prospects, develop new skills and really make a difference in our community. We have specialist places available on our team.

 

Main tasks:

General Trustee -

To ensure that charity operates within its aims and objectives. To assist in the development of the strategic direction of the charity. To provide support and guidance to staff.

To collectively lead and develop the strategic direction of our unique, small charity to expand our Community Centre, Mental Wellbeing services and work with Disadvantaged Adults.  To provide pastoral support and expert guidance to staff, and specifically the Finance Worker. To ensure that charity operates effectively within its aims and objectives. 

Benefits from this role/Support given: Trustees are given a induction in to the role, training and access to networks

 

Interested? Then please call or email 

Alex Russell

0113245 9610

alex@oblong.org.uk