The team at theKenilworthCentre are dedicated to supporting the Kenilworth Community.
Our mission is to be a community hub for the whole town by providing an affordable and quality venue for local clubs and groups, offering support and safe place to meet for the town’s young people and not forgetting being the host to Radio Abbey, Kenilworth’s Own Radio Station.
We’re sure you have some questions about what we do and below we’ve tried to answer some of the most popular ones, but if you still have something to ask, don’t hesitate to get in touch. We look forward to hearing from you!
Meet the Team:
Holly Hewitt – Centre Manager
Louise Male – Administrator
Michaela Anderson – Finance
Sam Metcalfe – Mentoring and Youth Club Lead
Katie Lane, Anthea Kinsey and Munjit Rai – Youth Workers
John Whitehouse – Chairman of Trustees
Richard Dickson – Secretary
Joe Carter – Treasurer
Rebekah Leadley – Trustee
Mandy Brougham – Trustee
Lucy Kenyon – Trustee
Jim Price – Trustee
David Littleford – Trustee
Frequently Asked Questions
Who are theKenilworthCentre?
We are a charity and run as an independent community-based organisation.
Who supports us?
We are grateful of the support of many local organisatons, including Kenilworth Community Forum, Kenilworth Churches, Kenilworth Round Table, Kenilworth Lions, Kenilworth Rotary, Kenilworth Runners.
What do we do?
We run and manage the Centre as a hub for community activities in Kenilworth, including the direct provision of things to do for young people such as junior club, senior club, Saturday cinema and holiday activities.
What are we are planning to achieve?
The Centre is used 7 days a week throughout the year, in response to the identified needs of all sections of the local community. We are working to achieve long-term financial sustainability as a charitable company serving the people of Kenilworth.
Now, the most important question of all – How can YOU and/or YOUR ORGANISATION help?
We are always looking for people with a passion for Kenilworth and its community to help us, no matter how small the amount of time you can spare. Maybe you are looking at returning into the world of work or develop new skills? What to do now!
If you are interested in volunteering, please click here and complete a short form.
If you are not in a position to spare any time at the moment, then why not sign up for our newsletter and keep up to date with news and events from theKenilworthCentre and Radio Abbey?
There’s usually one of us in the office, so next time you’re passing why not call in for a chat or call 01926 855205 and follow us on twitter @theKenCentre.