The Peel Centenary Centre
HISTORY OF THE CENTENARY CENTRE
The Peel Centenary Centre is the Island's only Arts and Community Centre run entirely by volunteers.
It's an excellent local venue for Theatrical Productions, Corporate Presentations, Lectures, Exhibitions, Discussion Groups and Workshops.
If you are interested in hiring the centre, [CLICK HERE]
Postal Address: Peel Centenary Centre, Athol Street, Peel, Isle of Man, IM5 1HQ
How to find us: [Click here for a Map]
Parking on the street outside, or in the public carpark which is a short distance away.
Disabled access via a ramp at the front of the building.
The Friends of the Centenary Centre would like to thank Dickie Kelly and Friends very much for their wonderful effort raising £1500 for the refurbishment of the toilets. We are all very grateful!!!!!!!!!
We always need volunteers!
If you would like to help at the centre, contact any of the Directors below
List of Directors:
Trev Bougourd (promoter)
Mark Cain. (Sound)
Ron Cooper. (Bar)
Steve Coren. (Legal)
Jimmy Kneen. ( Building)
David Mclean (General/Phone 845146/411862)
Mike O'Neill. (Lighting/Stage Management).
Learn a bit more about the History of the Centenary Centre
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