Is the Hub a leisure centre?
Not in the traditional sense. The facilities can be hired on a commercial (paying) basis but are also available to community groups and charities at discounted rates.
So Lambeth pay for all the facilities and activities?
No if only! The Trust has the lease to the land at a peppercorn rent but the Trust has to be self-funding, hence the need for commercial partners like Powerleague and the need to charge user groups for facility hire.
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The Trust is a not-for-profit organisation so any financial surplus is channelled back into the Hub either by improving facilities or offering ‘free to user’ community programmes.
Who are the main Partners of the Trust?
The Trust has commercial partners such as Powerleague, Nike, Barclays Bank and Berkeley Homes as well as Charity Partners such as Fight for Change, Magic Bus, StreetGames and the Football Foundation.
What Facilities does the Hub have?
A range of 4G and astro turf floodlit football pitches, an athletics track, high jump and long jump pits, netball courts, outdoor tennis courts, a fitness studio and gym, a boxing ring and two indoor basketball courts.
What activities are free?
A range of activities are offered on a ‘free to user’ basis to the local community across a variety of sports.
What age groups do you cater for?
The Hub is an inter generational site and offers activities from 8 years old to 80 years young.
How do I book Facilities?
For bookings in the Regal / Jordan Basketball court, The Space or the Boxing Studio please contact Lou@blackprincetrust.org.uk or call 0207 840 2904.
For bookings of any of the outdoor pitches or athletics facilities please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For use of the Gym facilities in the sports hall please contact email@example.com