Lowedges Community Centre

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The Lowedges Community Centre was created through LBJ Forum taking on the former Greenhill/Bradway Youth Centre.
In 2013 the LBJ Forum made the decision to prioritise our time and resources to adapt and make use of the under-used building. With the help of partners and grants from Community First and Sheffield City Council, we were able to improve the building through cleaning, decoration, building new internal walls and installing an improved heating system.

With an improved building that is suitable for all, we launched and reopened The Lowedges Community Centre on 12th May 2013.

Now the centre hosts a number of groups and activities for local people from children to older adults. These groups are run by local people and are open to anyone.


The Trustees were joined by the Lord Mayor, Local MP Lousie Haigh and Councillor Richard Shaw to re-launch the refurbished Lowedges Community Centre in April 2017.

Thanks to our success Sheffield City Council choose us in 2017 to undergo a full refurbishment, including the creation of three additional rooms, a new male toilet downstairs enabling us to create gender-neutral toilets upstairs, an upstairs Kitchenette enabling groups to be self-contained and multiple uses, and new daylight lighting that creates a more bright and welcoming atmosphere. As well as being fully re-decorated, new heating, lower warmer ceilings, modern emergency lighting and fire alarm, new flooring and replaced all the old toilets and hand basins.


The Lowedges Community Centre is also a delivery base for Sheffield City Council’s Valey Park Family Centre and in used to host a number of adult learning courses provided by Reach South Sheffield. Please see Valley Park Family Centre and Reach South Sheffield for more details.


A Centre for the Community

The Lowedges Community Centre has become a modern Community Centre that’s inclusive and welcoming for all. It has accessible toilets suitable for all genders, accessible entrance and emergency exit, a lift to enable all users to access the whole building and has a team-leading it that are dedicated to the community.

Current Community Led Activities

The Centre hosts a number of groups and activities each week and we promise to update this page soon, but it includes a Community Launderette, Community Cafe, Little Tykes Toddler Group, Munchy Brunch Family Activity, Family Play & Tea with MASKK and Food Cycle, Social Nights, Free access to computers and wifi, Little Pickers and much more coming soon.
Follow the Lowedges Community Centre on Facebook for the latest announcements of groups and activities:  https://www.facebook.com/LowedgesCC/



Refreshments are included in all our charges for private bookings and can be added for a small charge to other bookings too.

The Community Centre can be hired by the community for a variety of purposes, new groups, meetings, conferences, family events or activities, email us for more information info@lbjforum.co.uk.
Please be aware the building is owned by Sheffield City Council and we are required to follow their bookings policy and procedures.


Community Groups and Charities can hire the building from only £8 per hour for a small meeting room, up to £21 per hour for the large hall. Additional charges may apply for out of hours bookings.
Local Bussinesses are also welcome to book the centre to meeting with clients or even hot desk space (includng wifi), talk to us for more information.
Our prices for private bookings start from £50 for a 2-hour party, plus time to set up and pack up, and includes free jugs of juice and free tea and coffee for all your guests.