Welcome to Alford House
Please accept our kind wishes during this difficult time.
Alford House is open. A number of changes have been made within the building so as to comply with advice for social distancing and to keep you all as safe as possible. The Club will continually review what we can do to continue to support members and the community. See our What’s On Page for current activity.
If you have been receiving support from Safia and Patrick and want to talk to either of them you can contact them by calling the Club or by emailing either of them, leaving your name and a contact telephone number. They will be in touch with you as soon as possible. Kathryn is running some virtual online activities during the week and if you would like to know what they are and when they are running please contact her on the email below.
It is likely that you have supplied us with your contact information and understand that we may use that information to provide our services to you as part of our agreement with you to do so.
If you have not already given us your contact information, or if that information has changed, when you email your name and telephone number to Staff, you expressly consent to either Patrick or Safia contacting you on that telephone number, and to storing your contact information for no longer than is necessary, so they can provide you with the remote support you request.
Alford House endeavours to protect your personal data and to comply with its obligations under applicable data protection legislation. More information is available by clicking on the link to our Data Protection Statement, below. Please note that this notice updates the information in the Statement.
Alford House is open to young people aged 8-21 and offers a variety of sports, games, creative and recreational activities in a safe and secure environment that is managed by our dedicated team of staff and volunteers.
Alford House offers a range of additional support to young people this includes providing information, advice, and guidance to support young people to achieve their potential in education and help to prevent exclusion. Working with Brooks Clinic and also providing the Come Correct Scheme(CCard).
Alford House has provided rehearsal facilities to a wide range of theatre companies for over 40 years. We aim to provide you with the space you require and the assistance you need to make your rehearsal period as productive as you would like.
What We Try To Do
Alford House is open to all young people aged 8-21 and offers a variety of sports, games, creative and recreational activities in a safe and secure environment that is managed by our dedicated team of staff and volunteers.