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John Peel Centre for Creative Arts

 

The John Peel Centre for Creative Arts is a non-profit, community-centric, organisation. Ethical, ecological, and community-owned, our reason for existing is to improve the Arts-based facilities available to our community and provide a lasting tribute to the life and work of John Peel.

 

Please see our website for further details.

 

Who to contact

Name
Matthew Abercrombie
Position
General Mangaer
Telephone
01449 774678
Email
info@johnpeelcentre.com
Website
http://johnpeelcentre.com
Social Media
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Additional contact

Name
Tom Baker
Position
Chairman

Where to go

Address
Church Walk
Stowmarket
Suffolk
Postcode
IP14 1ET
Area served
Stowmarket
Venue Website
http://www.johnpeelcentre.com
Parking available
No
Parking details
Parking subject to local parking regulations - single yellow. Loading bays are available. Disabled parking bang outside.
Transport
On a public transport route
Notes

From the market square in Stowmarket head towards the Buttermarket, the alley way that runs alongside the TSB Bank.  Walk through the Buttermarket towards the church, the Church of St Peter & St Mary.  Turn right onto Church Walk, the Centre is located about 50 yards along on the right hand side.

From Stowmarket railway station.  Exit the station through the main station entrance on platform 1, head towards Station Road.  Head towards the traffic lights, you will see the church spire of St Peter & St Mary ahead of you.  Cross at the traffic lights and turn left into Church Walk.  Follow Church Walk past the Library on (your left), the Centre is straight in front of you.

Days & Times

Box office generally 10am to 2 pm Monday-Friday. Activities as required.
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon

Other details

Cost Details
Please contact us for more details.
Referral required?
No
Age Groups
Adults, Young people
Accessibility
Disabled Parking, Wheelchair Access, Adapted Toilet
Last Updated
04/01/2016

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