St. Pauls Centre Spennymoor
Located in the heart of Spennymoor, County Durham, St. Pauls Centre offers a wide range of community-focused facilities and activities, including a café, function rooms available for hire and a full program of daily events for every age!
Our onsite Social Enterprise, The Whistling Teapot Café serves up great value, fresh food daily, as well as a great place to meet friends and catch up. If an afternoon coffee and a slice of delicious cake is more your thing, we’ve got you catered for there too!
The centre’s multiple rooms can cater for every type of function, and are often used during the week for ongoing events and a meeting space for local groups. If you’re planning your own event and looking for good value venue space why not give us a call and see how we can help?
Damascus Road Technical Services is the centre’s second Social Enterprise provide an in-house technical audio & visual expertise and even our own large screen cinema screen, St. Paul’s Centre can accommodate all your requirements. From wedding venue hire to birthday parties and halls for hire, we can help.
We’re proud to play our part in the community, and to provide a safe, secure space where people of all ages and background can meet to talk and support each other. We look forward to seeing you at the centre soon!
Closing for Christmas
The centre and cafe will be closed from Thursday 21st December into the New Year. The foodbank will continue to operate through the Christmas period.
For those feeling social isolation and families who are struggling, there will be a Christmas Day lunch at the centre. See here for more details.
Warm Space and Foodbank
The centre is now open as a Warm Space from 9am to 4pm weekdays. This will continue through the 2023-24 winter. When you arrive at the centre or cafe, just say “warm space”. Thank you.
The foodbank at St Pauls Centre is open Fridays from 10am-12noon.
Food donations can be left in the yellow bin in the entrance area to the centre during working hours, Monday – Friday. Donations whether large or small are gratefully received!
COVID-19 update from November 2022
We are following government guidelines to keep visitors to the centre safe. As some of our visitors are vulnerable, our hygiene levels haven’t changed on cleaning and hand washing. Hand sanitisers are still in operation and we encourage visitors to play their part in keeping the centre safe for everyone. Thank you.