Curzon (Clevedon) Community Centre for the Arts Ltd

Curzon (Clevedon) Community Centre for the Arts Ltd

Charity information

Curzon (Clevedon) Community Centre for the Arts Ltd

To preserve for the benefit of the public, the internationally significant Curzon Cinema building, Clevedon, which is believed to be one of the oldest purpose-built, continuously operated cinema in the world.

To promote and encourage interest, learning and enjoyment of the Arts (particularly through the medium of film) for the residents of Clevedon and the surrounding area.

Founded 1996

  • Mission statement

    • Creative - as a unique independent cinema we strive to be challenging and creative with our programme, offering the best of contemporary, art-house, classic and heritage film, complemented by ambitious and entertaining events.
    • Community-focused – we are proud to respond to and reflect our loyal, local community, offering collaborative and outreach opportunities. Our staff code of conduct states that we champion equality and diversity and are respectful to customers and co-workers.
    • Ethical & Sustainable – the Curzon Cinema pays the Voluntary Living Wage and strives to function as a sustainable, eco-conscious business.

  • Aims

    Curzon (Clevedon) Community Centre for the Arts Ltd aims to:

    • To promote the Arts to the community and surrounding area.
    • To provide facilities for recreation, leisure time and well-being without distinction of sex, political persuasion or religious creed.
    • To preserve for the benefit of the public, the Curzon Cinema and the collection of historic cinematographic artefacts belonging to the charity.
  • Overview

    Established: November 1996

    Registered Charity Number: 1058389

    Board members: 10

    Full time staff: 3

    Part time staff: 13

    Volunteers: 80

    Phone number: 01275879115

    Address: 46-48 Old Church Road BS21 6NN

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  • Curzon Roof Appeal

    Curzon Roof Appeal The Curzon’s roof is desperately in need of repair, costing £500,00... More