Spaces + Places
Community centres and cafes, creative hubs and green spots – Learn more about where you can spend time in Seacroft.
Chapel Fm Arts Centre
Based in the well-loved, old Seacroft Chapel, Chapel FM Arts Centre hosts a jam-packed radio schedule, music, poetry, screenings, courses and classes. With fully equipped broadcasting studios, performance and event spaces all on site, it’s a great place to get creative.
Chapel FM Arts Centre is home to various resident groups and associations, Seacroft Friends and Neighbours programme and a welcoming cafe space to share ideas and a cuppa.
Denis Healey Centre
The Denis Healey Community Centre is an amazing, resident-led space run by Seacroft Community on Top. The building has a community gym and garage, as well as countless sessions throughout the week for children and families of all ages run by SCOT and other local organisations and groups.
Whether you want to get active, meet new people, find support or start your own thing, it’s all here.
Kentmere Community Centre
With something for all ages, Kentmere Community Centre hosts a busy programme of groups, sessions and events, with spaces you can book for your own occasions too!
Working with partners like LS14 Trust and Brave Words Theatre to offers drama and youth activities, the building is also home to lots of organisations who do great work across Seacroft, including Fall into Place, Seacroft Friends and Neighbours, Seacroft Select Boxing Club and and Seacroft Manston Cluster.
LS14 Trust Pantry and Cafe
The Pantry and Cafe is an open and welcoming space, run by LS14 Trust. The cafe is the perfect spot to catch up with a friend, enjoy a slice of cake and learn more about how to get involved in Seacroft. And Pantry members can pick up cupboard and freezer essentials as well as fresh produce.
The cafe also plays host to lots of resident groups, including Climate Action Seacroft gatherings, craft groups and lots more!
Putting heart and soul into Seacroft since the estate was built, Seacroft Parish is a busy team of growing Church of England churches, here to serve everyone in the community. There’s St. Richard’s and St. James’ and St Paul’s.
There’s loads of activities going on all week for all ages and backgrounds, from the Foodbank to youth clubs, cafes to self help groups, and room hire to toddler groups. Our Sunday church services welcome everyone.
We’re lucky to have some amazing outdoor spaces across Seacroft.
Climate Action Seacroft have cultivated the Forest Garden, with opportunities to plant, grow and harvest. The community allotment is a growing hub for community gatherings and pizza-eating!
There’s loads going on in Rein Park and Seacroft Gardens, from sports to cycling and skating, and our Playbox which offers activities that spark imagination and conversation.