Named after prominent Huddersfield suffragette, Edith Key, the centre is located next door to Huddersfield Bus Staion, and only a few minutes from the train station – The Edith Key Centre has a great location for a meeting or seminar.
Office Space and Meeting Rooms
Edith Key Centre has small & large meeting rooms available with FREE WIFI, suitable for interviews, training, events, parties and conferences. Refreshments and lunch platters are available, suitable for any budget or dietary requirements and equipment can also be provided for your event.
We also have office spaces available in our easy access building, with FREE WIFI, internal phone line & post tray. Edith Key Centre is conveniently located very close to the bus and train stations.
We offer very competitive prices – all our rooms are available for both short and long term use, with prices starting from as little as £20 for a half day. Please get in touch to discuss your requirements on 01484 519988 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Edith Key Centre is currently home to the following charities:
Carers Count is a service for any adult in Kirklees who gives or has given unpaid time to look after an adult who cannot manage on their own. It offers advice and information and gives carers a voice, raising awareness of their rights and issues.
Kirklees Visually Impaired Network is run and managed by visually impaired people and promotes equal access to services, educational and social opportunities for visually impaired people by providing training and support on a wide range of technologies that can boost independence and improve quality of life.
Volunteering Kirklees is an independent charity working to develop a thriving community of volunteers and volunteer-involving organisations in Kirklees.
The Dominic Rogers Trust aims to protect lives by promoting high standards of gas safety and raising awareness of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Better Futures for the Blind is a local charity seeking to raise awareness and develop services for blind people. They provide activities and events for blind and partially-sighted people weekly or monthly throughout the year, to help overcome social isolation and bring people together and to deal with and overcome the potential problems associated with disability.
Pass It On
Our Pass It On Fashion showroom next door to Edith Key Centre is more than just a charity shop. All proceeds from Pass It On go to funding projects and services for children, families, young adults and elderly at Yorkshire Children’s Centre.
Edith Key Centre
8 Upperhead Row