About the St Thomas Centre

ArchBishop of Cantebury

Built in 2011 and opened by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the St Thomas’ Centre was funded by one million pounds of donations from the 270 members of St Thomas’ Church congregation.

The vision of this building is to serve the Brampton community by offering excellent services at reasonable rates, providing rooms for community use, hosting groups which support local people and organising events which bring the community together in a positive way.

The building was built using quarry waste stone and has many other ECO credentials including grass roof, rainwater harvesting system, air source heat pump and many other environmentally friendly features which help to improve the local environment.

In June 2013 we were proud to open our newly refurbished St Thomas’ Suite which is a self-contained unit with it’s own toilets and drinks area.

Many of the staff working in the Centre are volunteers and members of our Church.  We pride ourselves on the daily praise we receive for the warm reception and friendly atmosphere we have become known for.

You can find out more about our Church at www.st-thomas-brampton.org