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The Fuse

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Warburton Lane
M31 4BU

Tel: 0161 850 0369
Email:  info@thefuse.co

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The Fuse is a mulit-million pound state of the art facility for use by residents in Partington and Trafford. Opened in 2011, the centre boasts a modern theatre, a radio studio, a recording studio, a large IT suite, sports facilities, a dance studio, meeting rooms and a young person's 'chill out' zone. All of the facilities in the Fuse are available for private hire or for use by local community groups and is open throughout the week for various community activities. In 2014 The Fuse was taken over by as National Charity Redeeming Our Communities (ROC) Headquarters. As well as a base for the charity, ROC have run the centre to date as a flagship community base for other ROC projects across the country.

Current activities

Adult Table Tennis Clue
Mondays 11am
All our welcome to this weekly club. Contact the Fuse for more information.
ROC Football
Mondays 7.30pm
For 14 - 18 year olds. Contact The Fuse for more information.
ROC Cafe
Tuesday 7.30pm
For High School age young people, this cafe is a great place to hang out, play some games and have fun.
Insanity Workout
Wednesday 8pm
Intense workout session
Food Bank
Thursdays 11am
Access to the Food Bank is through referal from a range of local service providers. Contat the Fuse for more information.
Free Film Friday
Friday 9.30am and 2.30pm
Each week a free film is shown in the Fuse Theatre. The 9.30am screening is suitable for parents with toddlers whilst the 2.30pm showing is for adults.
Junior Club
Monday 5.30pm
Junior Youth Club for 8 - 11 year olds
Cherished Moments day service
Monday to Friday
This service provides daily care for people who need a little extra help socially, practically and emotionally through practical help, activities and a range of meaningful therapies. The aim is to enable people to increase people's independance and quality of life whilst regaining and maintaining social skills; reducing the risk of hospitalisation.