Located in the centre of Newport-on-Tay, the Rio Community Centre is a two storey former cinema dating from the 1930s.
For our latest programme of activities, please download our What's On Guide from the Publications section. These guides are issued three times a year.
Want to know what our upcoming events events are? Just see the News and Events section
Our computer classes in the Rio Learning Centre are run in partnership with Elmwood College. Please contact the College direct for the latest details or to book a place.
The Community Centre has several rooms available to let. From a large hall with stage and kitchen facilities; a Learning Centre; a meeting room; an interview room; to a multi-roomed upstairs suite with another kitchen; we're sure to have something to suit you!
To make a booking please drop into the Centre or give us a call.
Governance & Goals
We are a registered charity established to support the inhabitants of Newport-on-Tay and the local area through community education and the provision of recreation and leisure facilities. Particular emphasis is placed on youth work and many youth clubs are run at the Centre.
The Rio Community Centre is a voluntary organisation governed by its members who elect a twelve person Management Committee at the Annual General Meeting each year. There are five trustees that hold the Rio property in trust. For more details please ask to see our Constitution available in the Office.
Though neither Council-owned nor run, we do work in partnership with Fife Council in the provision of our goals. Our work is funded through donations, our own fundraising, grants from independent bodies and a grant from Fife Council.
Rio Community Centre, St Mary's Lane, Newport-on-Tay
Date: The Community Centre is normally open:
Monday 9.00 - 3.30pm
Tuesday 9.00 - 4.00pm
Wednesday 9.00 - 4.00pm
Thursday 9.00 - 4.00pm
Friday 9.00 - 2.00pm
A Receptionist is available:
Monday-Friday 9.00 - 12.00pm
By listing this group on FifeDirect, Fife Council and FifeDirect in no way endorse or
approve this group. Before you (or your child) joins any group you should ensure you
are satisfied with the group's credentials. Details on what checks you should make
can be read on the Scottish Executive Checklist for Parents.