The Mead centre is for everyone!
People who use the Mead come from all walks of life and from a wide variety of backgrounds and all are welcomed, included, and celebrated.
Whoever you are, we hope you will find a welcoming community at the Mead Centre.
We do not allow discrimination against anyone because of ethnicity, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, how much they have in their bank account, differences in ability, languages spoken or which football team they support (Come on Swans!!).
The Mead Centre is committed to cultivating and preserving a culture of inclusion and community. We are better together. We can learn from each other’s individual differences, life experiences, knowledge, ideas, self-expression, and talents – that’s how community flourishes.
All users are asked to show respect to all others using the Centre at all times.
All hirers, volunteers and Mead Centre event attendees are required to assist us in meeting our commitments, to ensure equality, diversity and inclusion and avoid unlawful discrimination.
We consider acts of discrimination, harassment, bullying or victimisation as unacceptable behaviour and hirers supporting this behaviour will result in the hall not being available for hire to those persons in the future.