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Who are our community centres for?

The Community Centres are open and available to everyone – whether you are a Community Association who wish to hold a meeting or local parents wanting to hold a birthday party or someone looking for a new activity to take part in.

What can you do in the community centres?

The community centres offer flexible community space for a range of activities such as: children’s birthday parties, christenings, exercise classes, space for personal training and affordable meeting rooms for statutory and community organisations. So if you are looking to hold your Annual General Meeting, hold a Community Conference, a first birthday party, regular lunch club/coffee morning or other social activity, then we have the space for you.

Some of the centres will have outside play facilities, multi-use games areas or an all-weather pitch complete with shower and team changing facilities.

How to book a community centre

There are 17 council-managed Community Centres in total, varying in size across the borough that are available to book. All can be booked centrally, by contacting the Community Centre Admin Team at or on 01925 818017.

How much does is cost to book a community centre?

The price varies in accordance with room size and function. Further information can be requested at time of booking.

Dementia friendly centres

All our community centres are dementia friendly and we encourage people with dementia to take part in everyday activities, for as long as they are able, by enabling them to find their way around in a safe environment.

The community centre team

Our community centre team work centrally from Fearnhead Cross Community and Youth Centre and are always on hand to answer any questions or signpost you to different services offered within the council or by other partners.

Email or call 01925 818017 for more information.