Four months after reopening its doors for business after the completion of the latest stage of its refurbishment and makeover, Wrecclesham Community Centre is buzzing.

The latest phase of improvements has included new curtains and further decoration.

A varied programme packed full with classes and activities is now on offer to the local community. There are opportunities for people returning to work to brush up on their IT skills as well as IT classes aimed at people aged over 50. For those who like to be a little more active, Farnham dance offers ballet and tap classes plus there is yoga and gentle exercise sessions.

Surestart provides support for families, and young people are occupied by the weekly youth club. The Centre is a great focal point for social activities offering coffee drop ins and serving as the headquarters for the Farnham and District Model Railway Club.

Farnham Citizens Advice Bureau and Grace Baptist Church also make good use of the facilities. For the first time since completion of the refurbishment, Surrey County Council recently held its Local Committee at the Centre.

Chairman Christopher Ellis says: “We are delighted with the new-look Centre which is attracting a lot of interest and is now offering a wide range of activities for the benefit of the local community. We recently held our first wedding reception and look forward to being the venue of choice for many more couples.”

The Centre, in Greenfield Road, Wrecclesham has a large hall, a well-equipped kitchen, a smaller committee room and office. It can be hired by organisations or private individuals for a very competitive price.

Further information about the classes and activities on offer can be found at Wrecclesham Community Centre’s website or contact Christopher Ellis on 01252 714480 or bookings secretary Sue Weston on 01252 726779.

 

 

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