Churton Park Community Centre
The centre was purpose built in 2013 in response to demand from the Churton Park community, and has been enthusiastically embraced ever since.
The large meeting room space is available for conferences, meetings, classes and activities. The small meeting room is available for up to 14 people, and there is a boardroom-style table with 14 chairs.
75 Lakewood Avenue, Churton Park
Monday – Friday: 10am – 2pm
Centre access for events and/or programmes:
7am – 12 midnight
No DJs or live bands after 10pm.
The centre is regularly used by many community groups, including fitness and wellbeing classes, playgroups, interest and leisure groups. Find out more on the Churton Park Community Centre Facebook page.
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A mobility car park is available right outside the building, and general parking is available in the Churton Park Village.
The facility is fully accessible, with an accessible toilet, which will be available during opening hours. There is also an external accessible toilet on the southern side of the building.
The centre includes a large meeting room suitable for physical activity-based classes, conferences and meetings. The large meeting room seats 80 for meetings or conferences, with 80 chairs and 14 trestle tables. The capacity for physical activities is 40.
The small meeting room is available to be booked for small meetings or gatherings. The capacity of this room for meetings is up to 14 people, and there is a boardroom-style table with 14 chairs.
Kitchen: Fridge, oven, microwave, dishwasher, some crockery and cutlery, hot water Zip.
Equipment: Whiteboard, data projector, sound system.
Bookings and charges
To make a booking, contact:
Churton Park Community Centre Coordinator
Standard charges, plus terms and conditions apply: