Whether you are looking to hire a function room with its own modern, well equipped kitchen facilities, or
for details of forthcoming activities and services available, you will find a wealth of information on what
the New Brighton Community Centre has on offer here on our new website. We are a friendly community centre
the heart of New Brighton, that provides a wide range of services and activities for our local community and
here you can find out what they are.
See what is going on, and find out how you can get involved. Get all the latest news, and find out the many ways to contact us for more details. We hope you enjoy our website and find everything you're looking for. If not, please contact us using the details on this page to get in touch.
Thanks, the team at New Brighton Community Centre.
It's all systems go at New Brighton Community Centre who are offering a packed programme of activities and
services for local people to take advantage of.
Chair Tony Jones said, the centre has been at the heart of the community providing services for generations of residents since it first opened its doors here in 1981.
We are currently have a range of activities and support ranging from the Thursday job club, Karate, our ever popular Art Classes every Wednesday morning 10am - 12.30 and afternoon 1pm - 3.30pm accent on enjoyment rather than talent. Tuition at all levels. Phone the tutor Fred on: 07963 560951 for more details (See photos below)
We also have our regular luncheon clubs which includes deliveries to those less mobile members of the community. It takes place every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 12 noon, serving meals at 12.30. We serve a variety of home cooked meals, please let us know in advance if you are coming and wish to have a meal by ringing Elaine or Vicki on: 07532 026279 or 07745 804279. Upcoming events include a special 'Queens Jubilee Afternoon Tea' (Watch this space or ring for details!!)
Picture shows the Chair Tony Jones helping to deliver food parcels to nearby Primrose Court and the busy centre activities, with music, karate, art classes and the lunch club.
The brilliant Folk music scene continues to be played every week on a Thursday. The time has stayed the same, 1pm until 3pm, and you can start arriving from 12:45 onwards. It's a £2 charge per person, per session (cash only) which goes to the centre for the use of the room, all participants will be asked to provide contact details, use hand sanitizer as necessary, and respect other people's social distance. The format stays the same and of course the great music and fun!!! Hopefully see you there
Picture shows Art Class tutor Fred at a busy class and the Reach out job club helping local residents find work in the computer suite at the centre
The job club service offers free, confidential advice & guidance to support you back into employment. We work with a range of specialised partner agencies, such as Wirral Change, to help support you to overcome a range of barriers that are preventing you from going to work. Reach Out provides you with a personalised Job Coach who will offer you one-to-one planning sessions, help with writing or amending your CV, online job searching, support with job applications, practicing interview techniques and help with building your confidence to help with the transition of actually starting your new job.
The Centre also hosts regular community groups who use the centre to discuss and campaign on their issues, these include: The Friends of the Gorse - https://www.thegorse.co.uk/
New Brighton Brick planters Group
Victoria Road Residents
The New Brighton Community Centre which has been recently refurbished had the pleasure of a civic visit to officially reopen the building, the Mayor and Mayoress took time out from their busy schedule to visit and look around the building. Committee members were on hand to greet them. Tony Jones the Chair of Trustees said: “It was a landmark day for the centre and we are grateful to our Mayor and Mayoress being able to attend, be it socially distanced. The Centre has been serving the community of New Brighton since 1981 and recently had an extensive revamp and is looking forward to welcoming back residents old and new to enjoy the many activities and services on offer”, including:
The centre has received praise from local resident's in the media for the work it has carried out over the last year. A write up in the Wirral Globe (See link above) has highlighted how the delivery of regular meals and a support package 4 days a week has helped residents well being and improved their quality of life during the worst of the pandemic when a lot of our elderly residents were isolating and could not get out. Our work was particularly benefical for those residents who lived on their own, our meals, doorstep chats and telephone support really helped them get through this challenging and unprecedented period.
New Brighton Community Centre Chair Tony Jones is appealing for local residents to back the Community
He said, "The Community centre is an established venue that has been used by the local community since 1981,
generations of residents and families have used the centre over the years for recreation, support and
It's always available for use by the general public for meeting, socialising, exercising and learning. It is
charity, run by our voluntary committee of trustees, made up of local residents, who give up their time
to help the centre continue its support to the local community".
Tony Jones continued by stating that; "if you are organising a meeting of some kind, or an event, use the community centre and pay for it. That way you're helping to keep it going. You could also arrange a fundraiser to bring funds directly into the coffers of the community centre".
A makeover has taken place in the main activity room, which includes murals and landscapes of New Brighton & Liverpool landmarks, painted by well known local artist Fred Biddulph, with the paint sponsored by AJ Howell DIY of Rake Lane, Wallasey. A new website has also been set up detailing all that's best about the centre, including an archive section stretching back to 1981, maybe you recognise yourself?
New Brighton Community Centre needs your help to stay open. Please help us to help you by donating.
New Brighton Community Centre has been providing services to the local community since 1981, and you might have been helped and supported over that time. For instance, you might have gone to the youth club back in the 1980s and now have your own family and may wish to contribute. No matter how big or small, just £2 from each resident can make all the difference to enable it to continue for many years to come for the benefit of future generations. The centre has always existed to improve the quality of life for local people by offering excellent services which provide a range of educational, recreational, and social opportunities that meet the needs of the local community.
New Brighton Community Centre
1a Hope Street
Email at: NewBrightonOnline@gmail.com
Call on: 0151 630 2626
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