In line with the Government guidelines I can now report that we are looking to welcome back everybody and reopen the Community Centre week beginning Monday 21st June. In addition to the work below we are also getting the front and back repainted including the metal work fencing and shutters with new signage reflecting our current activities and an additional mural on the back wall. We are also renaming the newly refurbished main room, 'The Beryl Lloyd Lounge', in honour of our former Chair one of the main stalwarts and founders of the centre. Please see: our history page
Whether you are looking to hire a function room with its own modern, well equipped kitchen facilities, or
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 in
heart of New Brighton, that provides a wide range of services and activities for our local community and
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.
Message from our Chair Tony Jones:
"Centre starts Lunch Club Deliveries"
Hello Folks. On behalf of everyone at the centre can I wish you all the best and hope that you are staying well during these trying times.
The trustees and staff, after consultation with our regular lunch club members have decided to offer our users a 4-day (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday) lunch delivery service from Tuesday the 2nd of June 2020 until further notice. This will consist of three courses, a free raffle, and a regular newsletter (To keep you up to date with the latest local news) and delivery free for £5 per person per day. Food will be specially wrapped to observe food hygiene requirements. We will also interact with our users including online quizzes and weekly phone calls.
All social distancing measures will be observed to ensure your safety and wellbeing, so you have nothing to worry about!!
This service is expected to be popular so please contact Elaine on 07532 026 279 or Vicki on 07745 804 279 to book your place and discuss payment to have your delicious meals delivered to your doorstep.
Chair of Trustees
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?
The Community Centre hosted a recent Environment Action Day around the streets of New Brighton with
receiving a leaflet telling them that they could use a number of skips to get rid of their rubbish.
Around 40 partners also went around the streets on a mass litter pick, the picture shows the Police and Cathy Roberts from the Literally bookshop outside the centre about to go off on a walkaround to help clean the streets.
We would particularly like to thank Michelle Gray the Wallasey Constituency Engagement Officer at Wirral Council for organising the event and bringing so many partners together for a very successful day that brought so much benefit to the local community.
Photographs show Pat Hackett the New Brighton Community Centre Manager promoting and presenting Smart Meter
information to partners, including Merseyside Police, Involve North West, Wirral Council Community Patrol
The partners were calling around the area knocking on doors informing people of general information available including delivering leaflets explaining the benefits of smart meters.
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.
"We recently were delighted to receive a grant from the National Lottery to enable us to continue our
of delivering 3 course meals 4 days a week to lonely isolated elderly people in New Brighton.
It has been a terrific success targeting help and support to those most in need during the pandemic.
We do this by talking to our residents regularly on the telephone, including signposting them to appropriate support agencies, helping them by keeping an eye on them with extra shopping, appointments and medicines. We also provide quizzes/puzzles, birthday celebrations with a present, and the first to name the old photographs on our regular newsletters, with a prize for the winner. Our project is completely open to all elderly and vulnerable in New Brighton."
Tony Jones - Chair
Thank you to the government and The National Lottery Community Fund for making this possible.
New Brighton Community Centre
1a Hope Street
Email at: NewBrightonOnline@gmail.com
Call on: 0151 630 2626
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