The Centre has now had to close again, hopefully only until the beginning of December 2020.
The Government has released no specific details for Community Centres, but we are monitoring the situation daily and will communicate any updates to our groups as soon as possible if things do change...
Our Centre & Finance Manager is never too busy to deal with your needs. She get things done... Pop in and have a chat...
Technically Angela is responsible for all room bookings and invoicing so she will be your first point of contact when hiring a room or dealing with payments.
Angela would love to hear from you if you think your group or club would like to be included in the diverse range of activities already hosted by the Centre, or something new and different for our community.
Alway a happy-ideas-type-of-person to give help and advice on start-up incentives plus support with advertising.
As always, your Community Centre has opportunities if you would like to be part of the action on a voluntary basis. We can always accommodate people with office skills; maintenance capabilities; gardening experience; or to train in bar work. The possibilities are endless!
So, if you have a day or even just a few hours to spare on a regular basis, think of volunteering at your Community Centre and come and make a real difference!
Supported by Havant Borough Council, it takes responsibility for the maintenance of the building fabric and grounds and is always available to give advice on the legal aspects of our existence. An appointed councillor sits on the board, adding value to the way we do things.
The new Sainsbury’s at Waterlooville has donated funds and materials to the Centre. These donations, coupled with those from Waitrose and ASDA, has made a significant difference to the services and facilities we offer to our local residents.
Waterlooville Community Centre has a team of dedicated, hardworking individuals who give their time and resources freely.
The board is made up of Trustees and representatives from several of the Sponsored Groups who have a vested interest in the way its Centre is run. The board meet monthly to evaluate and promote the Centre; manages its resources; and to uphold its core values.
We would welcome newcomers to the board, particularly those with strengths and experience that can make a real contribution to how things are run or to enhance the future performance of the Centre, thus ensuring a legacy for all in the years to come.