Charlbury Community Centre consists of a large sports hall, the town’s public library, a community room (called the Thomas Gifford Room in honour of the man who first set up the charity which owns and runs the centre) and a community café. More information about all of these facilities can be found by clicking on the quick links on the left of this page.
There is free WiFi throughout the building, PCs and a photocopier can be used in the library during its opening hours.
Lockers are available to store your valuables and the building caters for disabled people including wheelchair accessible shower and toilet facilities. Group shower and changing facilities are available in the adjoining pavilion. They need to be booked in advance and incur a small extra charge to cover water heating and cleaning.
The Community Centre adjoins Nine Acres playing field, which has outdoor sporting facilities such as football and rugby pitches, outdoor tennis courts (which can be booked through this website) and a children’s play area.
Please use the quick links to find out more about each room or area and the activities available there.
Don’t take our word for it – this is from a very happy mum:
“Thank you all so much for Ted’s birthday party, the Community Centre is a great location for this kind of event. Jason did a great job of keeping 30 seven-year olds organised playing football. They all had a brilliant time and we’re so lucky to have this facility in Charlbury!”
Terms and conditions for hire can be found here.Thomas Gifford Room Café Library Charges Sports Hall
Come on down and do-si-so at Jason's popular Line Dancing class! Beginner's class is every Friday from 11-1, or come along and join the regulars on Tuesdays at 12. You can do one hour (£6) or two (£10) and you go at your own pace. Most importantly, it's a lot of fun - the Sports Hall is full of great country tunes and laughter during every class. No need to book ahead, just pop in and check it out.
Please join us on a Monday afternoon 2-4pm for a game or two of Scrabble. It's very informal and all abilities are welcome. Supported by West Oxfordshire District Council.
Please click here to see how to support us by volunteering or donating.