Charlbury Community Centre is a not-for-profit organisation, which relies on income from renting out its space. In order to be open as long as possible and offer as many services as possible we rely on some volunteer work. If you can offer anything from manning the counter for a couple of hours a week to offering training sessions, helping with homework clubs, youth clubs, children’s activities etc we would be delighted to hear from you.
The library is also partly staffed by volunteers and extra people to go on this rota just once or twice a month, would be very welcome. Please contact Rosalind Scott if you may be able to help: Rosalind.email@example.com, or for further details follow the links on the library page.
In order to meet our running costs and to keep our prices as low as possible, we will also have to continue to do some fund-raising in the community. If you can help with this please contact us.
If you would like to donate directly to the Charlbury Community Centre, you can do so through Make-a-Donation. We are very grateful for any support however large or small.
Jason will be offering individual personailsed and tailored training sessions on Sunday afternoons and Tuesday mornings. Click here for prices and details. Why not buy one for a Father's Day or birthday gift? Vouchers are available from reception.
From 4th June we will be offering a Boot Camp on Nineacres field run by Jason. Are you tough enough? Mondays 6.30-7.30pm
The café in the Community Centre is a great place to meet and now has longer opening hours. It is partly staffed by volunteers and helps us to raise money for the upkeep of the centre. Do pay us a visit soon as see for yourself. More information and menus can be found here.
Four new sessions for under-5s from meetings for pregnant mums and parents with young babies through to Toddler Gym and Stay and Play sessions. Details can be found here.
The monthly quizzes are proving popular, with the first two selling out! The next ones are on Wed 27th June and 25th July at 8pm (doors open 7.30pm). A different quiz master will do each one. Price only £5 per player, drinks available to purchase from the café. More details here.
People of secondary school age can come and use the sports hall on Thursdays 5-6pm to play basketball or another sport of your choice. Staff will set it up and leave the game to you to organise. Only £1 per player.
The Wednesday evening volleyball session now runs from 8-10pm. Players of all levels as well as newcomers to the game are welcome. Click here for details.
After School Activity Clubs have extended the age range to all pupils aged 8 and above. They are now on Mon, Wed and Thurs 4-5pm. The cost is only £3 per session for an hour of sport in the main hall. Click here for more details.