Brickhill Community Centre
The Brickhill Community Centre is managed by the Brickhill Community Association, a charity. The aims of Brickhill Community Association are, in addition to running the Centre on a day-to-day basis:-
- Arrange an annual Christmas Entertainment for senior citizens in Brickhill, with a professional entertainer and refreshments (established in 2011).
- Pay for a fairground ride for young children at the ‘Gathering on the Green’ event organised by Brickhill Parish Council.
Membership of Brickhill Community Association is open to all local residents. If interested in joining please contact the Chairman (details below).
The current officers of the Association are:-
- Chairman: Stuart Green
- Treasurer: Ray Seymour
Brickhill Community Association is a Registered Charity No 1062763
The Community Centre is used by many regular hirers. (view detailed Timetable of current, regular bookings). If you are looking for a room or hall to hire, whether it is a one-off or more frequently, please contact:-
The Community Centre Manager, Sue Stewart on Bedford (01234) 312 332 or
The Community Centre office opening hours:-
Tuesdays and Fridays, 10am-4pm.
Messages can be left on the answer phone and your call will be returned.
The Community Centre is located in Avon Drive, Brickhill, close to the local shopping parade. The Centre consists of two halls – one large and a smaller hall on the first floor. Both halls have associated facilities for making drinks and snacks and for washing up.
All parts of the Community Centre can be accessed by physically disabled people as there is a lift to the first floor.
There are gents and ladies toilets on both the ground and first floors; there is also a disabled toilet on the ground floor. There is also a small meeting room on the ground floor, with doors that lead to a paved outdoor area.
A modern looking building offering extensive facilities to the local community. Numerous activities take place here on a daily basis. The car park has space for 20 vehicles, with additional parking space available at the nearby Avon Drive shopping parade and along Avon Drive.
The Main Hall
A well-lit hall on the ground floor, with a high ceiling and good quality floor. Easy access for disabled people.
There are ladies, gents and disabled toilets located along the corridor outside the hall.
A kitchen area is connected to the main hall by a counter with a roll-down shutter.
The Upstairs Hall
Excellent natural lighting and a sprung floor make this popular for all forms of dance. Also used for martial arts, yoga, bridge and chess.
Access to the hall is by stairs, but there is also a lift.
There are ladies and gents toilets located directly outside the hall, on the landing. These have recently been refurbished to a high standard.
The Meeting Room
Situated on the ground floor, this small meeting room can accommodate meetings for up to 12 people (if sat around a central block of tables) or up to 30 people (if chairs are arranged in rows).
There is a door leading to the outside patio.
Suitable for small groups, committee meetings, training sessions and the like.
Telephone (01234) 312 332