Membership subscriptions now due
Membership costs just £5 a year and helps support the cost of operating the Centre. As well as supporting the Centre, members are entitled to reduced price tickets at events such as our film nights, and can vote at our AGM.
Our membership year runs to 31 March, and renewals are now due. This year for the first time you can renew membership online. We are encouraging online renewal as our reception area will still be closed to the public for some weeks due to building works. Thank you for your support.
Centre currently closed
Under current restrictions, although the Centre is allowed to be open, almost all our meetings are not permitted! There is therefore little point in being open. It does however allow us the opportunity to press on with the conversion of our former library space into an exciting new facility. More news here soon!
Lyndhurst Community Centre will be open again and taking bookings, we hope, in safe, airy and clean venue. All rooms can operate in socially distanced setups with ample ventilation and frequent cleaning of all hard surfaces, door handles, toilets etc.
Contact us to enquire about a booking for your group or event.
Read What's On Magazine online
Our 'What's On' magazine is normally distributed to homes in the Lyndhurst, Emery Down and Bank area area. However under lockdown we have decided not to risk anyones health by distributing it in print. Instead we are making it available online.
You can view the full colour 48 page magazine here: view "What's On-line"
We would like to express a big thank-you to our advertisers who have supported us through the past year. We look forward to the day when our volunteer What's On deliverers will be able to take to the streets again to deliver printed copies.
COMMUNITY CENTRE NEWS
The community centre is unfortunately closed again due to higher tier restrictions. When we re-open we will in place all the practical things that need to be done in order to welcome people back with the minimum of risk such as deep cleaning all rooms, using screening at the reception desk, directional barriers and floor stickers, sanitizer stations and a one- in, one-out system for the toilets.
We operate a thorough risk assessment and protection regime. Please check our Covid Statement for full details: Covid Statement
For more info visit our Groups page: groups meeting at the Centre.
Our table tennis sessions normally operate on Friday afternoons and Monday evenings, led by Lotty and Malcolm Holmes.
Currently these sessions are suspended due to lockdown but will restart as soon as we are permitted to operate the Centre.
Please check back for further updates. Thank you for supporting these sessions during 2020 and we hope to welcome you back soon in 2021.
Sign up for our online newsletter
We have now introduced a regular email newsletter in addition to the monthly What's On magazine.
Many of our users have already signed up for this at Film Night and other events. If you have not signed up yet, please use this form. You can unsubscribe at any time.
Lyndhurst Community Centre provides meeting rooms and activities for all parts of the local community. The Centre's extensive facilities are available for use by community groups or commercial organisations. The Centre is located in the heart of Lyndhurst just off the High Street.
- One of the largest meeting halls in the New Forest - ideal for fairs and public meetings
- Wide range of room sizes - catering available
- Fully staffed daytime Mon-Fri - bookable 7 days a week 8am-11pm
- Built in audiovisual equipment, free WiFi, hearing loop
- Disabled access to all rooms
- Adjacent car parking
- 4 miles from Junction 1 of M27
- Concessionary rates for community groups
Lyndhurst & District Community Association – Annual General Meeting
The AGM was postponed due to lockdown. When restrictions are lifted so that we are in a position to hold a meeting we will set a new date. We are intending to hold a combined 2 year AGM covering the past 2 years.
Films and Music
Films will resume as we are allowed to show them!
Following the success of our October “Trial Return of Film Night", which was very well received by all, we planned to show in November the film, “The Good Liar,” first scheduled for May. Unfortunately, this film has had to be cancelled for a second time to comply with government regulations.
On a more positive note, we look forward, hopefully, to welcoming you to our February screening, but in the meantime your ideas for future films will be most welcome. Please email the details to: firstname.lastname@example.org