Due to the Covid 19 lockdown the Community Centre will be closed until further notice. Please stay home and keep to the lockdown rules.
Welcome to Ensbury Park Community Centre
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Ensbury Park Community Centre was built in the 1990’s when Ensbury Park Residents Association fought to have a community building in the area. Ensbury Park Community Centre is a council building run by a registered charity, Ensbury Park Community Association (EPCA).
The Community Association is made up of a group of dedicated volunteers (not paid Council Staff as lots of people seem to think) who manage the buildings on a day to day basis. If you are interested in volunteering, we would love to hear from you, please get in touch. The more volunteers we have, means the centre can offer more activities and operate more efficiently. Volunteering is good on anyone’s CV and great fun most of the time!
The Community Centre has one large hall to hire for community activities and meetings and we can accommodate up to 150 people. There are tea and coffee facilities available with hot water for washing up. We have a small microwave available for you to use when you hire the centre if you wish.
Ensbury Park Community Centre is situated next to a wonderful large park surrounded by woodland. Behind the centre there is a velodrome which is also available for community use. The park consists of a play park for children, a dedicated dog walking and agility patch, a community garden and a large skate/BMX track which is very popular with local skaters. The park also hosts weekly activities, such as, football and cycling.
Parking is no problem although you must take a ticket from the machine. This will allow you 3 hours free parking in an appropriate bay. There will be plenty of time to visit the Children's Play Area where there is a 'zip line', or just take your dog for a walk.
A Park Guardians scheme started in Slades Farm in the Summer of 2014. Do you love walking in your local park? Help us to care for it by keeping watch as you walk, we need people to help us keep an eye out and report anything they see that is dangerous or damaging to the park.
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