Community HubsBack to Activities
Run in community spaces, Community Hubs provide a safe and friendly environment in which to spend time. Offering free or affordable refreshments, activities, information and advice, everyone is welcome regardless of age or circumstance.
This activity is good for wellbeing because
Community Hubs offer a friendly environment for those wishing to have a chat with friends or make new connections with other people in their community.
The Community Hub environment also offers a place for those who may just want to sit quietly in the presence of others – there is no pressure to participate in anything going on.
The volunteers at the hubs will have some knowledge of where to direct you to for support with things like financial assistance, housing concerns and other issues that might be worrying you.
‘I love the hub in Haddenham, it’s not always easy to get out and about so having somewhere like that in the village has been great. I go there for a cup of tea and can usually find someone to chat with if I want to. ‘
How to contact
Where to go
Little Downham Village Hall
Haddenham Sports and Social Club
Little Thetford Village Hall
St George's Church Parish Room
Walter Gidney Pavilion
The Lighthouse Centre
13 Lynn Road
Community Hubs also offer free wifi so you can even work or study there. Activities and services at Community Hubs are run by trained local volunteers.
All Hubs are accessible for those with mobility issues. Anyone of any age, background or circumstances can go to a Community Hub. You can visit as many times as you like and stay for as long as the Hub is open, or you can head off anytime.
No need to book, just turn up.
Attending any of the Hubs is free and will include a drink plus some optional activities such as boardgames or crafts. Light meals or booked activities may sometimes incur an affordable cost but these are always optional.