Frodsham Community Centre
Registered Charity No 520051
Booking is open for January's Panto Performance 'Goldilocks
and the 3 Bears'
Please see frodshampanto.org.uk for tickets.
Do YOU have an occasion to celebrate, a show to put on, a fund-raising event needing a popular venue?
Frodsham Community Centre provides a base for local groups, and hires space for rehearsals, workshops, evening classes, family celebrations, children's parties and meetings.
The Centre is run by the Frodsham Community Association, and is governed by the FCA council made up of representatives of affiliated groups. We are a registered charity run by local residents. Our aim is to establish a centre which enhances the quality of life of local people by providing educational, arts and leisure opportunities. We want to create a place belonging to the community where people and groups can meet, socialize and network in a safe and friendly environment.
It is always important that a village or town has a sense of community. This has always been true in Frodsham and it was therefore a great asset when after years of planning and saving the Frodsham Community Centre was built in 1969 on a site in Fluin Lane.
See posters at the Centre for details of:-
National Trust, Film Society, Frodsham Players, Zodiac A.O.S. and other affiliated groups and societies - yearly programmes and productions.
The Community Association run - Quiz Nights, Annual Boot Sale, Carnival Week, Bonfire Night, Panto Week and also a News Years Eve dance.
Frodsham Community Centre are licensed premises and it is available for hire for Wedding Receptions, Private Dances and Birthday/Anniversary/Christening Parties etc.
Membership of the FCA is £5.00 for Life Membership, forms available at the Centre, address to Jenny Woodward (Membership Secretary) and either post or leave at the Centre.
Centrally located in Frodsham, with a large car park, The Centre is ideally situated for receptions, conferences and meetings.
The Main Hall can be used for badminton, dances etc and, with a lighting and projection room, is home to local dramatic, operatic and film societies.
A number of small rooms, suitable for a variety of purposes, are also available (see facilities page).
The use of a large fully-equipped kitchen, and a choice of two licensed bars can be provided if requested by the hirer when booking.
Many different Clubs and Societies flourish in The Centre, and attract people from Frodsham and the surrounding area.
Attached to The Centre is the Frodsham Rainbow Club & Youth Association, with a range of social and sporting activities.
How to find us:
We are situated between Blue Hatch and The Willows towards the bottom of Fluin Lane in Frodsham. For those with SatNav the Postcode is WA6 7QN.
From the M56 junction 12 follow the signs for Frodsham. At the traffic lights cross the swing bridge over the River Weaver. You will then be on Sutton Causeway leading to Bridge Lane. Continue for 800 yards passed the zebra crossing and under the pedestrian footbridge then turn left into Fluin lane.
The Community Centre is 200 yards up the hill on the right side of the road in the area on the map between Blue Hatch and The Willows.
January 2015 Diary
|Frodsham Panto Group
Goldilocks and the Three BearsSun 11th 2.00pm
Mon 12th, Tues 13th, Thurs 15th, Fri 16th 7.00pm
Sat 17th 2.00pm,7.30pm
Tickets: 07793 462407 or frodshampanto.org.uk
|Thursday 8th 7.30pm||Women’s Institute
A Japanese Evening01928 732798
|Wednesday 14th 7.45pm||Natural History Society
Wildlife of the
|Thursday 15th 1.45pm||U3A
Mary Queen of Scots
|Tuesday 20th 7.30pm||Townswomen’s Guild
A Day in
Father Michael Mills
|Wednesday 21st 7.30pm||Evening Flower Club
|Thursday 22nd 2.00pm||Afternoon Flower Club
Wintery CheerTony Brown
|Friday 23rd 7.45pm||Music & Arts Club
Flute, Oboe, Clarinet,
The Quintessence Wind Quartet
|Saturday 24th 7.30pm||Film Society
Captain Phillips01928 711614 frodshamfilmsociety.org.uk
|Monday 26th 7.30pm but subject to change||Frodsham Town Council
Council Meeting01928 735150
|Monday 26th 7.30pm||Gardening Club
Winter StructureBarry Proctor
|Wednesday 28th 7.30pm||National Trust
The Big House