Ashington Community Centre Trust

The Community Centre, which is a registered charity, belongs to the residents of Ashington and is managed on behalf of the village by the trustees who are drawn from local organisations.

Helpers Always Welcome

Even if you can only spare the odd hour - your expertise could make all the difference.
Phone Margaret on 01903 892633 and let her know what your particular interests/skills are.

Contact the Trust

Foster Lane
Ashington
West Sussex
RH20 3PG

Chairman: Anthony Gilsenan
01903 891413

Treasurer: Trevor Pratt
01903 893486

Secretary and Bookings: Margaret Alford
01903 892633

Welcome to the Ashington Community Centre website.

The Community Centre is not owned by the County Council, the District Council, nor even the Parish Council. If you live in Ashington, West Sussex - it is owned by you and your neighbours.

It is held in trust and run by an elected Management Committee nearly all of whom are volunteers. 

If you would like to become involved please make contact.

The facilities are enjoyed by an active playgroup, a weekly mother and toddler meeting, a thriving junior football club, regular badminton sessions and a senior football club.

Outside you can enjoy rthe multi-sports court, and inside everything from badminton to short mat bowls plus varying styles of dance from ballet to ballroom.

The facilities are used by a diverse range of groups including martial arts, jive, salsa, exercise, pilates and weightwatchers too. 

Why not hire the facilities for a sports session or a special celebration such as a wedding reception or birthday party? Facilities are available at a suprisingly reasonable cost.

And you don't need to live in Ashington to hire the facilities. 

Please visit  bookings for more details.

Drop into the Community Centre at anytime when you have a moment and make use of it as often as you can; we need your support!

If you would like a guided tour please contact a committee member 

We look forward to seeing you there. 

Anthony Gilsenan

Chairman  ACCT

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