Woodingdean Community Centre is a spacious venue at the heart of our community
The community centre is a popular venue for regular activities and hire for special occasions. It is in a prominent location with a range of accessible rooms.
Built in the 1960's, the community centre has been very well maintained. The building has been recently renovated to provide a modern, versatile and attractive hire space.
There are several large rooms, a well-equipped kitchen, toilets (including a disabled access toilet) and a lovely outside patio space (find out more in our hall for hire section).
The centre is located on good public transport routes, both the 2 and 22 buses stop outside, on Warren Road. There is also a small car park in front of the centre and additional nearby on-street parking.
The centre is managed by the volunteers of the Woodingdean Community Association and the building is owned by Brighton & Hove City Council.
The community centre is a thriving venture thanks to the dedication of the Woodingdean Community Association. As part of the recent renovations, a new addition to the facilities is an outside patio with seating and plant pots - this area is lovingly tended to by the Woodingdean Horticultural Society.
We are always very welcoming to new volunteers and we'd love to hear from you if you're interested in helping maintain this excellent facility. Maybe you have a few free hours a month or you can share skills useful in the on-going running and upkeep of the community centre? If so, please do get in touch or attend our next quarterly meeting. Meetings will be publicised on our news and events page.