Venues

If you need a venue for a meeting, we encourage you to use venues within the voluntary sector.

There are 11 community centres, leased to local community associations by the Borough of Poole, available for hire.

Other venues are listed on www.poolepartnership.info and www.chaplaincypoole.info

 

A-Z listing of Community Centres

  • Alderney Manor Community Centre

287 Herbert Avenue, Poole, BH12 4HT

Phone: 01202 740026


Small upstairs meeting room for 20 people. Hall and small kitchen for up to 150 people. Lounge bar area can accommodate 100 people. Car park, plus access and toilet for disabled people.

  • Alderney West Community Centre

77 Bedford Road South, Poole, BH12 4PR

Phone: 01202 745392


Large open area lounge partitioned in two by fixed low rail. Can cater for a maximum of 300 people. Hatch through to a large kitchen. Car park, plus access and toilet for disabled people.

  • Bearwood Community Centre

Bearwood Community Centre outside view

King John Avenue, Bournemouth, BH11 9TF

Phone: 07975627515

Bearwood Community Centre inside

Hall can accommodate 150 people. Lounge and kitchen can cater for 30 people. Bearwood Suite (with licensed bar) and the Youth Hall each hold 50 people. Car park, access and toilet for disabled people.

  • Bourne Valley Community Centre

Bourne Valley Community Centre outside view

56 Herbert Avenue, Poole, BH12 4EE

Phone: 01202 526270

Bourne Valley Community Centre inside

Hall for 150 people. Lounge can accommodate 40. Separate kitchen. Car park, plus access and toilet for disabled people.

  • Broadstone Community & Arts Centre


21 Dunyeats Rd, Broadstone, BH18 8AB

Phone: 01202 605504
Website: http://broadstone.net/directories/community-organisations/broadstone-community-and-arts-centre/

Ground floor
Large hall for 50 people. Large room for 50 people. Small kitchen.
First floor (no disabled access)
Large hall for 50 people. Two smaller rooms 15 people each. Car park, assisted disabled access downstairs and toilet for disabled people no disabled access to upper floor.
This centre also takes bookings for the War Memorial Hall (in Broadstone). This is a large hall with a raised stage, capable of seating 180 people.

  • Canford Heath Community Centre

Mitchell Road, Poole, BH17 8UE

Phone: 07871 183880


Hall for 200 people, 180 seated - hatch through to kitchen. Two meeting rooms can seat 20 people each. Car park, plus access and toilet for disabled people. No disabled access to one of the meeting rooms on the upper floor.

  • Creekmoor Community Centre

Northmead Drive, Creekmoor, BH17 7XZ

Phone: 01202 247442
E-mail: creekmoorca@gmail.com

Website: www.creekmoor.org.uk


Large sports hall for 150 people, plus a small kitchen.
Car park, plus access and toilet for disabled people.

  • Hillbourne Community Centre

Hillbourne Community Centre outside view

69 Cavan Crescent, Poole, BH17 7EY

Phone: 01202 601280 (ans. phone)

          Hillbourne Community Centre inside

         

Hall for 150 with hatch to large kitchen. Skittle Alley with Lounge area for 30. Car park, plus access and toilet for disabled people.

  • Merley Community Centre

Harrier Drive, Poole, BH21 1XE

Phone: 01202 880235 (Sat & Sun)

             01202 841330 (Mon - Fri)

Website: www.merley.org.uk

Large hall for up to 150.  Small hall for 80. Separate kitchen.  Car park, plus access and toilet for disabled people.

  • Poole Old Town Community Centre

Poole Old Town Community Centre outside view

2 Lagland Street, Poole, BH15 1RR

Phone: 07752 184121 or 01202 660058 (ans. phone)

Poole Old Town Community Centre inside


Large hall for 150 people. Lounge area 30-40. Separate kitchen. Car park, plus access and toilet for disabled people.

  • Talbot View Community Centre

3 Alder Park, Alder Road, Poole, BH12 4AY

Phone 01202 746764


Large hall for 150 people. Smaller hall with kitchen for 50. Car park, plus access and toilet for disabled people.

Our organisational development advisor works with the community centres to help them support their communities - click here for more information.

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