The Herne Centre
The Herne Centre

Booking & What's On

 

To enquire about the Herne Centre and What's On please contact:

 

Phone 01227 314093

or 01795 537321

Email: info@hernecentre.org or bookings@hernecentre.org

www.hernecentre.co.uk

 

 

 

The official opening took place on Saturday 9th June 2018

 

 

The new building is called the Herne Centre and is a wonderful hub for local people and a special venue for celebrations and conferences. Ideally placed to offer wedding receptions to couples using our churches.

 

Following the tendering procedure our parish council has contracted West Faversham Community Association to manage the new centre on its behalf. WFCA is a registered charity which exists to benefit the community rather than private shareholders.

 

The bookings phone number for the new centre is 01227 314093 or email:bookings@hernecentre.co.uk

 

Community Provision

Herne Centre will also be used to provide a range of non-hire activities with the aim of providing community benefit and additional income, such as:

 

Daily Coffee Mornings - 9.30—11.30am will provide a daily service, with hot drinks such as cappuccinos and lattes on offer, with home-made cakes and scones. Served in the Roundel, which will have comfortable seating.

 

After School Club and Breakfast Club -  The Breakfast Club  starts from 7.30am until start of school  and the After School Club  runs from school finish until 6.30pm. During both clubs, children will get either breakfast or an afternoon snack. Children will additionally take part in structured activities as well as having the opportunity for free play. These clubs are Ofsted registered.

 

Lunch Club - A service which will run every Wednesday. The lunch club provides home cooked two course meals and is made to be affordable for everyone. No need to book 12 noon to 1.30pm

 

 

Please contact us to find out what activities are already available at the Centre or for booking your own events.

 

 

 

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