The Community Centre reopened on the 5th September for our regular hirers to return.
Throughout September many of our groups are returning to the centre. If you are interested in joining one of them please contact the group leader directly.
Unfortunately, we cannot take “one off” bookings at the present time and our Community Café also remains closed for the time being. As soon as either of these things change, we will update you here.
The office is now open Monday to Wednesday. If you have any questions about the reopening of the Centre please contact us at email@example.com
Chase Meadow COVID-19 Community Response
Who are we?
We are a volunteer-led support group, with support from St.Michael's Church, working to encourage community support during the current pandemic.
What do I do if I or someone I know is self-isolating and needs help?
If you are isolating on Chase Meadow and are in need of food, household items or medication, please post on our Facebook group for help within the community.
If you do not have access to Facebook, or you wish to talk to someone please call 01926 800 086
We will try where possible to source items.
Please support our community by helping your neighbours where you can.
Guidance for this can be found on our Facebook group.
If you are not on face book or the person that needs help isn't please email firstname.lastname@example.org and help is at hand.
I'd like to help, how can I do this?
If you would like to volunteer to help our lovely community please email email@example.com
If you have been lucky enough to maintain a stable income and are able to help with financial donations for the most vulnerable in Warwick the local churches are co-ordinating efforts. New Life, St Paul’s and St Michael’s are working together on this.
There is a particular issue at the moment with those most in need getting food vouchers ie children who have free school meals. If you have any spare money and would like to help you can donate to the following accounts:
1) A one-off gift to the project can be given via St Paul’s Church. (Any unused funds will be given to Food-bank)
Sort Code: 30-99-15. Account No: 01260604. Reference: TfC
2) If you would like to give regularly any ongoing giving should be directed to food-bank, whose details can be found via the link.
We wish you and your loved ones all the best during these challenging times.
We are still a community and are here for you even if we can't meet at the Community Centre!
Chase Meadow Community Centre is a fantastic purpose built building that serves well as a central hub for residents from Warwickshire and beyond to gather, create, learn and enjoy. With many activities for all ages.
Our community centre also makes for an excellent venue to hold parties, conferences and events, with modern facilities and technology available to make your activity stand out and easy to enjoy.
We even have our own cafe open Mon - Fri 10:30am - 1:30pm and some. So you can get to know your local community over a cuppa and cake or lunch!
We welcome visitors to the centre during opening hours to socialise. Children must be accompanied by adults at all times, unless attending an organised event.
For all our activities, scheduled and during holidays information
For Upcoming events and school holiday activities - please click here
For weekly activities and clubs - please click on Activities
The centre is currently managed and run by a very small team of local people. Most of our volunteers have full time jobs. As much as we love providing the community with this great facility, it's becoming more difficult each week to manage and care for the centre, the way that we'd love to.
We are looking for further volunteers help with general day to day running and helping out. The budget is also tight, so any help to achieve tasks at low cost by helping, getting us contacts to save money or get free items or even just donating would be much appreciated.
Please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chase Meadow Community Centre Ltd aim to deliver a variety of quality services for the local community. Working in partnership with St Michael's Church and Warwick District Council the centre shall be offering activities from young to old throughout the week.