New Milton Community Centre is a meeting point where you can chat over a cup of tea or coffee and it offers the opportunity to take part in the following activities for the payment of a small fee :-
Art, Bowls, Bridge, Canasta, Chess, Craft. Ballroom, Sequence and Line Dancing. French, Spanish and Italian Lessons. Rummikub, Mah Jong. Scrabble, Darts, Table Tennis, Poetry, Piano Class, Choir and Photography.
We also have a Discussion Group and a “men only” group which meet monthly with lively and interesting topics.
There is a new leaflet to promote the centre around the town. A copy of it is available in .PDF format ( 3.8 MB ), Click Here.
All of this for an annual subscription of only £8 (plus a joining fee of £2.50). Persons under 18yrs will be charged at half the adult rate and must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.
So why not visit us in Osborne Road (opposite the water tower) from 9.45 a.m. - 4.00 p.m. or 6.30 p.m. - 10.00 p.m. and try a free sample of any of these activities.
Now with a new wall sign.
Now in it's fifty-third year this centre has been proved to be extremely popular with the local community as it offers such a diverse range of activities. Most of these activities offer improvers classes so if you fancy a game of bridge for example you need not worry about jumping in at the deep end, the Thursday afternoon session with it's tutors is a way to ease yourself painlessly into the turmoil that is bridge. The same can be said of line dancing and table tennis, one just needs a little more physical fitness for those activities and twinkle toes might well help as well as the correct footwear. So peruse our web site and see if there is something that might interest you, or perhaps you might like to begin an activity that we do not cover, whatever your interest do please take the time to meander through our pages.
The Community Association's AGM is to be Friday 9th June 2017.
Surgeries are being held at the Community Centre (Room 1) from 10.30 a.m. to about noon on the last Wednesday of each month. No appointment necessary.
Residents can report anything, refer to problems they might have, ask advice or just pop in to meet the local bobby.
You may wish to make a note in your diaries of our Public Holiday closures: