The Community Centre, Straight Bit, Flackwell Heath, , HP10 9LS
Flackwell Heath Community Association is a registered charity (Charity No. 1044870).
Its objectives are to work with local, voluntary and other organisations to advance education and to provide facilities to further the interests of social welfare, recreation and leisure-time occupations within the village.
The FHCA manage and maintain the Community Centre in the village which has been established for many years and first opened in 1977.
The FHCA also produce a high quality colour village newsletter (called The Grapevine) with 10 editions per year available to all Flackwell Heath households via subscriptions (see below for prices).
The club opened its doors to the public in January 1968 but was officially opened in 1969. The club is run by a Committee who are elected by the club members to oversee the rules, regulations and running of the club.
The club provides live entertainment for its members every Saturday night as well as a family Disco, normally twice a month, and bingo on Monday, Saturday (2 games) and Sunday.
The Club is situated along Cressex Road just in front of the Cressex Community School. The club has a car park located to the rear of the building that has enough space to accommodate 30 vehicles. There is a large garden at the front of the club which has outdoor seating.
We have two snooker and two pool tables, two dart boards and three televisions for coverage of most major sporting events showing everything Sky Sports and BT Sports has to offer.
Downley Community Centre is home to numerous clubs, associations and the local community library and is situated in the very centre of the village on the old Middle School site between School Close and Chapel Street.
The building comprises two large rooms both fitted with modern kitchen units, has ample parking with access from School Close. The Centre has free WiFi, a fitted projector screen and can host functions for up to 120 people with full wheelchair access provided.
The Centre is run by a group of committed volunteers who meet regularly to manage and maintain the facility on behalf of all local residents.
Hazlemere Community Centre was officially opened by Sir John Hall, O.B.E. on 16th October 1976. The community centre has a licensed bar for HCA members and guests, open Monday to Saturday evenings and Sunday lunchtime, children are welcome if they are accompanied by a responsible adult. Halls are available for hire for wedding receptions, parties, jumble sales, meetings etc., and during the week for activities such as those listed on the HCA Groups page.
Established since 1991, WMCO is a community charity and serves the needs of local residents and the wider public. WMCO is a registered charity – number 1025525.
WMCO aims and objectives
To promote the benefit of the inhabitants of High Wycombe without distinction of sex or political, religious or other opinions by engaging the local authorities, voluntary organisations and the inhabitants in a common effort to advance education. To provide facilities in the interest of social welfare for recreation and leisure time occupation with the object of improving condition of life for the said inhabitants.
We are always looking for fundraising opportunities for projects to improve the facilities of the Centre.
Perhaps you have an idea for an event we could hold, and you would like to oversee it. Or perhaps you'd like us to work in partnership with you. If so, we’d like to hear from you. Please contact the Chairman, Sebert Graham, on 01494 522750.
To provide all members of our community access to a safe, welcoming place to meet in friendship, for leisure recreation, exercise and learning; regardless of sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, disability, political, religious or other opinions.
The Village Hall has been a feature of Sands since 1920 and was set up by a group of villagers who had been given a plot of land by Sir John Lindsay Dashwood.
Nowadays the Hall is available for hire at reasonable rates for both regular activities and one-off social functions. The Village Hall consists of a large main meeting/activities hall, a stage, a kitchen with facilities for food preparation and an adjoining smaller meeting room which is available for hire additionally or separately. There is a car park at the rear of the hall with spaces for 20 cars and disabled access at the side.