Welcome to Hoole Community Centre

Hoole Community Centre provides a practical and safe place for local groups. We hire space for workshops, classes, meetings, children’s activities and family celebrations. Our mission is to serve the community today and in the future. Hoole Community Centre has over 20 different activities taking place at the moment ranging from activities such as zumba, Yoga, art classes and a variety of dance classes. The community centre has 7 spaces available for hire, one being a large hall.


 

What's On

Hoole Community Centre host and organise a range of different events from A to ZView events

Hire a Room

Having a party or a group meeting? we have a multiple rooms available for hire, big to smallView rooms

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Census update
**Further to below... Census won't ask for any money by text message either. Don't click on that link!

Some of you by now will have completed your census form and some of you have not. If you haven’t then you will receive a reminder by post but also census representatives will be knocking on your door to encourage you to complete your form.

Remember, we at Hoole Community Centre are here to help. We have been trained to deliver this service to our community and that is not just people of Hoole. We are here to help anyone who can get to us.

We’re proving free, friendly, official support until May 4th - get in touch to book an appointment or just to find out more call 01244 34274.

We’ve got plenty of parking and we are on a bus route from the main bus station in town. The bus to catch is number 53 and ask the driver to let you off at Faulkner Street.

And most importantly, no one from Census will ask you for money either by phone, email or if they knock on your door.
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Hoole Community Centre is feeling loved.
Hoole Community Centre

We’ve had goodie bag donations for our 55 Club, from Elaine and Claire who are part of the North Wales & North West of England Rotary Passport Club. They are members of the Cheshire Hub who are currently meeting up online. Our volunteers will be out and about delivering them over the next few days. Thank you to the Rotary and thanks to our volunteers for delivering them.
Isn’t this a lovely, good news story 🙂
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Census update
We have helped a few of our older generation complete the form. Every time we have completed the form on their behalf. Some find it a different experience to surfing the web on their own gadget, some have not wanted to phone the help lines for assistance and some just can’t be bothered with the faff and who can blame them.
When people have phoned the centre for help, the overriding concern is the fine for not completing the census on time. Although census day was 21st March, that is not the deadline. We are providing our service until 4th May so if you hear of anyone worried about being fined, then tell them not to worry.
Again, just to remind you, please ask anyone you know, who you think might need help and point them in our direction. Please ask them to call us on 01244 342741 and make an appointment. We are ready and willing to help.
Paula
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Today we would like to say big Happy #birthday to the lady we call "The BOSS". It's being a stormy 12 months & we're glad she's the Captain of our ship, steadfast & sure. Hope you have a great day

#Hoole #Chester #Community #NiceonePaula
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4 weeks ago  ·  

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Well that’s it!
Floor is being finished today and underneath it is the time capsule other known as a clear plastic bin bag.
I must admit I have found this exercise rather emotional….. In my letter to the future I have had to look over my past 8 years at the centre and in particular the last 12 months. It happens to be 1 year since our income just stopped. Just like that! We hadn’t officially closed but all our classes had cancelled and left was just Patrick and me distributing food parcels. It was Patricks last day and mine soon to follow with me then working from home. All staff were now on furlough. I stayed home for a couple of weeks trying to suss out furlough and wondering just how we were going to survive, just like every other business. I slowly migrated back to the office and then had company from Hoole Food Market.
During the year we also had the worry of the centre closing. Not going to dwell on this. I’m glad we came to an agreement with the church. Hoole without its community centre is what? Thank you again for your support. I think we all realise that our community is what binds us together and it is what we miss very much. Social gatherings, in comfortable, familiar spaces with our friends and families is what we miss most of all.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to the time capsule – I hope we give the future an insightful vision of our world today. What a ride the last 12 months has been!
Paula
xxx
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