Cronton Community Centre

WELCOME TO CRONTON COMMUNITY CENTRE
Starting next Thursday 2nd March Cronton Community Centre is open from 1pm til 3pm for anyone to come and join in with cards, dominoes and any other activities you want to suggest, plus a cuppa and a chat. All welcome.
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For bookings or further information please contact: Chris on 0151 424 0693 or 07968 494432.
There are a number of activities held in the Centre:-
Theatre Drama from 3 years old to 16 years old
Baby and Toddler
Lace Making
Karate
Bowls
Pilates
Weight Watchers
Exercise Classes
There are a number of vacant slots available if you wish to hire the hall.
The Bar is open on a Wednesday evening, with a friendly crowd enjoying a drink at VERY reasonable prices.

8 thoughts on “Cronton Community Centre

  1. Hello. Looking to hire the hall for sat 18th march for my daughters 5th birthday party … can you please message me all the info hope it’s available. Thank you.

    1. Hi Hayley,
      I’ve passed on your email to Chris Birtwistle who deals with Community Centre bookings. She will be in touch.
      Regards,
      Bess

  2. Hi there. I am a interested in starting some group exercise classes during the weekday evenings and weekends. Would it be possible to have a look at the space available ? And discuss price for hire?

    1. Hi Beth,
      I have passed on your enquiry to Chris Birtwistle who will be in touch with you when she can.
      Regards,
      Bess
      Editor, Cronton Website

  3. Hi, I just wondered if Here is a reason that the community centre is no longer taking bookings for children’s parties. Is this a permanent thing? Can you recommend anywhere for a local children’s party if the community centre won’t book, Holy Family Social Club is never open to enquire and places such as the parklands and fords club have minimum numbers of way more than a class of children. Also, are there any opportunities for development of the community hall or holy Family Social Club as they don’t seem to be providing as much of a service as they could to benefit the village?

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