Changes at the King Edward Community Centre 2022

Posted 06 Jun 2022

There are changes at the KECC this year.
Angela Papworth is the Financial Manager and Linda Ashley has joined the Centre as Administrator

We welcome back Amy Carney who is back to take up her position as Caretaker after time off to have her baby Florence. Sandra Gibb is the new KECC Cleaner/Relief Caretaker, also Sandra and her Partner Mark will be keeping our gardens looking good.

We are all grateful for the great job John Bowers has done at the Centre covering for Amy while she has been off, he will continue to cover doing some relief Caretaking.

King Edward Community Centre

The Centre is as the title says, a Centre for the Community. We offer Activities which are available for everyone from 0 months to the retired. The KECC is a very popular venue and is available for Meetings, Conferences, Private Functions and Parties


The quarterly magazine produced by the KECC Trustees and delivered to upwards of 5,000 local dwellings – has a new editor, Matt Howell.

The e-mail address for the collection of articles for entry into Centrepoint is: Matt will be editing the September issue of Centrepoint, so please send your articles to his email address as soon as you have them.

Extended Premises Licence

The Centre has extended its Premises Licence to stay open later (now we are licensed to stay open until 11 pm) and private parties / functions can now bring and serve alcohol providing they manage that themselves with a Personal License holder.

So, if you would like to hold a private function at the Centre please call the Administrator, Linda Ashley on 01354 692658 or e-mail them at