Our Centre is a thriving hub for our local community, open every weekday for activities, groups, food bank, help, support & much more:
Whether it’s a quick coffee with friends or a full meal, Brook Cafe has you covered with it’s large range of food and drink and wonderful team.
Cafe Tots is a dedicated part of the Brook Cafe for parents and carers with their babies, toddlers and pre-school children – children can play and parents can chat in a safe and friendly environment.
Cafe Tots runs Monday to Friday, 9am to 3pm in the End Hall. Come and go as you like, free entry.
The Centre hosts conferences and meetings for all sorts of organisations, schools and charities. A range of professional rooms and spaces can be booked, including catering options.
We hold a weekly service at 2pm on Thursdays for anyone unable to attend on Sundays, or wanting to worship on a weekday afternoon.
Open to all – young, old, male, female, fit or unfit – Thursday Fitness guarantees fun as well as increased fitness levels. Exercising to music will help decrease stress and anxiety and can help to reduce blood pressure. Other benefits are increased energy, alertness and self esteem.
Craft & Create
The Craft & Create Group meet twice a month on the 1st & 3rd Mondays of the month between 1-3pm in the Foyer. Join us if you like to make & do with good conversation and a little fun. Everyone is welcome. The Brook Cafe is open for you to purchase drinks, meals or snacks.
Deaf Cafe is open to all, communication is through BSL and there is a voice over. We sign songs, prayers, drama and share together. We have trips out and enjoy fellowship together. It’s a great opportunity for hearing people to learn basic signing.
Tea and coffee available, usually the first & third Mondays of the month. Contact Susan Myatt on firstname.lastname@example.org for further details. Everyone is welcome.