Friday, 23 June 2017

German Playgroup at the Centre - Mondays during termtime 10am-12pm

We have a German Playgroup that meet at the centre on Mondays during term time 10am-12pm. This group is for parents and carers who speak German with their children. The group is drop in with a £3 charge per family.
The group sing German songs, read stories, carry out seasonal arts and crafts, whilst also celebrating German festivals. There is also a German libary where children can borrow German books. Please see for more information.

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Why not hire us for your child's birthday party?

Why not hire the centre for your child's birthday party? The light airy hall holds up to 100 people and there is a separate kitchen with tea urn, fridge and microwave, as well as an outdoor area. If you would like to hire the centre for your child's birthday party please get in touch on 07757 319 582, or email

Community Network Meeting Today - Wednesday 21st July - 7.30pm - St George Library

Don't forget the Community Network Meeting is this evening at St George Libary, 7.30pm. If you live or work in St George and want to make it an even better place why not come along and have your say...

Monday, 19 June 2017

NHS Blood Donor Service at the Centre - Friday 30th June

The NHS Blood Donor Service will be at the centre on Friday 30th June. Please get in touch to book a slot.

Friday, 16 June 2017

Community Network Meeting - St George Library - Wed 21st June - 7.30pm

Do you live or work in St George? Do you want to help make it an even better place for the community? If so, please join us on Wednesday 21st June at St George Library to learn about the new Community Network for the area.

Friday, 28 April 2017

Can we fix it?

The community centre building is over twenty years old now, and as time passes, parts of the building need a little love. Over the past five years the committee has successfully fundraised to install new flooring and a new kitchen at the centre.

Under the conditions of our lease with Bristol City Council, the volunteer committee is responsible for the upkeep of the building. We also of course want to provide the best possible facilities for local residents. The committee has identified a couple of areas that we want to work on:

  • New double-glazed windows and fire doors in the main hall. This would improve security and hopefully reduce our energy bills.
  • More energy efficient lighting throughout the building.
  • Replacing the fence between us and the park with a low fence and widening the back gate. We would like to make this a really welcoming entrance to the community centre.
All these things cost money, and we are busy with a fundraising plan to pay for the work. We believe that St George needs places like the community centre, which is home to many groups and classes, as well as being a venue for community events and family celebrations. Hundreds of local residents use the centre every week.

If you would like to get involved in fundraising, or you have expertise you would like to share, please get in touch. Email or contact us through our Facebook page.