- What facilities does the centre have?
- What are your hall hire rates?
- How can I book for my event/group?
- Can I book the centre for a party with music and alcohol?
- What groups use the centre?
- Where is the centre located?
- Is there parking at the centre?
- How can I volunteer at the centre?
- Can I fundraise for the centre?
- Do you have relevant policies in place?
What facilities does the centre have?
The centre is compromised of a main hall, meeting room and kitchen. The centre has disabled access and toilets, including baby-changing facilities. Chairs and tables can be provided. More information can be found on our facilities page here.
What are your hall hire rates?
We charge just £10/hr for our main hall and £35 for parties. You can find more information on our rates here. The main hall, training room and kitchen can be booked separately or together. Please ring 023 8084 9219 for any enquiries or to receive a specific quote.
How can I book for my event/group?
Can I book the centre for a party with music and alcohol?
You can book the centre for a party with music as we have a music copyright licence.
Anyone wishing to sell alcohol on the premises as part of an event must inform the Booking Secretary and apply to the New Forest District Council for a temporary license.
Details on how to apply can be found here.
What groups use the centre?
You can find a list and profiles of the local groups and clubs currently using the centre here. To enquire about using the centre for your group, please ring 023 8084 9219.
Where is the centre located?
The centre is located on Warrys Close in Hythe. You can find us on a map here.
Is there parking at the centre?
Yes. The centre has good, accessible parking with additional space on the verge by our entrance (not on the grass). You can find pictures here.
How can I volunteer at the centre?
The centre is always looking for more volunteers. Please ring 023 8084 9219 to discuss your availability and how we can best use your time. We also run work-days throughout the year where local companies volunteer as a team. Find more information on volunteering here.
Can I fundraise for the centre?
St Anne’s Neighbourhood Centre is run by the Butts Ash Community Association (BACA) which is a registered charity (no. 1003285). As a non-profit organisation, the centre is reliant on the revenue it generates with additional funding obtained through grants.
Fundraising for the centre is therefore hugely appreciated. Let us know if you are planning to fundraise and we will try and support your efforts.
Do you have relevant policies in place?
All of the charity’s Trustees have had an enhanced DBS check.
We also have relevant adult and child policies in place. Please download our Conditions of Hire so you are aware of your requirements when booking the Centre. This must be either sent to our email or posted to our Booking Secretary.