Welcome to Hawkinge Community Centre – serving the local community. We are open seven days a week and present a varied programme of events, clubs and social events for all ages. Hawkinge Baptist Church and the offices of Hawkinge Town Council are also located at the Centre. We have rooms for hire to suit all types of events. Drop in for a coffee and a snack and see what we have to offer. Please check the menus above for all our regular and special events or contact us for more details.
JBs Dance Studios celebrates 20 years with a Grand Ball
JBs Dance Studio is putting on a Grand Ball with Todd Miller and the Joe Loss Orchestra to celebrate 20 years of dancing the nights away. You can read more about the Ball on 16th July by clicking here
The Bank Project Youth Club comes to Hawkinge
We are very pleased to be hosting an exciting new project for local youth at the centre. Starting Monday 11th April FYP will run a youth club between 5:30pm and 6:30pm during term time. Click Here for more details.
Summer Spectacular – back for 2016!
The heady days of summer may seem to be a distant memory as autumn turns to winter but who can forget the Hawkinge Summer Spectacular on the green and in the centre last July? And the great news is – we are doing it again this year and promise to make it even more fun and even more spectacular.
This year’s Summer Spectacular will take place on Sunday 17th July and we already have some great attractions lined up. The Blue Falcons Gymnastic Display team who astonished the crowds with their skills, speed and strength will be back as will the ever popular Strongest Man competition and the Birds of Prey from the Hawkin Centre. Altantis Entertainment will keep the younger visitors happy and the Bug Roadshow returns to educate and entertain.
New attractions for 2016 include 4Front Wrestling demonstrations, Bee-Keeping displays from Beechelle and a visit from the Blean Beagles.
Food and drink will again be plentiful and varied with Godmersham Game, Besborough Farm Fruit and Veg and Goodchilds Bakers amongst those already lined up.
We still have room for a few more so if you, your company or organisation would like to set up stall or join in the entertainment contact Hawkinge Community Centre boss and Summer Spectacular organiser Colin Tearle. But hurry as space is fast running out.