Acacia Centre The Heart of the Community
Acacia Centre Ltd – Registered No. 7178885
Charity No. 1156651
Welcome to the Acacia Centre in Annesley Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire. The Centre opened in 2010 as a totally re-furbished Community Centre and is run on behalf of the community by Acacia Centre Ltd (Registered No. 7178885, Charity No. 1156651). Our aim is to become the Community Hub for the local area which provides a state-of-the-art venue for community activities and events. From young to old there is something for everyone – visit our activities page for a full list of regular groups and activities that are held here.
If you have an idea for a new group or activity then please contact us and we will see what we can do - firstname.lastname@example.org
Room Hire @ The Acacia Centre (Rooms available) >>
Rooms are bookable at competitive rates for community, social, statutory or commercial use, with discounts for block-bookings and package deals for parties available. Buffets to accompany your booking can be catered for on request.
Open Days & Special Events >>
A hive of activities that include Arts and Crafts, Information, Bric-a-brac Stalls, Games, Tombola, Bouncy Castle and Music as well as live Acacia Radio coverage and Hot and Cold Food and Drinks to enjoy.
Weekly Activities >>
An expansive range of activities for adults and children of all ages including Exercise, Health & Wellbeing, Arts & Crafts, as well as clubs for other hobby and interest groups attended and / or run by organisations, community groups and individuals from local communities and beyond.
Courses & Workshops >>
Advancing the education and wellbeing of the public through courses covering Arts & Crafts, Radio and Media, Desktop Publishing, Information and Communication Technology, Leisure, and more. Some courses are accredited to help support professional development.
Acacia Coffee Shop >>
A selection of hot and cold food and drinks at very reasonable prices.
Acacia Radio >>
Hosted by its strong presenter-base and broadcasting on 1287 A.M and around the world on the Internet - www.acaciaradio.com, Acacia Radio offers a platform for communicating the Acacia Centre’s activities, social and recreational topics as well an eclectic mix of music.
Work Club >>
A self-organised group that helps people to look for work by building new contacts, sharing job hunting experiences and ideas, and talking to guest speakers. Stationery, use of equipment and other useful resources are provided.
Volunteering/ Work Experience >>
Being a part of the Acacia Centre brings opportunities for both social and professional involvement which may help on the road to finding employment.
We have worked with individuals from Universities, Schools and Job Agencies.
If you require a trusted and accessible people-delivery service to events in and around the Ashfield area