Community Centre

The community centre is a wonderful asset to the village, providing a venue for a wide range of activities, both public and private. It offers the following facilities:

  • Bar
  • Changing rooms
  • Clubhouse
  • Disabled access
  • Floodlights
  • Parking
  • Playing field

It is run by a committee of volunteers who meet every 2nd Wednesday of the month in the community centre at 7.15pm. Please come along to the next meeting, new members are most welcome.  If you would like to consider hiring the hall, full details of costs etc can be obtained from Mel Farrow, the booking clerk, on 01728 627191 or go to Hire charges 

The community centre now has its own website.

Hall hire charges

Saturday noon - 11:30pm £100

Saturday evening 5:00pm - 11:30pm £80

Saturday (fundraising) evening £50

Minimum hire - 3 huors £12 per hour

Frequent users - i.e. monthy bookings £8 per hour

Bar available on Sundays for 2 hours only, booking essential

Corkage £40

Deposit required at time of booking £25

Please Note: All electrical items used in the hall have, by law, to be PAT tested for insurance purposes.  Anyone wishing to bring electrical goods into the hall for their own use need to send the Booking Clerk a copy of the PAT test certificate upon booking of the hall.

The heating: this is paid for by the user via a £1 slot meter.  This is situated just inside the main hall, on the right hand side.

Decorating the hall:  If you wish to decorate the hall for your event, please do not use a staple gun, sellotape or indeed anything that will mark the walls.  Blue-tack is the best option.

To make a booking, please call Mel on 01728 627191


Please remember to take home all your rubbish after a private event.

Table Tennis Table

There is an outdoor table tennis table for use by anyone.  Bats and balls are available from within the building, please return after use.


The community centre now has a commercial cooker and dishwasher.  This project would not have been completed without the generous donations from Cllr. Matthew Hicks (Suffolk County Council), Mid Suffolk District Council, the Godgold Trust, The Southolt Townlands Trust and the Worlingworth Flower and Produce Show.  Thank you.

Help us raise funds.

There are many ways in which you can assist with fund raising e.g. why not join our tote and/or for web users, Log on to From this site you can shop at M&S, Argos, Boden, Laura Ashley, Tesco and many other high street stores online, as well as buying house and car insurance etc. Have a look, browse, shop! The sellers will then donate either a fee or a percentage of what you spend to our community centre. Just search for Worlingworth Community Centre in the list of charities and register as a supporter. After all, every penny counts.

Message from a community centre committee member about shopping on line while also helping the community centre:

I'm helping Worlingworth Community Centre to raise money whenever I shop online - could you do the same?  It's very simple - just follow this link  

Why not register and shop with over 2000 well known retailers like Amazon, Argos, M&S, eBay and many more. Whenever I buy something, the retailer makes a donation to Worlingworth Community Centre. They've helped other causes raise over £2,000,000 so it really does work.   

I'd be really grateful if you could use easyfundraising too. It won't cost you a penny extra to shop through easyfundraising and you can even save money with special offers and voucher codes.