Welcome to the Albert Edward Hall Community Centre

Legerton Drive, Clacton on Sea, Essex, CO16 8BW

Registered Charity no;- 1164028


Reception open during term times 9am - 2pm Monday to Friday

Ansafone available outside reception opening hours

Or contact us by email


The Albert Edward Hall Community Centre is now open


The Albert Edward Hall is your purpose built Community Centre, staffed by local volunteers.

We are home to BERA - your Bockings Elm Residents Association, a Youth Club, Speed Watch, Yoga, Smooth Grooves Dance School, Bingo, Quilt & Patch Group plus a Community Cafe and much, much more.

Function rooms are available to hire and include a fully licensed bottled bar.

We aim to make a massive difference within the Community. 

But, we can't do this alone, we are looking for volunteers in a wide variety of roles.

Please contact us on 01255 476680, we would love to hear from you.

For the Community, by the Community


Bloor Homes officially handed over the keys to the Chairperson of the Albert Edward Hall Community Centre, Philip Clark on 27th June 2016.

Photo credit to Paul Nixon Photography Ipswich (01473 430707)

http://www.paulnixonphotography.co.uk/

 

Community

Being part of a community is good for psychological and physical well-being. Creating conditions for people to meet and work together in a productive way is fundamental to Community Life.


Come along and join in




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Examples of some of the Community Activities at the Hall

Community Cafe

Residents Association

Youth Group

Yoga

Dance School

Bingo

Quilt & Patch work

Windmill Carpet Bowls

Quiz nights

Disco & Party Nights

Aerobics

Baby Sensory

Clacton Amateur Dramatics Society

Functions rooms available to hire

and much more......

see our What's On pages for full details


The History behind the name Albert Edward Hall

The Albert Edward Hall Community Centre is named after the first lifeboat which served Clacton on Sea between 1878 -1884. She was 34 feet long and 8 feet 3 inches of beam and rowed 10 oars double banked.

In honour of all the brave men and women who have, or are, serving as volunteers in the RNLI our main hall and larger room are named after two of the founders of the RNLI namely, Sir William Hillary and George Hibbert. As a mark of gratitude from the community of Bockings Elm we have named one of our function rooms after Philip Clark, the volunteer Chairperson of the Albert Edward Hall.