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Breathe Easy January, February & March 2019

Breathe Easy, January, February & March bookings will take place in the Orwell Room which is situated in the main building 




Please also note that the KWMCC offices will be closed from 4pm on Friday 21st December 2018 and will re-open on Wednesday 2nd January 2019 at 9.00am



Still looking for that perfect venue to hold your Christmas party this year, then look no further!

We have the function room (big or small) and the fully licensed bar, we can even recommend and help you with caterers, discos and anything else you might need to make your celebration a special one.


photo booth wedding party girls 160420 2 fa2bfThe centre is the perfect place to celebrate Christmas this year, whether you are looking for a venue for your work Christmas party or a celebration with family and friends.

We have a choice of function rooms with a fully licensed bar and welcoming staff, who will ensure that you have a fabulous time.

Take a look at our party suppliers to help make your celebration complete, from caterers to the all important interactive selfie mirrors to capture those memorable festive moments.

We have dates available throughout December, give us call on 01473 612648 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we can help you get your Christmas celebrations all wrapped up.





We Will Remember

Staff and trustees of Kesgrave War Memorial Community Centre (KWMCC) organised a small gathering on Monday 12th of November to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day.

Regular hirers and members of The East Anglian Reserve were invited to the centre for the unveiling of a commemorative half tree bench with plaque, to remember those that lost their lives.

The bench commissioned by KWMCC and funded by District Councillor Stuart Lawson from the Enabling Communities budget, has been placed in the garden area around the oak tree for visitors to take time to sit and reflect, whilst children from the centres resident play group Humpty Dumpty, created a fabulous display of homemade poppies to go around the tree, made especially for the occasion.

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District Councillor Stuart Lawson said:
“I am honoured to have funded this special bench, set in a lovely peaceful area of the garden where visitors can sit and take time to remember the sacrifices made by so many. Well done to all those involved in this commemorative initiative.”

Refreshments were provided, along with a brief welcome from the centre’s Chairman of the board of trustees Richard Baird, followed by a talk on the end of the war by the Kesgrave Royal British Legion’s, Don Whinney.

The unveiling of the bench was performed by The East Anglia Reserves in full uniform accompanied by ‘The Last Post’, played by local buglers Andy Gaffer and Neville Woolnough, followed by two minutes silence.


Caretakers Required

KWMCC are looking for evening caretakers to work up to 3 evenings a week. 

This is usually from 4.30pm through to 7pm, and then for an hour later on in the evening to lock up the building.

The job is physically demanding and requires someone who can manual handle equipment and furniture.

Holiday and sickness cover hours will also be available.

Current hourly rate of pay is £8.30 per hour, with a payrise anticpated on 1st April 2018.

For further information, please contact Cheryl on 01473 612648 or via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..