Tomorrows ( 17/04/19) Commit To get Fit session has been cancelled due to the instructor being unwell.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause
Christmas Party Gras Nights - Friday 13th & Saturday 14th December 2019
The centre is the perfect place to celebrate Christmas this year, whether you are looking for a private function room for your staff Christmas party, a celebration with family and friends or you can just join us for our organised 'Christmas Party Gras Nights' (over 18's only) with a Mardi Gras theme, on the 13th & 14th December 2019.
A glass of fizz on arrival, festive buffet, very reasonably priced cash bar, show off your dance moves to the sounds of J & B Disco and of course the obligatory photo booth/Selfie Mirror will be available to create some fun memories of a fabulous night out.
Further details coming soon, group bookings available ( Seat up to 10 guests per table) Bottles of wine for your table can be pre-ordered
Private Christmas Parties
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.
Breathe Easy, January, February & March bookings will take place in the Orwell Room which is situated in the main building
Join us from 9.30am-11.30am with sponsors Bates Wells & Braithwaite Ipswich.
Guest Speaker, plenty of networking and refreshments available too.
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.
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.
LEST WE FORGET