Community Hubs

Community Hubs operate in various locations across our district, offering residents a chance to socialise, meet new friends and enjoy each other's company. 

Breaking down barriers of isolation and loneliness, the hubs are run by the community, for the community.

These hubs offer a place to connect with each other, with the activities and services provided by trained volunteers, originally part of the successful Warm Hubs project launched in winter of 2022.

Activities and services offered by the hubs can vary from one to another, reflecting the diversity and needs of each local community. All offer a common theme of warmth, friendliness and inclusive places to socialise, take part in activities and access information and support from partners in the district including the Council, NHS and the Communities Service.

These hubs operate under the banner of the Cambridgeshire Community Hubs Network, with a dedicated Facebook page (external link) where details of the hub locations and opening hours can be viewed.

Cambridgeshire ACRE (external link) continues to facilitate the hubs on behalf of the Council.

Community Hubs operate in East Cambridgeshire at: Ashley Pavilion, Fordham Victoria Hall, Haddenham Sports and Social Club, Little Downham Village Hall, Little Thetford Village Hall, Littleport St George's Church Parish Room, Soham Walter Gidney Pavillion and Stetchworth Ellesmere Centre.