Hurst Road Community Centre
Built in 1935 the Hurst Road building acted for many years as a Church Hall and was even used during the war as a refuge for local people during bombing raids. During the 1960's the building became a community facility and today hosts a number of activities that vary from tea dances to martial arts groups.
As of April 2013 Hurst Road Community Centre is managed by Sandwell Community Hubs Co-Operative.
For information about activities or room hire please contact
Telephone: 0121 429 3399
What's on at Hurst Road?
- Tea dance afternoon and evening
- Street dance
- Karate and martial arts
- Older peoples group
- Slimming group
- Councillor surgery
The Centre is available to hire for a variety activities such as parties, social meetings, clubs etc. This centre has the following for hire:
- Medium Hall
- Small Room