Welcome to Bournheath Village Community Centre

Claypit Lane, Bournheath, Worcestershire, England, B61 9LA Tel. No. 0751 672 3360

We are a friendly village hall, located next to a park which has a children's play area and plenty of open space. There are many activities which are held at the Community Centre including children's play groups, dog training, Bridge Club, yoga, talks from Worcestershire Wildlife and events organised by The Village Community Centre Committee. We are also happy to welcome new members onto our Committee, so if you are interested in joining us, please phone or email us, or come along to one of our meetings.   

The next meeting Committee Meeting is on Tuesday 4th September at 7:30pm 

The Centre is available to hire at very reasonable rates.  Please see rates under the 'Booking Information' tab. 


This page will be updated with details of any upcoming Community event, that you as villagers will be invited to attend



At the Village Gathering on Wednesday 4th July, local man David Jellie, gave a talk on photography.  David, who is a member of Bromsgrove Photographic Society, shared tips and techniques on 'keeping photography simple', using a slide show to help visualize his advice.  The feedback from the talk was very positive and the event was enjoyed by all attendees, who are looking forward to another talk to put them in the picture!

Massive CONGRATULATIONS to everyone who took part in the BUMBLE BIMBLE on Sunday 10 June and thank you to the organisers who made it a very enjoyable day for participants and supporters alike......here's looking forward to the WINTER BUMBLE BIMBLE on Sunday 2nd December 2018

Our neighbours in Fairfield have let us know what's going on in Fairfield and you may just be interested, so take a look.....

Entry Forms for Bournheath Photographic Competition are available from Angie Tel: 07737 604712

MOO MUSIC - If you are the parent of a baby or toddler, then this is for your attention.  Moo Music brings music and activity, fun and the company of like minded parents, right here to Bournheath.  Click on the 'Connections' link to the left of this page, then click on the link shown, to see a video snapshot of what is on offer for your little one.

The Village Gathering on the morning of 18th April in the Village Hall, was very successful.  Many thanks to local Historian Peter Crowe, who gave a very interesting talk.  Thanks also to Angie Barnes for bringing along an ancient document regarding the property in Dodford Road, that she and David live in.  Thanks also to Denise and David Field for bringing along an old framed photograph of their house in Fairfield Road, when it was part of the old chapel and school house properties. These items certainly added to the interest.

 Please take a look at photographs of this event in the Photographs drop-down section of this page.


The new walking group got off to a good start, last Friday (20th April) morning, with a leisurely stroll (approx 2 miles) around the Pepper Wood area, starting at Bournheath Village Community Centre.  People walked both with and without dogs and enjoyed the lovely weather.  There will be another walk in May, date yet to be confirmed.



****Thank you to everyone who turned up at the second community drop-in session.  We are learning so much about Bournheath from those who have lived in the village for a long time.  We have shared stories, laughter and ideas for future gatherings.  We look forward to seeing you at the next Community Centre gathering on Wednesday 18th Aprilfrom 10-12 - please feel free to bring along a friend or neighbour, unfortunately, as much as we love them, dogs have to stay at home***

At these sessions we will have tea/coffee/cakes, a book bank, games and a general chat about how we want see these sessions develop in the futureWhether you filled in the questionnaire in January or not, everyone is welcome to come along to these sessions and to meet your friends and neighbours in the village.  If you have any books that you would like to donate to the book bank, please bring them along with you – and, of course, you can swap a book for one that someone else has brought along.

The plan for the future is that we will generally meet on the first and third Wednesdays of the month (first Wednesday from 1.30-3.30, third Wednesday from 10-12 so that people who are only available in the morning or the afternoon can, at least, attend one session). You can come along for the whole session – we will usually aim to have a speaker and a range of activities – or just drop in for a coffee/chat/to exchange a book etc.  Due to existing bookings at the Community Centre, there will not be social gathering on Wed 15th August.

We look forward to seeing as many people as possible there – let’s all help to make Bournheath Village Community Centre a sociable and welcoming place to be!


Getting Help With Your PC & Internet Skills ¦ Catshill Online Catshill Village Hall
Contact details:
Philip Cooper
07866 805229

An opportunity has arisen for people to get help with their computer & internet skills by attending free sessions to take place at Catshill Village Hall for 1½-2hrs one afternoon a week.

Sessions will be tailored to individual needs on a 1-2-1 basis to help people do the things they need for their lives – e.g. someone coming home from hospital wanting to order groceries & prescriptions online, a club organiser needing help, somebody about to set up a business, a disabled or retired person wanting to be able to use Skype, Facebook or email, or to expand a hobby, or a jobseeker needing help with a cv - the list is endless.

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  • Facilities

     Toilets, Kitchen, Entrance hall, small meeting room, store room and wheelchair access

  • Kitchen

    Kitchen including ,oven ,fridge, dishwasher, cutlery, cups, plates & microwave

Bournheath Village Community Centre
Set in a semi rural location close to the M5 and M42 motorways, the Village Hall has one large room, with a smaller room adjoining it, together with a fully refurbished kitchen.  There is also a large car parking area to accommodate visitors cars.