The community centre in the centre and heart of the community in Lymington! Read below about the Malt Cinema and Theatre; eating and drinking; further education, leisure and activity classes, room hire facilities and the Community Association
There is a thriving pre-school; you can get married in a civil ceremony; and sign up for a myriad of further education classes including the Lymington Centre's own classes and those run in partnership with Brockenhurst College.
There is also a long list of affiliate clubs which you can contact here: https://lymingtoncommunity.com/clubs-affiliates/
Now fully refurbished including brand new digital projector and upgraded surround sound system, the Malt Cinema Lymington’s venue for film & theatre. Find out what’s coming up…and book early online to avoid disappointment!
The cafe is open every weekday and Saturday mornings serving all kinds of teas, coffee and hot chocolate, sandwiches and snacks including something a little more substantial for lunchtime like a baked potato
For more information including current menu click here: https://lymingtoncommunity.com/cafebar/
The Centre welcomes people of all ages, life stages, and interests!
There's more information here about the Centre itself and its facilities.
For details of the current fundraising campaign to renovate and modernise the Centre please see https://www.lymington.com/lymington/126-charitable/1367-lymington-centre-fundraising-2019
Anybody able to offer help in any capacity with this challenge is warmly invited to contact the Centre!
Anybody who would simply like to make a donation can do so by clicking the Just Giving link: https://www.justgiving.com/lymingtoncommunityassociation
The Lymington Community Association is a charity (number 301880), run by a Board of Trustees, elected at the Annual General Meeting. Officers are duly elected from the Trustees. The Board meets regularly throughout the year. Working groups are formed to assist on specific projects as and when necessary. The Centre is open every day except Sundays and Public Holidays. Normal opening hours are from 9.00am to 10.30pm, but programme variations may give rise to changes in these times.The Lymington Centre is run by the Association, non profit making and self-funding. The Centre site, premises and equipment are privately owned by the Association. The Centre is not funded by either Lymington and Pennington Town Council or the New Forest District Council. The Lymington Centre now provides 20 meeting rooms of various sizes which are available to rent on a regular or one off basis. The Fuller/McLellan Hall is a popular venue for parties, public meetings and monthly club events. Dance classes are regularly held in the Phoenix and Wellington Rooms. .