Rooms to Hire in the Fenland Town of March
March Community Centre is the ideal venue to hire, with a variety of rooms; halls, meeting rooms, stage, workshop, kitchen, café, (limited storage), rear garden - all set in a stunning 1910 boys grammar school.
The Centre is easily accessible as we are located in the Centre of March town (close to bus stops and train station) with plenty of free parking. Our venue can be tailored to meet your needs from corporate/social events, community groups and keep fit classes to children's birthday parties, with disabled access/facilities.
For more information and booking please contact our Centre Managers:
Michelle Naylor or Christine Sidaway
March Community Centre
34 Station Road
We host many shows such as Dance Mania, Community Spirit, Peterborough Community Orchestra, Don’t Get Your Vicars in a Twist!, Back 2 in Concert.
The CPL Trust arrange many free courses at the Centre, ranging from furniture reclaim, sewing, painting, model making to Christmas-related crafts (wreaths/cracker making) and we have a lovely display of their work in the centre.
We have many providers using the venue for courses such as the Pre-School Learning Alliance and various departments within Cambridgeshire County Council.
Regular fitness instructors provide karate (Adrenalin Martial Arts); kick boxing (Little Stars); dance (Fenland Fitness and Dance Mania); yoga (Debra Ashurst, Yoga Bellies and Peter Mullins); Pilates/pulmonary rehab/diabetic prevention/weight management/Cam Quit (Everyone Health); indoor bowls, various support groups.
We host many community groups, such as the U3A who run thirty-nine interest groups, ranging from photography, art and craft, quilting, table tennis to world faith), ELIM Pentecostal Church, The National Autistic Society, Isle of Ely Women’s Institute, Cambridgeshire County Councils Disability Day Services, Slimming World, Weightwatchers, WEA, March Dog Training Club, MADAOS, Anglian Players, Camsight, Cruse and Fenland Music Orchestra.
A defibrillator has recently been installed by the town council, with the opportunity for free training at the Centre