Looking for rooms to hire in March?
March Community Centre is the ideal venue choice for any event, with disabled access, an adaptable range of rooms to meet your requirements, halls, stage, workshop, kitchen, café, and some storage space.

It is easily accessible, located in the centre of town, with plenty of free parking. We can tailor the space to meet your needs from corporate/social events, community groups and keep fit classes to children's birthday parties.

Price list pricing 2018.pdf

For more information and booking please contact our Centre Managers:

Christine Sidaway and Michelle Naylor
March Community Centre
34 Station Road,
March,
PE15 9HH
Email: march.communitycentre@cambridgeshire.gov.uk
Telephone: 01354 750383 or 01354 750384

You can also find us on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/marchcommunitycentre


We have recently hosted the shows, Dance Mania, Community Spirit, Peterborough Community Orchestra and Don’t Get Your Vicars in a Twist! 

The CPL Trust have had many free courses on, 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.

Pre-School Learning Alliance and Cambridgeshire County Council Adult Learning and Skills lead courses, such as photography, art and craft, computing and independence skills for adults with learning disabilities.

Regular fitness instructors provide karate (Adrenalin Martial Arts); dance (Fenland Fitness and Dance Mania); yoga (Debra Ashurst and Peter Mullins); Pilates/pulmonary rehab/diabetic prevention/weight management (Everyone Health); and indoor bowls.

We host many community groups, such as the U3A (a group of retired/semi-retired people, who run thirty-nine interest groups, ranging from photography, art and craft, quilting, table tennis to world faith etc.), ELIM Pentecostal Church, Vicki Mason’s ‘Sing Your Heart Out’, 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 additional opportunity for free training to facilitate the use of this equipment.

March Community Centre has a friendly, warm atmosphere and has kept its
charm from when it served as the March Boys Grammar School. We even have a large colony of rare, protected bats on site, who are monitored by Cambridge University!