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The Brewood Community Hub

It will be open on most days and evenings of the week and for special functions on Sundays

To give feedback to Staffordshire County Council which gave a grant towards the refurbishment a former Youth Club in Brewood.  The building will now provide a range of activities for the local community. There are 2 main halls, several smaller meeting rooms, WC's including one for wheelchair users, kitchen facilities and storage space.

Update 1 March 2021 - A brief update is to let you know that the internal refurbishment will be substantially complete in week commencing Monday 8 March. Plans for equipping, managing and using the new centre are in hand, but due to COVID-19 progress will be slow. 

Update 26 March - Refurb now complete. Furniture and equipment now being installed.

Update Mid April - Fire safety measures, security and electricity certifications all in place making the building available for use. COVID restrictions will affect start dates for this. Bookings are already in hand and the best person to contact is Sue Cooper, telephone 07798 774087. 

Update Mid June - First use has been made by members of the Brewood Dementia Therapy Group. Beavers, cubs and brownies have been making use of the grassed areas and will very soon be able to meet indoors. Bookings have been made for most evenings, and other activities will commence as soon as current restrictions are lifted. 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Ian Carless
Contact Position
Executive Committee Member
Jim Cooper 07789 994814
Sue Cooper 07798 774087
2nd Brewood Scouts

Ian Carless has been main fundraiser for the project and largely responsible for management of the refurbishment work but is not involved in the running of the hub.

Jim Cooper is now the best person to contact for management and running of the new facility. Telephone as above  07789 994814

For bookings please contact Sue Cooper telephone 07798 774087 as noted above

Where to go

Brewood Community Hub
49, Deansfield Road
ST19 9HT Get Directions (This link opens in a new tab)

It is on land owned by the Group and immediately adjacent to the existing Scout Hut which will remain in use. There is a large car park which is an extremely valuable asset in Brewood where this is a significant problem. There are grassed areas around the building which are suitable for some external activities, and lighting is being provided to increase security, safety and confidence. 

Other Details


Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
TBA per session
Service is Free
Contribution may be required
A budget is not yet completed, but costs such as insurance, provision of utilities and maintenance are being established or estimated. The intention is to keep hire costs as low as possible as a way of thanking the local Community for their support in making this project a success. Some groups will be able to use the building free of formal charges but donations will be suggested. The Brewood Dementia Therapy Group is an initial example of this.


Referral required
Referral Details

Will be advised as use of the new centre develops.

Other notes

A telephone line has been connected and Broadband and Wi-Fi stations have been installed. Social media details are in hand which will be specific to the new Centre. Recognition will be made to all those who have given grants or who have contributed by giving their time and expertise on a voluntary basis. Photos have been uploaded showing examples of completed internal refurbishment.

DBS Checks

Have staff or volunteers been DBS (CRB) checked?
Last updated: 11 Jun 2021
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