Lostwithiel Community Centre
Lostwithiel Community Centre
Lostwithiel Community Centre is the heart of many of the activities that take place in this bustling town. From Beer and Cider festivals, Toy Fairs and Craft Fairs to musical and theatrical events as well as private parties and weddings, the Centre offers a venue for all occasions, including Cornwall's longest running monthly Antiques Fair.
Centre rooms and facilities can be hired at a very reasonable rate, with special concessions for charitable organisations, and for local community groups. A large adjacent car park makes access easy and the centre also offers excellent wheelchair and disabled access and facilities.
The Centre hosts a busy programme of regular events and is also home to many local groups from Toddlers right through to the Memory Café! For dates of forthcoming events see this calendar
All groups and events at the Centre are listed in the monthly Lostwithiel Newsletter, which also carries news and details of many other events, activities and services throughout the town and surrounding area. It’s available free from the Centre, and other stockists in town and around, and also by email and on-line via this link
Cafe at the Centre
Enjoy delicious homemade breakfasts, lunches and indulgent cake. Oh, and proper coffee too. There are plenty of tables inside or sit in the community garden outside.
- 8.30am - 4pm weekdays
- closed on Saturdays (at the moment)
- Sundays 9am - 2pm
The Cafe uses local ingredients where possible.
Dog-friendly! Well behaved dogs - and their owners - are welcome.
High-speed broadband connection and wi-fi connection make this a useful place for plugging in your laptop (available to cafe customers).
A Pop-Up Post Office operates in the Community Centre on Mondays 2:30pm to 5:30pm and Thursdays 10:00am to 1:00pm.
The service, which is being provided by Menheniot postmaster Gary Walters, offers personal banking for all major banks and business banking for all banks except Lloyd's and TSB.
The Community Centre carries a range of free information leaflets, maps and guides for activities and places to visit for all ages and tastes, plus local transport information. There is a noticeboard with details of local events and services.
The Community Centre is the ideal starting point for visitors wishing to make the most of their stay in the area. If you’re just here for the day, there’s a useful street plan and Lostwithiel Guide available free at Reception.
The weekly guided Heritage Walks, organised by Lostwithiel Museum, restart on Monday 1st April 2019 and will continue until Monday 28th October 2019. Walks will start from outside the Community Centre at 11.00am & last until approx 12.30pm. No prior booking is needed. The cost per adult is £3.50. There is no charge for children but they must be accompanied by an adult. A Town Walk will help you get the most out of your visit to this historic town.