Community Centre

Community rooms and offices for hire at

Hayle Community Centre
58 Queensway
Hayle TR27 4NX

We have four rooms available for public use:

Room 1 (capacity: 4 – 5 people)
Room 7 (capacity: 40 – 50 people)
Room 8 (capacity: 20 – 25 people)
Assembly Room (capacity: 15 – 20 people)

Bookings for the hire of accommodation at the Community Centre can currently only be made via the Hayle Town Council office.

All rooms are booked for 4-hour periods, being:

Morning Session (approx 9am a�� 1pm)
Afternoon Session (approx 1pm a�� 5pm)
Evening Session (approx 5.30pm a�� 9.30pm)

Subject to demand, it may be possible at the discretion of Hayle Town Council to vary these timings slightly. A�Rooms are available seven days a week.

Public wirelessA�broadband access is usually available, but please note that it cannot be guaranteed.

If you are interested in a casual or long term booking, please phone 01736 755005 between 9.30am and 12.30pm, Monday to Friday, and ask for Caroline. A�Alternatively email with your details of your request.

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Tenants and Users Handbook
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