Grange Park Parish Council

Great Place Positive Community

Community Centre Side

Clerk: Mrs Tracy Sampson
Grange Park Parish Office
Community Centre, School Lane
Grange Park, Northamptonshire
NN4 5FZ

Tel: 01604 702938

Hire our Facilities

Grange Park Parish Council currently own two facilities; the Community Centre located next to the local Woodland View Primary School and Foxfield Pavilion which is situated within the Country Park. Both of these facilities are available to the public for hire.

Please read on or go directly to our Facilities and Rates, or Booking Enquiry Form.

The Community Centre

View of the front of the Community Centre

The Grange Park Community Centre was officially opened in 2003 by the Duke of Gloucester. Since then it has become the focal point of our community. A wide range of activities take place at the centre on a regular basis each week, please check out our calendar of activities and come along, you're always welcome.

The main hall and small halls are available for event hire coupled with use of a kitchen, with bar and catering services which can also be provided by our Café Bar.

If you know what you're looking to book please visit our Facilities and Rates page.


Main Hall at the Community Centre

Our Main Hall offers a vast space that has been used for family parties, weddings, christenings, promotional displays, craft shows, fayres and is available for hire for your special event, it has a high vaulted ceiling with wooden flooring, contact our Parish Administrator if you would like to come along and see the venue for yourself.

Off the Main Hall is a large kitchen area available as part of the hire with a hatch through to the Hall, next to the Main Hall is our Café Bar, with views over the Bowling Green it offers a quality venue for our community, if you would like to book in please use our Booking Enquiry Form.


Small Hall at the Community Centre

The Small Hall at the Community Centre is home to our regular public Parish Council Meetings, it is also in daily use for the Pre-School and Out of School club, there is an outdoor space overlooking the Bowling Green and it is a smaller intimate venue in comparison to the Main Hall yet offers all the benefits of the Café Bar that you would expect.

If you have a group or organisation that would like to hold classes or regular meetings here please see our Facilities and Rates and then go to our Booking Enquiry Form.


Café Bar at the Community Centre

View of the inside of the Café Bar

The Café Bar was opened in 2013 and features a fully stocked bar as well as providing hot drinks and food and snacks. There is a comfortable sofa seating area with a wide screen TV as well as tables and chairs for 40 people with an outside decking area overlooking the bowling green.

It's a popular venue for disco's, party's, meetings and a lunchtime coffee break, with free wi-fi the Café Bar is a great place to soak up the relaxed atmosphere with a snack while 'working from home'. The Café Bar adjoins the main hall to extend it's use to cater for larger events, meetings, weddings and party's.

If you have a special event you'd like to hold here please contact our Café Bar Manager.


Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA)

If you're looking for a versatile court that allows you to play a wide range of sports, our MUGA is the ideal choice. Located between the community centre and primary school it is currently used by WVPS, the GP Youth Club and local football clubs, by adults, children and teen age groups.

It has a flexible surface and is a full court size enclosed by a fenced area with built in goal posts and nets making it easier to keep the ball in play for various types of sports, such as football, basketball or tennis. There is evidence that Multi-Use Games Areas reduce anti social behaviour and increase fitness.

If you would be interested in evening or weekend hire please see our Facilities and Rates and then visit our Booking Enquiry Form.


Bowling Green at the Community Centre

The Wootton Grange Bowling Club during the bowling season regularly holds friendly meets and competition events on the bowling green adjacent to the Community Centre, it has changing facilities and disabled access. With the bowling green having direct access to the Café Bar it is a great attraction for visitors and a proud centre piece to Grange Park.

The Green is managed by the Bowling Club if you would like to join in please contact the organisers.


Foxfield Pavilion

View of the front of Foxfield Pavilion

The Foxfield Pavilion opened in 2010 after 4 years in planning and construction, made possible thanks to South Northamptonshire Council obtaining a £400,000 grant from Prologis and the Parish Council securing match funding from the Football Foundation.

Demand for the boardroom, hall and playing fields is high due to being home for Grange Park Rangers FC and Grange Park Cricket Club. With regular groups including 'Tony Walkers Own' Scouts, Cubs and Beavers with Dance and Zumba classes too.


The Hall at Foxfield Pavilion

The Hall at the Pavilion is a convenient size for regular group meetings or a one off session, it has a hatch to join through to the kitchen area for a catered event. There are excellent views over the football and cricket pitch at the Country Park.

If you have a group or organisation that would like to hold classes or regular meetings here please see our Facilities and Rates.

If this venue appeals to you and you would like to hear more please contact us or go straight to our Booking Enquiry Form.


The Boardroom at Foxfield Pavilion

The Boardroom at The Foxfield Pavilion offers an impressive space for your next business meeting, it has views over the Country Park and is a comfortable size with clean efficient furnishings. It is located in a secure, quiet corner of the Pavilion with access to the kitchen and car park as standard.

If you have a regular or one off need to meet and discuss in our Boardroom please use our Booking Enquiry Form and we will endeavour to fulfil your requirement.


Allotments

The Allotments for our Parish are located on Lark Lane, they are managed by the Lark Lane Allotments Association. To compliment the approximately 50 plots the area has two playparks for children, a site shop and a toilet block.

It is a tranquil, well maintained, secure site with plenty of off road parking.

If you are interested in an allotment plot or for any other related enquires please contact them directly by emailing llagrangepark@gmail.com


If you are interested in any of our facilities please contact our Parish Administrator, or our Café Bar Manager, or use our Booking Enquiry Form.