Update for Members

The Trustees have recently voted to extend the 2019-20 membership until further notice, and renewals and Affiliation applications will be processed when the Centre re-opens. 

This means that your membership is continuous until we are able to process updates. If you were an Individual Member or an Affiliated Group during 2019- 20 you remain so. If you have paid new fees for 2020-21, or returned paperwork by post, it will be safely held in the Royal Mail system and will be dealt with when we are able to re-open and access the mail.




New Class Starting at the Centre 23rd January 2017


Meet new people, have a good giggle, feel energised and at this low impact, gentle-paced Zumba Gold session!

It's 45 minutes of foot-tapping, hand-clapping and laughter with Latin-inspired & international rhythms from around the world followed by delicious tea & biscuits and a chance to socialise at Christine's Community Cafe!

This class can be done seated or standing  and is suitable for wheelchair users.

£3.50 per session every Monday 1.15pm

Call Margaret on 07899 938 425 to find out more!



We would like to thank Richard Seals of Cavalry Design, for designing our new logo. Richard is Chair of the Self Help Group for People Who Stammer, and represents this affiliated group on our Members' Support Group. Richard is also designing our new stationery, banners etc. If you are able to volunteer any simple help or expertise in support of the Community Centre, please get in touch with the office about joining the Members' Support Group. The Community Centre is run by our two administrators, with the support of Sherwood Community Association CIO, consisting of the Trustees Committee and the Member's Support Group, who are all volunteers.


Sherwood Community Centre 60th Anniversary
On 11 July 2010, an Open Day was held to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of Sherwood Community Centre.  Demonstrations and workshops were put on by groups who meet at the Community Centre. A Treasure Hunt and Bouncy Castle  were available for children’s entertainment.

Sherwood Community Centre is run by Sherwood Community Association Committee (Registered Charity) and we would welcome any volunteers who would like to become involved in organising events and fundraising, or who could simply give a little time to Reception duties, helping visitors to find their way.


 Toilet Fund

We are hoping to
raise money to renovate the toilets.
Donations of books and bric-a-brac will be
gratefully received.


Woodthorpe Grange Park Walk

Meeting Place:
Sherwood Community Centre on Mansfield road every Monday at 10.30am.

 Easily accessible by bus or car. Car parking available.

  Woodthorpe Grange is a 19th century Grade II listed manor which sits amidst a
mix of landscapes and includes formal gardens and innovative train
sculpture at the entrance to the old railway bridge.
The walk has varied inclines and some steep steps.

Easy to Moderate

 Walk Length:
Between 1.5 – 2 miles

60 mins (approx.)

 Walk leader: David