About Horwich Community Centre

Horwich Community Centre is a vibrant and welcoming community centre in the heart of Horwich and is easily accessible with good walking and public transport links and parking nearby. It is fully accessible with all rooms all on ground floor. Since 2018, Horwich Community Centre has undergone refurbishment to modernise rooms and update facilities.

The Centre has something for everyone. Our wide range of facilities offers a huge number of classes and activities, from sports and exercise to courses, workshops, support groups, children’s groups and Citizens Advice Bolton.

There are classes for most ages and abilities, usually without the need for membership fees or annual sign-up so there is something for everyone.

We will be working with partnerships such as Bolton CVS and Bolton Council to be able to provide free activities for children, young people and other groups and to schedule monthly film screenings.

The Centre now has over 10,000 users a year and hosts a regular schedule of around 25 different activities each week, including art, languages, Citizens advice, children’s groups and a range of sports, martial arts and exercise classes.


To foster strong community cohesion within the Horwich area whilst providing a comfortable community facility which helps promote the education, health and wellbeing of the residents through social and economic regeneration.

The aims of the organisation are:

  • To provide a facility for the purpose of meetings and activities which are of:
  • Social, educational, cultural, welfare and artistic nature for the community of Horwich.
  • To promote and establish voluntary, community, supporting and recreational activities
  • Hiring of the premises shall be open to any organisation whose work or activities are beneficial to the future development of the community of Horwich.
  • Maintain a financially sustainable organisation that will remain active in the community for many years to come.
  • Improve access for local people to services and amenities that they need.
  • forming mutually beneficial relationships with community members, community groups, public and private sector organisations to deliver our vision and stay on purpose.
  • treating all people equitably and well regardless of their background and lifestyle


Whatever you want to do in the community, get in touch or pop in to see us.

Support and assistance:

Staff are employed and paid by Horwich Town Council however the Horwich Community Centre is self-financing and is required to cover all of its running costs from room rental income. The rental income is also used to provide services and support for the benefit of the residents such as Citizens Advice Bolton, Parent and Toddler drop-in sessions and Community Coffee mornings.

Our Events

We have lots of different clubs, groups and societies for everyone and the centre hosts many activities, events and functions suitable for all age groups.

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