2017 brought some good news for the Bullingdon Community Association. The City Council have decided to fund a £500,000 renovation of the community centre, with the main work involving the replacement of the main hall. The hall is the original community centre, and was built in the late 1940's/early 1950s by local residents. Over the years the deteriorating condition of the hall has been a major concern for the BCA, because of leaks in the roof and cracks in one of the walls.

The community centre is used, on a regular basis, by 15 groups and around 400 people use the centre and outdoor facilities at Peat Moors every week. Since the closure of the Wood Farm Community Centre Bullingdon is the only community centre now serving the Lye Valley and Churchill wards, which have a combined population of over 15,000.

The BCA is keen to consult with user groups and the wider community about the most creative ways the funding can be used to improve the community centre. If you have ideas and want a say in the renovation contact Richard Bryant on Oxford 769263, or email richardb.bryant@ntlworld.com Our committee meets on the first Tuesday of the month at 7.30pm and the meetings are open to residents of Lye Valley and Wood Farm.

This page will be updated when we have more information available on the plans and timetable for the renovation.
 
 
 
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