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Cottenham Community Centre - classes and activities

All activities in main hall unless marked ‘studio’ or 'coffee shop'
Mucky Pups 10.00 to 11.00 ; Adult Ballet (term time in studio) 10-11am for beginners (if sufficient demand) and 11-12 (Times may change) reserve a place;   NEW Beginners Pilates 12.15 to 13.15; ; Children’s dance 16.00 to 18.00 (NEW  on 8 Jan taster, for drama only, for 8-13 year olds at 5.00 to 5.45) ; Zumba 7-8pm. Contact Jo Kinser;  NEW BarreConcept 6.30-7.30pm and 7.30-8.30pm (studio) from February 2018  contact ; Community Navigators 2-3pm in the Coffee shop every other Monday –

Yoga 10-11.30am; Pilates Explore mixed ability 10.15 – 11.15 and 11.30 – 12.30 (studio); all Pilates classes are pay as you go, Miranda de Vries;
Fitsteps for adults 8.15 – 9.15pm

Little Humbugs (singing and music for babies and toddlers) 10.30-11.30am, £2.50;; Whirl and Twirl 7-10
CCC Knitting group in coffee shop from 10 am – just come along and enjoy helping others.
Photography club Ist Wed of month at 7pm in coffee shop

Ready Steady Play (Early Years) 10-11am; Adult Ballet (term time in studio) 10-11am and 11-12 (Times may change) reserve a place ; NEW Tatty Bumpkin yoga (for age 1-4) 11.15 to 12.15 (block book or drop in) ; Craft community group (not 2nd Thursday of month) 1.00 o 2.30pm and ; Cambs Hearing Help 2-4pm every second Thursday of month.; Zumba 6-7 Contact Jo Kinser; NEW Pilates Stand to Strength (studio) 6.15 -7.00pm; Mixed Ability Pilates Explore 7.00-8.00pm (studio). All Pilates/Stretchercise queries to; NEW Pregnancy Yoga 7.30 to 9.00

Yoga (studio) short terms only 10.00-11.30am,;  Mixed Ability Pilates Explore 9.45-10.45am; FlexAware (studio) 11.35am-12.35pm;  All Pilates/Stretchercise/Yin Yoga queries to;  
NEW alternate Fridays term time Toy Library 11.15 to 12.45

NEW time 4th dimension Dance classes 10.00am and 11.00 am and  NEW class on 13 Jan a taster for drama and music for 4-6 year olds at 1145 to 12.30)

Saturday and Sunday
For Colour Awareness workshops, Defibrillator and First Aid training, bookings;  Dads Play 10.30-11.30 (2nd Saturday of month);
Arts Night in coffee shop, 7.30-9.30pm (2nd and 4th Sundays); The Roost (in coffee shop and main hall 3rd Sunday) 3.00-4.30pm; Community Cinema usually First Sunday of the month 7.30pm and sometimes, for families, 2.30pm. Information from website: or

New Community Activity?
Do you have an idea for a community activity that needs access to a room or hall but can’t get off the ground because of uncertainty over income to cover room hire?
Cottenham Community Centre would like to hear from you. We have space available a lot of the time and although we charge for using these facilities, we are keen to encourage community activities and would be flexible towards organisations looking to try out new community projects.
If you would like to know more, including our improvement plans for 2018 please contact Mike Smith on or 01954 251915
    1. Room Hire

There are three rooms (main hall, studio, coffee shop) for hire at the Cottenham Community Centre for new activities or parties. Full food catering and/or a bar can be provided. The hall is also great for businesses to use for training or meetings. Full entertainment licence etc held. See the website or email

Volunteers wanted
1 Become part of the team at the coffee shop, meet people and improve your skills. Weekly or less regular volunteers welcomed.
2 become a member of CCC and help ensure that this popular community centre continues to be a major focus of Fen Edge life or maybe consider becoming a trustee yourself.

Come in and enjoy a fantastic scone, cake or lunch.  The coffee shop has celebrated its first very successful 5 years!

Coffee shop opening times are 10am–4.30 Monday; 10am–2pm Tuesday to Saturday (except bank holidays, Christmas and late August).

The coffee shop will close for food and drinks for the Christmas break at 2pm on Friday 22 Dec 2017 and Re-open on Wednesday 3 January  2018.

For more information about volunteering contact or phone 01954 202109 during opening hours Charity Number 1128604


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