STOP PRESS: See pics from the recent Bonfire Night event by clicking here.
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Every Monday at noon hot food is available from the Community Hub at Keyham Green Places Community Centre, 163 Renown Street. A marquee in the Keyham Green Places gardens hosts the lunchtime event and everyone is welcome to pop in for a winter warmer and a natter.
Most Mondays the Community Hub hosts a free, early afternoon themed drop-in event. Everyone is welcome to come along, ask questions and chat with the experts.
December 6 Christmas Craft Session run by Keyham Krafties. (1pm – 3pm)
December 20 Cuppa with a Cop with the Keyham Community Policing Team (1pm – 2pm) and Christmas Craft Session run by Keyham Krafties. (1pm – 3pm)
December 21 Family Craft Session at St Thomas Church in Keyham with mince pies and alcohol-free punch (noon – 2pm)
December 22 Keyham Christmas Football Session with Plymouth Argyle’s Premier League Kicks coaches at Barton Avenue/ Keyham Green Places (1pm to 3pm)
Pop Up Community Hub
The Pop Up Community Hub visits local schools, groups and organisations in a bid to engage with and hear from the community about what residents would like to see happen in the Keyham area.
If you are interested in the Pop Up visiting you, or would like more details about any of the above, then contact Debbie Burton at Debbie.Burton@plymouth.gov.uk or call her on 01752 306 521. You can also visit the Community Hub anytime from Monday to Friday, 11am to 4pm.
Recent events held at the Hub included a Superhero Halloween Event and Bonfire Night which attracted many families to Keyham Green Places. Schoolchildren at Keyham Barton Catholic Primary school designed posters on a superhero theme to promote the Halloween event and you can see the top three here. Congratulations to: Ysobel (Year 5) for her first place ‘Super Pumpkinhead’; Arabella (Year 4) for her second place ‘Emergency Superheroes’; and Sienna (Year 4) for her third place entry ‘Happy Hero’.
Parents and children were then able to see an exhibition of all those fabulous, heroic photos along with live music and theatre, lantern making, crafty activities and the joys of hot soup at the Bonfire Night event where local superhero Mark Omrod judged the pictures taken for a best costume prize. To see photos from the event click here.
The Community Hub is supported by KGP, Wolseley Trust, Keyham Neighbourhood Watch and Plymouth City Council.