A community Hub for Keyham

The Community Hub welcomes residents from 11am to 4pm every weekday at Keyham Green Places Community Centre (KGP) in the heart of the Keyham community at 163, Renown Street. (For a list of the variety of activities taking place at KGP throughout the week click here.)

Having moved into a space at KGP in mid-September the Community Hub hosts workers and volunteers from local organisations who help and support residents with a variety of issues. They are also on hand to advise and listen to ideas for how Keyham can recover and strengthen as a community following the tragedy.

Debbie, alongside Nicky from the Wolseley Trust, will be on hand every day to signpost visitors to the many professional support agencies for those affected by the events in August. They will also be able to direct people to a range of community activities taking place in and around Keyham including: children and youth activities, exercise and social activities for all generations. 

The Community Hub is a new resource, and is keen to develop into what local residents want and need. Its first event, Community Voices Get Together, was held on Monday, 27th September at the 1st Keyham Scouts HQ in Knowle Avenue. More than 50 people attended and there were lots of positive discussions around future activities, support, networks and community spaces. To see some photos of the event click here. Community Voices has appeared at many subsequent events as Debbie and staff aim to collate as many residents’ opinions as possible. If you would like to make your voice heard about the future of the area please email the below address.

For all the latest information from the Community Hub visit their Facebook page

  • To get in touch phone Debbie on 07769 300 126, email plymouthtogether@plymouth.gov.uk or visit the Community Hub anytime from Monday to Friday, 11am to 4pm.
  • You can also read an interview with Debbie about the work of the Community Hub here

The Community Hub is supported by KGP, Wolseley Trust, Keyham Neighbourhood Watch and Plymouth City Council.