As a result of the coronavirus, Snodland Community Centre shut on 20th March for all events and activities. Since 23rd July, the community centre has been opening its doors in a limited form for a few regular users. The centre has taken a number of steps to make the building more Covid-secure, which have been communicated to all users.

Also, with the government’s regulations forbidding people to meet in large groups, as demonstrated by their refusal to allow normal wedding receptions, it is clear that Snodland Community Centre will be unable to take bookings for children and adult parties until the pandemic is much more under control. 

We look forward to the time when we can all meet up again and get back to normal. Please keep an eye on this website for any updates. In the meantime, stay safe.


Contact Us

Bookings & Enquiries


The booking number is 07714998127. 


Email enquiries:



picture of a phoneThe Committee


The Association is run by a Management Committee, which meets every six weeks. The committee consists of representatives of the member organisations as well as an equal number of volunteers from the local community.

The elected officers for 2018-19 are:


Thanks are due to the late Anne Moloney for her efforts over the last decade on behalf of the Association and as Membership Secretary in particular. Also, to Peter Misy, who for many years offered his services to the Centre. His knowledge of building meant that the Association received considerable advice and practical help in that area. He was the architect behind the improvements undertaken in 2014. He was also the Treasurer. He will be greatly missed.


The Trustees

As a charitable organisation ( 281788), Snodland Community Association has three active trustees:

Thanks are due to Ron Martin, who has recently retired as trustee after many years in that role. Also, to Eric Barton, who was one of the original members of the Management Committee before the community centre was even built and who latterly served as a trustee. He sadly passed away in January 2019.


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