As a result of the coronavirus, Snodland Community Centre shut on 20th March for all events and activities. Although the government has said that community centres will be allowed to re-open from 4th July, the guidance it has recently provided suggests that to begin with the community centre will only be opening its doors in a limited form.

Preparations are being made for the re-opening, but it is clear that for the foreseeable future a number of its regular activities will not be allowed, as to quote the government website: “The government strongly advises against community centres opening for indoor fitness and sport activity.”

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.




If you are looking for an inexpensive location, which is capable of accommodating a large number of wedding guests, Snodland  Community Centre could well be the venue for you!

The Hall can seat up to 150 guests comfortably for a sit-down meal and even more for a less formal affair. The Centre also boasts a fully-equipped kitchen and can offer advice on caterers whether you have in mind a finger buffet or a banquet!

The Hall is also large enough for you to invite those extra guests to the evening reception. With its large stage, a disco or band can entertain your  guests without taking away any space from the Hall itself.

Past hirers have found that Snodland Community Centre is an ideal location if you want the freedom to personalise your  venue to your needs.

As well as a good-sized, inexpensive hall, hirers also have access to:


If you are planning a smaller event, then why not look at our recently-opened Paddlesworth Rooms? With two distinct parts, this new facility offers a furnished carpeted area alongside a section that has wood effect flooring. With its own bar and toilets, as well as its own separate entrance from the car park, it could be just what you are looking for.

Finally, the Centre’s position on the edge of the North Downs with its panoramic views makes it an attractive and memorable setting for any wedding.

Whatever your choice, past hirers have found that Snodland Community Centre is an ideal location if you want the freedom to personalise your  venue to your needs at a price that won’t break the bank.



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