Facilities

The Great Barr Community Hub is an eco-friendly, modern and safe community meeting place. The Hub is suitable for all members of the community with disabled access being a key feature.

There are a number of room's available for hire, take a look at the below links for a guided tour of our building:

The Main hall at the Hub is a large bright space, perfect for sports or activity groups and is also a brilliant space for an event. It is flooded with natural light through the large skylights, enhancing the airy and bright ambience.

The hall has seating capacity for 100 people and is a large multipurpose area for youth activities, exercise classes, large meetings, clubs and community events.

The hall is also equipped with tables and chairs for both adults and children and a state of the art sound system.

The conference Room is situated on the mezzanine floor and is the larger of the two meeting rooms.

It is ideally suited for conferencing, board meetings or large training sessions for up to 30 people. It also has a large white board, overhead projector and large flat screen TV with DVD player. The conference room can be configured to meet your class or training requirements.

The meeting room at the Hub is situated on the ground floor of the building and can comfortably seat eight people. This is an excellent room for small training sessions, committee meetings, or informal gatherings.

The Hub has a fully equipped kitchen, complete with a large cooker and hob, hot water urn's, kettles, microwave, dishwasher, fridge and a serving hatch into the main hall.

It is also supplied with plates, bowls, cutlery, mugs and glasses and we also have a selection of re-useable plastic plates and cups for children.

If you would like to book the Hub for your group or event please visit our contact us page and complete the online form.

The car park facilities at the Hub are currently being developed, so car parking at times can be a bit tricky. We are currently working towards raising sufficient funds to develop the area, which as you can imagine as a non for profit group run by volunteers is no easy task. We ask users of the Hub not to park along Vicarage Drive, as this is a private road and can cause road safety hazards to users of the Hub as the pavement can be blocked.