What's On

The Community Centre aims to provide groups, clubs and events for all ages. 

As well as many local small businesses offering classes and clubs, the Centre also hosts events which will all be posted on this page. Check regularly to see what is on. 


Please note that this timetable is subject to change. Please contact all classes directly to book. Contact details are listed below. SCROLL DOWN TO FIND A COPY OF THE TIMETABLE


Hartbeeps (baby sensory & music group) www.hartbeeps.com

Tots In Sport (Sports classes for toddlers) www.totsinsport.com

Monkey Music (pre-school music classes) www.monkeymusic.co.uk

5th Paddock Wood Guides (Guide Unit) 5thpaddockwoodguides@gmail.com

Paddock Wood Rangers (Rangers Unit) pwseniorsection@outlook.com

Yoga with Anita (yoga classes) www.anitapeach.co.uk

Rei Judo Academy (Judo Club) www.reijudo.co.uk

The GAP Centre (Gymnastics and aerial classes) www.thegapcentre.com

Studio N Dance (Dance classes) www.studiondance.co.uk

Paddock Wood Youth Council (Monthly) www.paddockwood-tc.gov.uk

PWCC Events/groups - office@paddockwoodcc.com




PW Community Voices (singing for wellbeing) see Facebook

Breathless & Friends Choir (COPD singing group): See Facebook

Mobilates (Pilates for mobility & health issues) www.mobilates.com

108 Yoga (Adult yoga classes) www.108yoga.co.uk

Hotshotz Tennis www.hotshotztennis.co.uk

Great Strides (Postural stability classes for seniors) info@greatstridestogether.co.uk

Yoga with Leila (yoga for adults) www.yoginitherapy.com

Move with Ease (yoga classes for adults) www.movewithease.org.uk

Yoga with Anita (yoga classes) www.anitapeach.co.uk

Rei Judo Academy (Judo Club) www.reijudo.co.uk

Body Control Pilates (Intermediate pilates class) julia_russell21@yahoo.co.uk

Slimming World (Slimming world meeting) 

Veteran Coffee Mornings (1st Thursday of every month) See PWCC Facebook

Studio N Dance (Dance classes) www.studiondance.co.uk

Zumba -kellywzumba23@gmail.com

Bud Yoga - infobudyoga@gmail.com

Empowered by Freedom - (sound therapy) see Facebook 

Emma Therapy (meditation and mindfulness ) - www.iamemmatherapy.com

The Jungle Body (Dancing and fitness in the dark!) - www.thejunglebody.com

BIA women's only fitness  classes www.bia.coach


ADDITIONAL CLASSES & EVENTS!  - Some of these are one off's, monthly or can be prearranged.

Daisy First Aid (first aid classes) www.daisyfirstaid.com

Happy Puppy Yoga - www.happypuppyyoga.com

Completefit (Menopause talks for Women) www.completefit.co.uk

Cakeybake Cake School  (Children's cake decorating classes) www.cakeybake.co.uk

Owl & Raptor Centre -An Evening with Owls  www.owlandraptorcentre.co.uk

Breastcancer Now - Support Group - Monthly 

Tonbridge Spiritualist Church- See Facebook

 Baptist Church meets every Sunday at the Community Centre





Stay & Play Sessions

Weekly Sessions throughout the year

Stay & Play sessions are for preschoolers plus their parents and carers. 

Unfortunately we don't have the space or resources to be able to welcome school age children and to make sure that there is plenty of room to play, we have also introduced a limit of 40 children. This will be on a first come, first served basis. 

£3 per child or £5 per family. 

Childminders - £5 for 3 children + £3 for each additional child

PW Community Coffee Shop

Our community coffee shop is now open daily. 

We are very grateful to have had one of our coffee machines donated to us by Primech Building Services. With this generous donation and the kind volunteers who give up their time to serve in the coffee shop, we are able to offer great tasting, affordable coffee and cakes. We have also started to make and sell bacon and sausage baps


Our coffee beans are freshly ground and are always purchased from ethical, sustainable and charitable companies. We are currently using...

GRIND - A shoreditch company who support the reduction of coffee waste ending up in the ocean.


 Are purchased from local small business bakers Bakeaboo Bakes and Cakezilla.

 We want to support our PW cake makers with regular orders.

Bacon and Sausages

Are purchased from the Paddock Wood Pomfret Butchers,  again in order to support a local business

General opening times

Monday - Saturday 9:30am -1:30pm

These times can be dependent on the availability of volunteers and staff. The more volunteers that we have for a 2 hour shift, the more hours we can offer coffee for! So sign up if you like to chat to our local residents! 

Find Our 2024 Menu below





The Community Centre is now open to hire and classes are running.

The Tennis Courts are also open. Pay per play or join as an annual member. See the tennis page to book. 

On Sunday 3rd September 2023, we held our official opening which was a great success! MP Greg Clarke delivered a memorable speech and officially opened the building. The day was well attended and a lot of residents signed up to new groups and classes. 

We held our first Macmillan Coffee Morning on Friday 29th September 2023, with a huge amount of cake generously donated by the children of Paddock Wood Primary Academy and beautiful piano playing by students from Mascalls Academy. The morning great success and the community raised £434.11! We hope to hold another Coffee Morning again next year.

Our first Christmas Craft Fair held on Saturday 18th November, was a huge success and incredibly well attended, for which I are very grateful to our stall holders and shoppers. We plan to make this an annual event! 

In December, in partnership with Mascalls Academy and Brookside Garden Centre, the Mascalls students hosted an afternoon tea for our residents. It was fantastic! The students made and served the food and entertained their guests with music, drama and dance. Again, we hope to support this event every year. 

On 17th February we hosted a Valentine's Self Care Fundraising event. This event was held to raise funds for specialist hoist equipment to allow our users who are less mobile, to be able to join in with activities at the Community Centre. The evening focused on activities to look after the mind and soul. 

On March 23rd 2024, we held our first Easter Hunt and Easter Craft Fair. It was as successful, if not more so than our first fair! 100 children participated in the Egg hunt despite the unexpected rain and hail storm! We definitely have some very hardy children (and parents) in PW.

We were pleased to be asked that the TW Literary Festival had asked us to be part of their event! We were joined by Peter Williamson who is the illustrator for The Stitch Head books. 

Saturday 6th July - We hosted a Premier of the movie Frankenstein Legacy, starring our very own Paddock Wood Actor Philip Martin Brown. This event was raising money for Young Epilepsy with support rom The Star Inn at Matfield. All tickets were sold out and we raised £615!! 

We have many exciting events planned so please keep an eye on the website for more information.



21st July - Five Star Football Charity Football Match 

27th September - Macmillan Coffee Morning 

16th November- Annual Christmas Craft Fair


Every Wednesday - Stay & Play for 0-5 year olds 

Fundraising & Community Support

So far since opening in July 2023, we have been able to donate and raise money for:

Paddock Wood Community Food Storehouse - we collect and donate hygiene items along with Beauty Banks donations quarterly.

Macmillan Cancer Support - Our first Coffee morning supported by Mascalls Academv and Paddock Wood Primary in September 2023 raised £463!

We provide monthly refreshment donations to the Breast Cancer Now Support Group.

We support Hotshotz Tennis with their FREE Parkinson and Disability Tennis sessions.

We supply free fruit for children during school holidays and at Wednesday Stay & Play sessions. Waitrose Paddock Wood are also kindly donating fruit monthly to us. 

Our Duke of Edinburgh volunteers handed out free bananas to runners of the 2024 PW Half Marathon.

We hosted along with Hartbeeps West Kent, a Children's Christmas Party in December 2023 which raised £100 for Hospice In The Weald.

In March 2024 Mobilates, Empowered by Freedom and Women's Circle joined forces with the PWCC to raise over £1000 and with a donation from Community Catalysts, we were able to purchase an inflatable lifting cushion for the Community Centre which will allow those less mobile to join in with sessions.

The coffee shop currently have a donation box for Dementia UK.

The PW Rangers have kindly made hygiene bags for anyone who may be in need, just pop in to see us for one. 

We have a Bra Bank on the way, for donations of bras which will be recycled to raise money for Against Breast Cancer.

There is a Community Bookcase in the PWCC with free games, puzzles and books for anyone who wishes to help themselves. Donations are gratefully received from residents.

In July 2024, we hosted a screening of Frankenstein Legacy and raised £615 for Young Epilespy! 




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