Where and When
The Norton Parish Centre is situated to the eastern side of the Norton Parish Church car park situated in Common View. The building was originally built as a mission church from Norton St Nicholas approximately a mile away in Norton Village just before the first world war.
Main Hall during Parish Breakfast on a Sunday morning
More than a Parish Centre
Beyond the main Church buildings of the parish, the Parish Centre is where much of the activity within our community takes place. As well as hosting church events from post-service parish breakfast to fundraising events, it is also hope to a number of groups and societies that use the hall as a base.
Offering both the large main hall and the smaller but spacious Clulow Room for smaller gatherings, the Parish Centre is an ideal venue for many types of activity. This is especially true since the main hall was refurbished in August 2011, making it an even nicer and safer setting for:
- Children's parties, from toddlers to early teens
- Society meetings, both large and small
- Fundraising events
- Business space for away days, team building
- Activity groups such as dancing or badminton
Both halls are supported by a kitchen facilty, which means that you have somewhere to serve food and drink from and, more importantly, means that you are never far from a cup of tea!
The Clulow Room is perfect for smaller events, meetings and presentations. The central partition allows for really small events too!