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Since re-opening in 2009 after our refurbishment, over 100 different groups have used the premises on a regular or occasional basis. Activities in the community centre cater for the needs of children, families, the mature and elderly, the disadvantaged and those of any age seeking recreational pursuits.

Our own church user groups are shown elsewhere on the Youth and Activities pages. Examples of other regular users are shown below. They may all be contacted via the church office:
Telephone 01296 426526
Email: office@aylesburymethodists.org.uk.

ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION TIMES LINKS/ More information
Aylesbury Child Contact Centre Provides a safe place for children to meet with parents with whom they no longer live after relationship breakdown Meet 1st and 3rd Saturday each month, 10am — 3pm Co-ordinator — Lianne Corben 07722 036873 www.naccc.org.uk
Aylesbury Deaf Coffee Morning Club This is for deaf people to meet up for relaxation and chats. People can learn sign language and about deaf awareness. Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesdays each month, 10.30-1.30pm Email: helen.salomone@virgin.net
Aylesbury Talking Newspapers Provides a comprehensive local news service to blind and partially sighted people by producing weekly audio cassettes of stories from the local newspaper. Records on Wednesdays 5-8pm www.tnf.org.uk
Bucks Adult Learning Teaching English As a Second Language to clients from many cultural backgrounds Classes are Monday to Thursday 9.45-2.15pm
Bucks Falls Prevention Service Classes to help especially senior citizens to get fit and avoid falls — 2 to 3 different classes Wednesday 11.30 — 1.30pm
Cards for Good Causes Charity Christmas card shop raising funds for 36 UK charities 10-4pm, Monday to Saturday November — December www.cardsforcharity.co.uk
Concerts The church can seat 300 for services, music and other concerts and events, such as the Aylesbury Festival Choir, the Annual Organ Concert and the organ-accompanied Silent Film evenings. See weekly notices and publicity for details
Monday Contact Club A weekly meeting place providing activities, and lunch for people with early signs of dementia Mondays 10-3.30pm
NHS Blood & Transplants Blood donor sessions for the general public Variable dates and times www.nhsbt.nhs.uk
Sees The Day A day centre for people with learning difficulties, helping them to integrate into the community, be more independent and maybe have some work experience Monday — Friday 9.30 — 4pm www.seestheday.org.uk
Strength & Stability Class Advanced class helping falls prevention Wednesday 10-11am
Talkback/Nclude A group for people with learning difficulties Tuesdays 12.30 — 3.30pm www.talkback-uk.com/nclude