The Bersted Green Learning Centre is a community learning centre located in the Trees Estate in Bognor Regis. It is available for hire by any organisations or groups offering community learning/training opportunities in the widest sense.
The centre has a confidential interview/counselling room, with a separate entrance to the main venue, a hall that will accommodate around 40 people and a fully equipped IT suite that has 8 computer terminals. The centre is accessible for disabled people and also has a kitchen suitable for light refreshments.
The Bersted Green Learning Centre is now re-open and available to hire, following the closure due to the national lockdown. However, VAAC’s involvement with the centre will be coming to an end in August. Arun will be taking over the management of the centre and we will update you further if or when we have more information.
One of our monthly Fundraiser Networking Meetings
First Aid Training September 2019
Groups that currently or have previously used the Centre include; dance groups, theatre groups, flower arranging, fitness classes, tea and chat, and art groups. It has also been used to provide training on subjects such as Health and Safety, Data Protection, First Aid, IT and Social Media.
The Centre was developed to provide a base for education and learning to the local community, in the broadest sense. So if your organisation or group would be interested in hiring it, either on an ad hoc basis or for regular sessions, contact us now for our reasonable rates.
For more information and the BGLC scale of charges please contact Chris via email or phone on 01243 840305
Newly decorated lockable room available (4m 70cm x 2m 14cm) for one organisation or shared space for hot desking / counselling within Bersted Green Learning Centre, Hazel Road, PO22 9DZ.
Use of shared kitchen and toilets, including a disabled toilet. £220pm or part thereof.
Please contact Chris via email or phone 01243 840305 for more details.
During the coronavirus crisis we have made use of our time by decorating the main hall at BGLC. Funding from the Onestop Shop helped support this work.
We are looking forward to when we can reopen and our groups can enjoy the refreshed hall.