Highfield Community Centre was opened on the 31st January 1970 By Reginald Freeson ESQ., MP. Parliamentary Secretary to The Ministry of Housing & Local Government.
The Chairman back on the 1st January 1993 said that the lease being finally handed to Highfield Community Centre would mean a fast learning experience, managing the day to day responsibilities and keeping this important building open and available to local people.
On the 22nd March 1993 Highfield Community Centre became a Registered Charity (No:1018758)
It is now run by Highfield Community Association, for the benefit of all Highfield residents.
The Centre consists of a large hall, several meeting rooms, a bar area, café and a full sized, well laid out kitchen
Events and activities are run daily and all facilities are competitively priced and represent reasonable cost, for private functions or for organised activities.
For the use of the community there is a a superb hall, which without restrictions (Covid), holds 200 people. There are seats available for 174 people.
An example of a party package, use of main hall, kitchen and dining area on a Saturday - 3 hour hire £70 (plus a refundable damage deposit). An evening package on a Saturday 6pm to 11.45 is £195 (plus refundable damage deposit).