The Greasby Centre
The Greasby Centre (formerly "Greasby Community Centre") is at the heart of Greasby Village and is run mainly by unpaid members of the community to provide facilities for recreational and leisure activities.
Greasby Community Association took over the management of the Centre from Wirral Council in May 2012 and signed a 99 year lease. We continue to improve and update our facilities, and encourage further development to enhance our village. This is your local community centre; we want you to use it and be proud of it.
Greasby Community Centre was built in 1984, replacing an ageing building on Arrowe Road. It is a purpose-built single-storey building, consisting of two halls (main and small), a kitchen, office, store room, entrance lobby and toilets (male, female and disabled). It has car parking space for three vehicles immediately adjacent to it, and further free parking very close by. In addition it is ideally situated for public transport links, the local shops, library and Greasby Health Centre.
Although over 25 years old, the Centre has been maintained to a high standard, and continuously improved. For example there is level access throughout. Automatic doors provide full access for the mobility-impaired. The toilets have been modified for full disabled access and floors, heating and security have all been upgraded.
The range of activities we can support is demonstrated by the weekly timetable of activities- sporting, discussion, exercise, children's groups, hobbies, public meetings etc. If you would like to use the building at very reasonable charges feel free to discuss possibilities with Carol , our Centre Manager.