13 05, 2024

Our second Repair Cafe, Saturday 11th May

May 13th, 2024|

Another fantastic morning, here at Greyfriars Community Centre with the #ringwoodrepairecafe! Our community are incredible!  There were another 22 repairs looked at by our team! Lots and lots of happy faces. Keep your eyes peeled for the next date.

8 05, 2024

Flamin Ukes at Greyfriars

May 8th, 2024|

A huge thank you to the Flamin Ukes for an amazing concert last Friday evening! All raising funds for Greyfriars, the evening certainly went with a swing! Our thanks also go to Noreen and Rita for the hosting the bar and Pam Brown for these great photos!  

29 04, 2024

Our first Ringwood Repair Cafe! Sunday 28th April

April 29th, 2024|

Ringwood Repair Café's first session went ahead Sunday 28th April and it was a huge success.  Lots of repairs were completed much to everyones delight and many people said they'd have to find something else to bring along to another café event! Talking of which, the next repair café event will be on Saturday 11th

29 04, 2024

Murder Mystery Evening Saturday 27th April.

April 29th, 2024|

What an incredible evening we had last Saturday at our Murder Mystery event! We extend a huge thanks to The Burley Players for delivering exceptional entertainment, and, of course, to all our outstanding staff and volunteers. Without them, events like this wouldn't be possible! Everyone had a fantastic time, indulging in delicious food, mingling

15 04, 2024

Our Book Sale April 2024

April 15th, 2024|

We had such a wonderful event this past Saturday! Have a look at our pictures to see if you can spot yourself or someone you know. Thank you, to you, our wonderful community for coming along and supporting today’s event! The atmosphere was buzzing, the centre was packed and everyone was having a great time

14 12, 2023

Sad News

December 14th, 2023|

A Sad Farewell Many of your readers will be familiar with one of Ringwood’s landmark trees. Situated on the corner of Greyfriars Community Centre in Ringwood this beautiful Blue Atlas Cedar has graced the local landscape for many years. Some five years ago we sadly discovered that it was suffering from a fungal infection which

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