Pucklechurch Community Centre

The Committee

 The Pucklechurch Community Association

Membership of the Pucklechurch Community Association (PCA) is open to anyone. As of September 2013 the annual membership fee is £1.00. Social Club members are automatically members of the Community Association. All members of the Pucklechurch Community Association can book the premises at a concessionaly rate.

Groups that use the hall regularly can on payment of an annual subscription, affiliate. Those groups all of whose members join the Community Association are called "sections".

 The Executive Committee is elected from PCA members at the AGM in May. It is comprised of up to 12 members including

  • Chairman
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Booking Secretary
  • Membership Secretary                                                                      

The Executive Committee manages the building on a day to day basis. All important decisions are taken by the Council. This is comprised of the members of the Executive Committee plus a representative from each of the affiliated and section groups. Committee meetings are held on the second Monday of every month at 8.00pm in the meeting room. Affiliate and section representatives attend quarterly, meetings then start at 7:30pm. The dates for 2016 are:

  • 11th April
  • 9th May 7:30pm (AGM)
  • 13th June
  • 11th July
  • 8th August 7:30pm
  • 12th September
  • 10th October
  • 14th November 7:30pm
  • 12th December


The members of the current Executive Committee are  


Booking Secretary

Membership Secretary   






Phil Spick
Peter Nunez       
John Kay
Karl Fuerstenberg

Jill Hayden  











Jill Conway
Jayne Hawkins

Andy Smith

Mike Reynolds
Tina Symons



The Council includes a representative from Yoga, Karate, Band, Playgroup, Star Jumpers, Zumba, Majorettes, Youth Club, Football, Flying, Folk Club, Dance, Church who are all affiliated groups. There are also representatives on the Council from Bowls, Twinning, Drama, Boxing, Cricket, Badminton who are all "section" groups and the Parish Council.