New for 2014

Art Display- 

In the cafe

For 4 weeks starting on 7 February ~ Come along and see the work of local artists from the Moor Lane Studio Study Group

Silver Song Box-

a new friendship group with a musical twist -1.00 -2.30, with snack lunches available from 12 noon. See "What's on - What's new" for more details.

Work Club- 

Unfortunately this service has been temporarily suspended, though computer skills help is still available to the unemployed every Thursday through our Oaken Grove Surfers Scheme

Facilities for hire -

We have well equiped meeting rooms and a conservatory for hire suitable for:-

* Children's parties

* Family celebrations

* Meetings

* Seminars

* Social activities

* Clubs

Come and visit the Centre and see what we have to offer or contact the  Manager, to arrange a visit: tel 01904 769176

Lottery Funded

Welcome to Oaken Grove  

Friendly community facilities for all in Haxby & Wigginton Centre providing

Please note change of office opening hours at Oaken Grove: we are now open Monday to Thursday 10.00am to 3.00pm and Fridays 10.00am to 1.00pm.

As usual the Centre is available every day of the week ~ mornings, afternoons and evenings for our many activities and for hire.

We're delighted to announce that you will be welcomed by our staff - Catherine Prince and Ellie Tillotson - who will be pleased to help you with any queries and to take bookings.

Youth Clubs 

Wednesday Youth Club (7.00 - 9.00pm) & Thursday In2Acting (5.15 - 6.45 & 7.00 - 9.00pm) are open.

New members welcome on both evenings.


Snacks are available termtime ~

Mondays: 12 - 1.00

Fridays: 10.30 - 12.30

Lunches each week on ~

Tuesdays: 11.30 - 1.00

Still Available 

Copies of the book "Every Picture tells a Story" ~ some recollections of Youth & Community work in Haxby & Wigginton - by Eddie Benson.

A few copies still remain and may be purchased from the office at oaken Grove Community Centre at £10 per copy.

Recent News

Thanks to a successful bid to the Big Lottery Fund "Awards for All" we have recently installed automatic opening doors to the main entrance, making our Centre even more easily accessible to wheelchairs and pushchairs. In addition a side window has been converted to an automatic door, giving direct access to our lovely garden - ideal for parties and barbeques.

Thanks to a grant from the local Methodist Church Scarecrow Festival, an external ramp from the garden door allows easy access to the patio for everyone.

Trustees Dave Wells and Hazel Stevens opening the new doors into the garden, with Kevin, an admin volunteer, ready to try out the new facility.