Our Community Centre provides a fantastic venue at the heart of our village for us all to use, whether to hire the committee room, or book the hall or the Great Meadow for a special event or activity. Come along for tea, homemade cakes and a chat at the Centre Café on a Thursday afternoon, visit the Library, or attend a Parish Council meeting. A large parking area and toilet and changing room facilities are available. We also provide free WiFi. A wheelchair is available for hirers use whilst in the centre. Please make use of our bottle, shoe and clothing recycling banks located in the Community Centre car park.
For general enquiries or to hire the hall or committee room, please see the Centre hire page.
The hall is approximately 160m², and can hold up to 160 people. Facilities include tables and chairs, a large stage, cinema screen, built in overhead projector, lighting and sound systems.
The kitchen / committee room
Our refurbished kitchen has modern stainless steel units, and facilities include an oven, large griddle plate, hot water dispenser, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and large sink unit. The committee room (within the kitchen area) is also available to hire as a meeting room.
Current service summary 21 July 2021 – Customers can now browse following social distancing guidelines, use the normal reservation service and our popular Select and Collect service. Access will continue to comply with all governmental safety laws and regulations. Staff and customer safety remains our priority.
If you need assistance, contact our customer service team and they will be happy to help you. Email or phone us on 01473 351249.
We will continue to review our service provision in light of governmental advice.
Opening times (updated 21 July 2021)
Sunday and Monday closed
Tuesday 9.00am–1.00pm and 1.30pm–5.00pm
Our regular free activities
Ketton Bookworms reading group. First Tuesday of the month 2.00pm.
Ketton Characters play reading group, all welcome. 2nd Tuesday of the month (times vary). Resuming soon.
Ketton Lunar Society discussion group on Science and Society. First Wednesday of the month 7.30pm–9.00pm. Meetings are being held online (via Zoom) until further notice. Contact Derek Raine to join in.
Knit & Natter or anything crafty. Beginners and experts welcome. Wednesdays 9.30am.
Science Club for ages 9+. Different themes each month. First Saturday of the month 9.30am–10.30am. Contact Derek Raine to join in.
Secret Reader for ages 11+. Tuesday, monthly 5.00pm–6.00pm.
Storytime stories and rhymes for pre-school children. Thursdays 4.00–4.30pm
Top Time for the over 60s – activities, games and talks from guest speakers. Fridays 11.00am–1.00pm.
Please see our full programme of events and activities at the Library and on our Facebook page.
Kedington Library provides a unique service for our village, with many regular activities for both children and adults, including special events, quiz nights, Italian conversation classes, and talks with guest speakers. Free WiFi, iPad loan and tuition, and printing and photocopying are available for a small charge. We also provide tea and coffee, stamps, Flamingo Paperie greetings cards, and room hire. Current details of events, activities and facilities are provided in the quarterly issues of the Ketton Review, or visit the Library Facebook or Instagram pages.
Kedington Library Friends
Suffolk Libraries is a charity part-funded by the County Council through a fixed 3-year grant. Libraries aim to be at the centre of village communities and Friends of libraries help to raise funds to enhance the library activities. In Kedington the Friends run or help to run a number of regular activities and one-off events. In order to plan events and activities the Friends hold regular meetings. Suffolk Libraries are encouraging Friends Groups to recruit engaged trustees who will manage and support these activities which we hope will be running again soon. Please let me know if you are interested in becoming a trustee. Get in touch
For enquiries relating to the Library or the Friends group, please contact Dawn or Sylvia.
The Parish Council