Find out more about what the latest National Lockdown measures mean for Sefton by visiting the Local Lockdown Restrictions webpage of the Sefton Council website. Please note, at this time Southport Community Centre is closed to visitors.
For more coronavirus advice and guidance please visit seftoncvs.org.uk/
Southport Community Centre is located on Norwood Road in Southport, Merseyside, and is managed by Sefton Council for Voluntary Service (CVS) in partnership with Brighter Living Partnership (BLP) and St Simon & St Jude with All Souls church.
The Centre offers a variety of meeting and event spaces which are available for short-term or regular hire, as well as a thriving Community Garden located at the rear of the premises.
- Free Wifi
- Free on-site car park
- Staff on site between Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm
Brighter Living Partnership
The Brighter Living Partnership is a healthy living centre and registered charity predominantly covering the Southport and Formby areas of Sefton. The Brighter Living Partnership aims to improve the health and wellbeing of people through many activities and services they run and the work they do in partnership with many other organisations across the borough of Sefton. For more information about Brighter Living please visit www.brighterliving.org.uk.
Sefton Council for Voluntary Service (CVS) is an independent registered charity with a borough-wide brief to assist and support voluntary community and faith sector (VCF) activity across the Sefton metropolitan district and neighbourhood.
Sefton CVS is an infrastructure body providing a comprehensive range of support and development services to frontline VCF groups. CVS promotes and advocates the active engagement of the VCF sector by facilitating networks, providing commentary and participation in national regional and local policy, and acting as the conduit between the sector and statutory partners and other public organisations.
For more information about Sefton CVS please go to www.seftoncvs.org.uk.