The Queen Mary CentreBack to Activities
The Queen Mary Centre is a large community centre in the heart of Wisbech. It's a great space to get involved in something fun as a variety of clubs, groups and activities run out of the building.
This activity is good for wellbeing because
- it’s a great place to meet other people
- staff and volunteers will be happy to signpost you to other services if you need support
- you can get involved in activities or relax with a coffee
How to contact
Where to go
Queen Mary Centre
Wisbech PE13 2PE
What to expect
Some of the activities in the Centre include:
Swap Don’t Shop – a Community Market Freecycle event, every Friday 2-5pm. Everyone is welcome and it’s free to enter. You can swap your time for an item you need, or you can swap a good quality item you don’t need for an item that you do.
Community Cafe – held every Monday, Tuesday and Friday between 12- 5pm. Pop down and enjoy a cuppa. The cafe runs on a donation basis.
All Sorts Together – everyone is welcome to come and join these free sessions that include a mix of games, arts and crafts as well as free refreshments. This group runs every Friday 3-5pm.
LEADA – Linda runs both her singing groups for Adults Viva La Voce and her Drama Club which is a performing arts groups for young people from this venue; as well as running workshops throughout the summer holidays.
Access Migrant Support – ACESS hold weekly sessions. For more information click here.
The building is generally open to the public between 9 am – 5pm. On entering there is a small reception desk where a member of the team will greet you and direct you to the appropriate place.
The Queen Mary Centre is wheelchair accessible and also has disabled toilet facilities on site. There is disabled parking to the side of the building, right next to a ramp that leads in through a side door. A hearing induction loop is fitted in the main hall.
There is free parking in Sommers road car park which is next to the building.
Since 2013 the centre has ben run by the Ferry Project, Cambridgeshire County Council and The Kings Trust.
The Community Cafe is run on a donation basis and the Swap Don’t Shop event is free to attend.
Individual groups & activities that operate from the Centre may charge per session, please check with organisers for details.
The venue can be hired by services, clubs and groups. The hall can also be hired out for events. Contact the Queen Mary Centre for up to date prices and availability.