Covid-19 means that some of our planned events have been postponed or cancelled.  Please scroll down to find out what is currently available...  



Golden Valley Faces
During café opening hours from 31 August - 30 September

The long-awaited exhibition of Richard Jenkins's photographs will take place in The Hub during September, having been postponed from January 2020! 


Copies of Hilary Engel's book will also be available for purchase.  Again, the exhibition will be open during café opening hours: 11am – 3pm, Tuesdays – Thursdays.  

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Drumming & Jamming 


Saturday 18 September, 1.30pm - 3pm for Y1 - Y3 pupils
Saturday 25 September, 1.30pm - 3pm for Y4 - Y6 pupils
Saturday 2 October, 1.30 - 3pm for Y7 - Y9 pupils

We're delighted to be able to invite local children and young people to participate in these African drumming and jamming workshops.  Places on the workshops are free but pre-booking is required.

Click HERE to book 18 September workshop

Click HERE to book 25 September workshop

Click HERE to book 2 October workshop

Nordic Walking for Beginners
 Selected dates in September 2021 and February 2022 

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Run by ignite.cic, 6-week blocks of walking sessions are planned in and around Peterchurch, starting and ending at The Hub.


Routes will be suitable to people of all ages and all levels of fitness.  Please click HERE to read more about Nordic Walking and contact Leoni to find out how to book your place: or 07893 495892. 


Stillpoint meditation
Wednesday 6 October, 7.30pm - 8.30pm 

These sessions of reflection and contemplative practice for wellbeing take place on the first Wednesday of each month.  Numbers are limited to allow for social distancing; please bring a face covering, an open mind and your own spirituality.  Email to find out more...

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Artist in Your Own Residence

January 2021 - January 2022

Watercolor Painting
Person Writing

Have you ever longed to do something creative, something you love, that would fulfill the YOU in you?  Don’t have the time?  Don’t think it’s important enough? This might be the spur you need: artists of every kind are welcome to join together for year-long mutual support to do just that!  With the encouragement of others in the group, we can celebrate each other’s creativity and help to dispel the ever-present inner critic. 


Artist in Your Own Residence starts on 6 January and finishes a year later, when we all Zoom-share nationally with other projects. Those already creating alone are eagerly welcomed to share how you do it and to give your own work a wider public audience. 


This free project comes from Seeds Creatives, a Christian organisation welcoming artists of all faiths or none to join creatively together.