Te Whare Whānau WhānuiPhillipstown Community Hub
Foundation: April 2015
Category: Community Centre
Quick Info & Links
Do you need a room for your workshop, a meeting or a place to hold your event? We can help. See details on the Facilities page.
Community focused groups and organizations offering a wide range of programs such as art, theatre & pottery, singing, drumming, music, fitness, support groups for men, women, older adults, refugees, youth-oriented, activities, and gardening.
Our Hub is a place where people gather together for enjoyment, socialising and relaxing.
See what’s going on, and the upcoming Events.
Phillipstown latest News.
People interested in the direction and development of the Phillipstown Community Hub. Read more about our members.
The purpose of the Phillipstown Community Centre Charitable Trust is to provide a safe, caring, supportive environment to foster individual and community growth in Phillipstown.
The purposes of the Phillipstown Community Hub are:
– to respond to the identified needs of the local community by providing space to relevant people, groups and organisations; and to enable and enhance their collaboration, connection and networking;
– to collectively advocate for a permanent Community Hub in Phillipstown;
– to provide and preserve significant, accessible green space for the community.
Welcome to the Hub
39 Nursery Rd. Phillipstown
M-F: 9am – 5:30pm
The Governor General visited the hub on the 2nd August. Here is a copy of the welcoming speech for the occasion. "Your Excellencies, The Rt Hon. Dame Patsy Reddy and Sir David Gascoigne. Tēnā kōrua katoa Tēnā koutou katoa Ko Viviana toku ingoa Nō Itaria au Kei...
What the Community Says
“The Phillipstown Hub is a wonderful resource and a place to relax, learn, create, grow and make friendships. It is also a place where there is the opportunity to put something back into the community, by giving people a purpose and, therefore, a hope.”Cathie, Phillipstown Community Garden
“The Mums & Bubs group provides a wonderful opportunity for children to socialise, negotiate and communicate with other children. It’s a safe place for children to explore, learn to share and make friends. For many this is the main opportunity to do so each week.”Uiga, local Mums & Bubs Group
“The Hub has a vital role in promoting a range of activities for the residents thereby encouraging potential and strengthening relationships within the community. The Hub offers a wide range of programmes refelcting the needs of the community.”Ahmed, Canterbury Refugee Resettlement and Resource Centre