The Hub opened on April 2015 on the site of the former Phillipstown Primary School, and is now the home for many community groups and organizations offering a wide range of services and activities.
Groups and Organizations
The list of community groups and organizations based at the Hub is here.
Phillipstown Community Centre
We provide a safe, caring, supportive environment to the people of Phillipstown with wide-ranging information, support and programs | Rooms 1 and 2
Affordable Fruit & Vege Group
We are a member of the Affordable Fruit and Vege Group, ask us for more information Tel 379 3256 | 0204 121 6155 or email@example.com | Room 2
Phillipstown Neighbourhood Policing Team
For all urgent matters phone 111. Otherwise, for non-urgent enquiries phone 363 7880 or text 021 1911 359 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or drop in to Room 2 at the Hub & they will help contact us, as we are out & about most of the time | The Den
Ōtautahi Creative Spaces Trust
A shared art studio where we use creativity to boost wellbeing. We host small creativity groups for people with experience of mental illness, social isolation and earthquake trauma. Registration required. We’re open Monday – Wednesday. Kim Morton: 022 064 7963 | email@example.com | Room 5
We offer tuition on all aspects of pottery (wheels, slab, hand building). Come and enjoy our space, all are welcome. Membership $45/year. For enquiries firstname.lastname@example.org | www.mtpleasantpottery.org.nz | Room 7
Refugee Resettlement Council
We aim to positively influence outcomes for former Refugee communities by providing a representative voice in the Canterbury area and to facilitate their resettlement and integration. Mon-Fri. 9:00am- 5:00pm. 377 2538 | 377 2544 | email@example.com | canterburyrefugeecouncil.org.nz | Rooms 13 and 14
ICECycles provides free bike repair and affordable bikes for people who live in Phillipstown/Linwood. Ph. Jono 0275481800 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Room 8a
Phillipstown Older Adults Leisure Club
Tuesday 12.30-2.30pm, $3 session (outings $5) includes afternoon tea. Tel 379 3256 | 0204 121 6155 or email@example.com | Room 10
Our OSCAR provides before and after school care and holiday programs to primary age children. Tel 022 4767 227 | 379 3256 or firstname.lastname@example.org | Room 1
We are a Kaupapa Māori Health, mental health and social services group. We combine clinical, cultural and community support into services that embrace the Māori view of wellbeing. Monday to Friday 8:30am to 5pm. www.pw.maori.nz | email@example.com | 379 8001 | Room 3
The Muse Community Music Trust
We create fun, holistic and inclusive music experiences for people of all ages and abilities, including regular daytime and evening singing groups, opportunities to develop musicianship, drumming and more www.themuse.org.nz | Tel 0800 THE MUSE (0800 843 687) | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Room 6
White Elephant Trust
White Elephant Trust’s mission is to provide opportunities for young people to explore their strengths and find their fit, so that we have a community where all young people have a sense of identity and belonging. We create opportunities for the rangatahi of Ōtautahi to do cool stuff and express their unique wairua, by facilitating exciting, fun programmes and events in our space at the Phillipstown Community Hub. Email email@example.com | www.whiteelephanttrust.org.nz | Room 8
The OSCAR Network provides support to programmes but is not a programme provider. We do not assess, endorse, approve, license or fund programmes | firstname.lastname@example.org | Room 11 and 12
Find more community groups and organizations below.
Tuesdays 6:30-8:00pm contact the Hub | Room 1
Mums & Bubs Playgroup
Come along for friendly support and getting to know other mums in the area over a coffee and a chat.
Wednesdays (not school holidays) 10-11:30am, free. For more information, contact the Hub directly | Room 10
Man Up/Pasifika Man Up
We are a support group for men within a confidential environment where we can share, discuss, encourage and support each other. Wednesday or Thursday from 6.30pm | Room 9
B4 School Checks
The B4 School Check is a nationwide programme offering a free health and development check for 4-year-olds. For a booking contact Jan Harris: 383 6877 ext 9961 | email@example.com | Rooms 3a and 3b
Please, contact English Language Partners at 03 377 3141 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you like gardening? New members are always welcome to come along and join us working in our thriving community garden. Wednesday, 1-4pm and Saturday 10-1pm. For more information, contact the Hub directly
Sit & Be Fit
Seated balance and fitness classes for elderly people.
Thursdays 10-11.30am. Cost: $4 a session. For more information, contact the Hub directly | Room 1
A fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope that they may solve their common problem and help others recover from eating compulsively. Tuesday 7-9pm, free. Contact: 020 402 29794 | Room 10
Youth Olympic Wrestling
Wrestling, under the guidance of a skilled coach, is safe and a lot of fun. Training sessions for children Mondays and Fridays 5-6pm. Contact Tristan: 021 66 1040 | Room 4