Beechtree Community Centre is a healthy living centre offering a friendly environment for local people.
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Beechtree Community Centre, Hospital Site, Claypit Street, Whitchurch, Shropshire SY13 1NT
Telephone us on : 01948 666612
We run short courses for complete beginners. We show you how to switch on and make your first click. You will learn to use a keyboard, cut and paste, insert images into documents, use email and explore the internet. You will be able to register for Go-on, a UK online training programme, which will help you continue to learn at home or using the computers at our centre.
Comments from previous IT users.....
“It’s only in the last couple of weeks that I’ve sent my first email without help. It was to my grandson, who said ”Granddad if there is anything you need to know about computers give me a ring”
“I now use my computer for emailing my relatives and chatting using my webcam”
“ It’s another world”“I was a bit frightened at first, I didn’t know what button to press or what it did, but you get more confident”
New Cafe Menu
We will have a new menu in our cafe starting from 7th May. Click here to see what we have to offer.
Following the extension and refurbishment of the Beechtree Community Centre in 2013, a Time Capsule has been installed in the cellar of the building, and can be accessed through a hatch in the floor.
The Time Capsule contains historical information and contributions from Centre users and is to be opened in 25 years – January 2038.
The Time Capsule was kindly donated by Hawk Developments Ltd from Prees Green, Whitchurch. You can view photos here.
Key Whitchurch groups to build on successful cooperation
The Beechtree Centre and the Bradbury Day Centre announce closer joint working. Click here to read more.
You can check out older News items on our News page here.
Below are our latest newsletters, these are all in PDF format you will need to have the Adobe Reader installed on your system which you can get by clicking here
Click here for our MARCH 2013 NEWSLETTER
Click here for our DECEMBER 2012 NEWSLETTER
Click here for our AUG 2012 NEWSLETTER
You can access our older newsletters by going to the ARCHIVED NEWSLETTERS page.
The Chapel was built in 1882 by John Corfield, grandfather of the David Corfield who, up until recently, farmed in Belton Road, Whitchurch. It is in the same style as the Brownlow Centre just along Claypit Street, and the Old Fire Station in Brownlow Street, that is, the bottom half is red brick while the top half is in 'black and white' timber....