This Community Centre in North Muskham is a multifunctional venue for the whole community. The MRCC is available for hire to the local community and beyond to the surrounding area by groups and individuals.
The MRCC is suitable for family celebrations, weddings, christenings, parties, any special occasions, community groups, sports organisations, companies, drama groups and caravan rallies, both large and small.
The venue includes a large hall complete with stage and lighting systems, a smaller hall and a meeting room with internet access.
Provision has been made for full disability access and disabled facilities.
The new centre has been designed to have minimum environmental impact, including rainwater harvesting, state of the art renewable heating systems and has energy efficient features throughout.
The centre, which opened in November 2009, is close to Newark (3.5 miles), Southwell (10 miles), Lincoln (17 miles) and Nottingham (25 miles). It is adjacent to the A1 for ease of access and includes good parking facilities.
North Muskham is an attractive rural village in North Nottinghamshire, close to Newark. It has a population of about 800. It is close to and provides community facilities to the nearby villages of Bathley and South Muskham.
The village has an attractive 12th Century Church. The Muskham Ferry is a popular public house in the village which serves real ale and excellent food. One of our former public houses is now a high class Indian restaurant, The Ashiana. Accommodation is available here as well as at the Travel Lodge on the A1.