Over the coming years through the town’s regeneration programme, the Community Trust will become responsible for the management and control of key community assets; safe-guarding community buildings for the future and reinvesting profits to create long term economic, social and environmental benefits.
We currently look after four community venues
In July 2020 the Whitehill & Bordon Community Trust opened the Hogmoor Community Buildings. These consist of Café Hogmoor, a community Café, built on the Swedish Fika concept of making time for friends and colleagues to share a drink and a little something to eat, it will also provide employment, skills development and apprenticeship opportunities. The Beehive, a purpose-built education space, designed to house different groups and activities, the toilets and towns first changing places facility.
In April 2022 the Whitehill & Bordon Community Trust opened Building 94, which is situated opposite Oakmoor School and Bordon Skate Park. Building 94 is a base for activities run by youth providers; such as 1st Blackmoor Bordon & Whitehill Scouts.