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Visit, book and play!

Community Buildings

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.

Go Lo

We currently look after four community venues

Go Lower

Cafe Hogmoor and The Beehive 

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. 

Building 94 and Community Polytunnel 

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 Scout and Y+. 

Adjacent to Building 94 is our community polytunnel. Owned by Whitehill Town Council, funded by Healthy New Town funds and managed by WBCT. It offers a safe space for community members to grow together. 

Group bookings and activities

All of our venues are available to be hired out, at the rate of £15 per hour


If you are interested in bringing your group or event to one of our venues, please get in touch with us by email at, or call/text us on  07762 961849.

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