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Crownhill Community Centre

Crownhill Community Centre welcomes Service families based in Plymouth and the surrounding area to enjoy a range of facilities, events and activities.

Your community hub

Crownhill Community Centre is a busy and vibrant community centre located close to the A38 and within walking distance of Service Families Accommodation. And whether you're living in Serviced accommodation, a private residence or are simply visiting the area, you're welcome to come and get involved. 

The centre hosts all sorts of events and activities, including coffee mornings and youth groups. You can also get reliable, up-to-date information on a range of subjects from the in-house support workers. 

A British flag in the foreground with HMS Montrose coming into harbour in the background.


On top of all the events that run from Crownhill, there’s also a range of facilities for you to use, including:

  • Onsite parking
  • Disabled access
  • An activity room
  • A kitchen
  • A patio garden

Weekly activities schedule

If you want to learn more about the activities we offer, please head over to the Local Support Plymouth area on the Royal Navy Forum.

You will need to be a registered RN Forum Member to access the Group.


Booking required

9:30AM - 2:00PM

Bonsai Society (First Monday of the month)

7:30PM - 9:00PM



Key contacts


ALL enquiries about the centre should be made by calling the team on 01752 779 054 during opening hours.

Alternatively, you can use the Contact Us Form or connect via Facebook, Twitter or the Royal Navy Forum. 

Nicky Ransley

Community Development Worker

There to support registered volunteers in community projects and to provide signposting as required

Tel: 01752 406680

Email: [email protected]

Find us

Crownhill Community Centre

Contact Details

Fort Road
Telephone: 01752 779 054
Email Address:

Additional Information

Open around weekly activity schedule times

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