Welcome to the Shoreham Centre
The Shoreham Centre is run and managed day to day by the charity Shoreham Community Trust.
Since 1973, the Trust, formerly known as Shoreham Community Association, have run the building as a community venue where people can come together, to play, learn and celebrate.
As well as providing rooms to hire, the Centre has a coffee shop, weekly market and most recently an Art Gallery.
In 2013 the Trust welcomed into the building Adur & Worthing Council Customer Service Team, Citizens Advice and 4Sight. The Shoreham Centre provides a vibrant, safe and inclusive hub for the benefit of the whole community.
Please explore our site to find out what’s on at the Centre as well as information on how to hire the venue for yourself. Further information on Shoreham Community Trust, its aims and ambitions, can be found on the About Page. Links to other organisations within the building can be found at the bottom of the page.
Regular Classes & Activities
Where to find us
The Shoreham Centre is located in the centre of town close to St Mary de Haura Church, Shoreham by Sea, and opposite to Shoreham Library.
There is a large public pay & display at the rear of the Centre. There is also a number of parking bays immediately in front of the building which are free to park in for up to one hour.
How Can I Reach Shoreham Centre?
The nearest train station is Shoreham By Sea, a 5 minute walk away.
Straight to Us
Shoreham-by-Sea railway station serves the town of Shoreham-by-Sea in the county of West Sussex, and also serves the nearby Shoreham Airport. The station and the majority of trains serving it are operated by Southern. The other operator is Great Western Railway.
There are several routes that take you within walking distance of the Centre. Brighton and Hove Bus Company Route 2 and Stagecoach 700 both stop At Shoreham High Street. From here it is only a 2 minute walk.