The Hub has become Wolverhampton's fifth Covid-19 rapid testing centre offering free testing without an appointment to people without symptoms of Covid-19.
As of 22nd September Wolverhampton is under new local restrictions, effectively creating a local lockdown.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 / Coronavirus situation we have taken the difficult decision to cease all Community Association activities at The Hub until further notice.
Everyone at The Hub was saddened recently to learn of the death of long time committee member Derek Wood, husband of our late Chairwoman Ann Wood.
Derek was a big part of the Community Association and will be remembered fondly!
Funeral details are as follows:
“Dads funeral has been arranged for Monday 30th March at Bushbury crematorium West chapel at 10.30. After his internment all family and friends are most welcome to join us for food and drinks at The Hub at Ashmore Park. We kindly request family flowers only, but if you like to make a small donation, these will be passed onto the Hub to help with projects that Dad held so dear. Thank you.”
Are you aged 10-16 and interested in art? Join us for a fun, free and engaging project to create a brand new artwork for the The Hub.
We are delighted that Ashmore Park Community Association / The Hub has been chosen to benefit from the Co-op Local Community Fund.
We were pleased to welcome a couple of guests to our committee meeting this week.
During the course of the meeting the daughters of Neville Tranter – Helen Scott-Reed and Allison Jackson, made a presentation to APCA on behalf of their family.
GKR Karate are running a special offer this summer at The Hub!
Our long-standing Yoga instructor has recently finished running sessions at The Hub and we think there may be a gap in the market.
Whilst the cafe is not a commercial operation, it makes an important contribution to the charity's annual income and requires dedicated volunteers in order to continue supporting the our ongoing success and financial stability.