About The Hub

Welcome to

Magor and Undy Community Hub

The Hub is a modern building, constructed in 2023 which consists of a main hall, a smaller hall, meeting rooms, kitchen and foyer area where refreshments are available.

Wi-Fi is freely available to users and a printing and copying service is available on request.  The halls can be equipped with either folding, rectangular tables and folding chairs or large round tables and banqueting chairs. The main hall has access to a large patio area and a landscaped lawn that leads down to a natural wetland area.

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Meet the team

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Kari Davies

Hub Manager

Kevin Wright

Treasurer

Linda Squire

Secretary

Paul Turner

Chair

Sally Raggett

Trustee

Sian King

Trustee

Mike Burke

Trustee

The rooms

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The main hall dimensions are:

18.4m x 10.4.m (191sqm) it is laid to a wood effect multi-purpose vinyl floor.

This hall has a high vaulted ceiling and is therefore suitable for some racquet sports or inflatable castles etc.

The smaller hall dimensions are:

9.3m x 9.1.m (85sqm) it is also laid to a wood effect multi-purpose vinyl floor.  This hall also has a high, vaulted ceiling.

The 2 meeting rooms are:

4.5m x 2.4m and can seat 4 or 5 people.They can be opened up by folding the movable partition to seat up to 10. In this case, book meeting room 1 & 2.

Other info:

There is a fully equipped kitchen which can be hired with a Hall that carries a separate small charge.

The Hub is disabled-friendly with two disabled toilets – one includes a baby-changing table.

There is a time-limited, designated public car park adjacent to the Hub with 30 spaces that is adequate for most uses.  It is recommended that walking, cycling or public transport is used if people are attending for larger/longer events.

The rooms

The main hall dimensions are:

18.4m x 10.4.m (191sqm) it is laid to a wood effect multi-purpose vinyl floor.

This hall has a high vaulted ceiling and is therefore suitable for some racquet sports or inflatable castles etc.

The smaller hall dimensions are:

9.3m x 9.1.m (85sqm) it is also laid to a wood effect multi-purpose vinyl floor.  This hall also has a high, vaulted ceiling.

The 2 meeting rooms are:

4.5m x 2.4m and can seat 4 or 5 people. They can be opened up by folding the movable partition to seat up to 10.  In this case, book meeting room 1 and 2.

Other info:

There is a fully equipped kitchen which can be hired with a Hall that carries a separate small charge.

The Hub is disabled-friendly with two disabled toilets – one includes a baby-changing table.

There is a time-limited, designated public car park adjacent to the Hub with 35 spaces that is adequate for most uses.  It is recommended that walking, cycling or public transport is used if people are attending for larger/longer events.

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History of

The Hub

Since the 1970’s the people of Magor and Undy had the vision of a community centre being built on the land known locally as the The Three Fields site.

The land had been sold to the county council on condition it was used for social and recreational purposes.  Over the years many people and groups tried to raise funds to build a centre, which was becoming ever more needed as the local population grew rapidly, but progress was slow. In 2017 a new group formed, ‘MUCH’, later established as a charity, with the intent of building a centre that would complement the proposed the Magor and Undy Walkway railway station. The new group, comprising local councillors, a member of Magor Action Group on  Rail (MAGOR) and a number of local residents acting as volunteers and trustees moved things on by working with the local and county councils and by seeking a grant from the Lottery’s community fund.

Planning permission for building The Hub was granted in 2018.  In July 2022, thanks to grants from Welsh Government and The Lottery Monmouthshire County Council gave approval for building to commence.  The new building was completed in July 2023.

The full history can be found, as a blog, on MUCH’s old website by clicking below:

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