The Old Bath House Community Centre
The Old Bath House and Community Centre is situated on Stratford Road in Wolverton and offers a little taste of Wolverton’s Victorian history combined with a wonderful contemporary community facility.
The Old Bath House was built in 1890 between the Finishing Shop and the Horse Box Repair Shop on Stratford Road. It was built by the London and North Western Railway Company as a public bath house for residents and railway workers in Wolverton.
In 1992 Tesco obtained planning permission to build a new superstore on neighbouring land, on the condition that they financed a brand new community centre and refurbished the Old Bath House. The new centre became home to Living Archive, who stayed at the Old Bath House collecting and preserving Milton Keynes’ history until they moved to Milton Keynes Museum in 2013.
A Great Community Facility
Today, the Old Bath House remains firmly at the heart of Wolverton’s community with a beautiful main hall, meeting room, dance studio and band room available for hire. Regular groups include the Country Market, salsa classes, judo, kickboxing, a variety of Yoga and Zumba classes, line-dancing, tea dances, children’s groups, music and dance groups, Wolverton Town Band, Weightwatchers and much more… something for everyone! Visitors can also enjoy regular exhibitions on display in the foyer area by local artists.
For more information, please visit our website www.oldbathhouse.org,
email us at email@example.com
or find us on Facebook (“Old Bath House Community Centre”).