About the Findhorn Village Centre

Our charity is about providing a centre point for the local community through hosting activities within the village centre and also supporting those in need of a venue to provide their services.  We also provide rooms to rent for meetings, conferences and parties.

Regular Activities Run by the Findhorn Village Centre 2016:



Shrimps Active – Interactive soft play. Providing structured and free-flow active play for children aged up to 5yrs and their parents/carers.  Developing confidence, co-ordination, balance and fitness whilst playing. The sessions are: Mornings - Thu 10-11.45 Cost £2.50 per child.  The session structures are a guide only and flexibility is given dependent on your child’s ability or family needs. Baby Café is available around the session times for a bit of a social. For more information call Karin on 01309 692339.

Shrimps Parent & Toddler Group.  Meets every Friday morning 9.30-11.15, £2 per family.  Crafts, stories, songs, free play and refreshments.  We are a very friendly group of mums, dads and carers with children ranging from birth to nursery.  Our sessions are drop in and everyone is welcome.  We stay open during the holidays. This Easter holidays we invite you to bring all the family for some fun with the soft play, bouncy castle and crafty bits for the older family.  Keep a look out for this Summers’ Shrimps Holiday Programme.  For more information please call Karin on 01309 692339.

Needle Craft Wednesday afternoons 1.30-4.00pm, in the Ron Burns room.  The Afternoons are aimed at all levels of experience, in all your sewing projects, together in a very relaxed environment to work on personal projects or learn new skills.  Sewing machines are available for use at the centre.  Join us for a cup of tea or coffee, a biscuit, a chat and get help or inspiration with your sewing if needed, £1 donation for your drink.  For more information contact Karin in the office, 01309 692339.

Coffee Mornings & Lunch Club – The Findhorn Village Centre hosts a coffee morning with homebakes every Wednesday morning from 10.30 till 11.30, £1 per person.  It is a very varied group of people that join us each week and we are all very friendly and welcoming.  Lunch Club is held every second Tuesday of the month from 12.30pm, £3.50, eat as much as you like with homemade soups and deserts.  Everyone is welcome to drop in.  For more information or an introduction call Karin on 01309 692339.  We are a voluntary run charity and relay on volunteers to run coffee mornings & lunch club, if you would like to help out in any way, from baking to serving at any of our sessions please call Karin.

1to1 Computer Lessons
1to1 tuition available with Brian McCorkell, PC, MAC all abilities, any problem, nothing is too big or too small for our Brian!!!  Call Brian for a lesson Wednesday or Thursday mornings at the centre or to arrange a home visit on 01309 675170.

Mini Library
Open to all for a tiny donation, our library is for all to use: Borrow, swap, purchase or donate.

WIFI & Internet Access
Use our computers or bring your own, £1.20 per hour.  Printing and Copying available for 8p per sheet black & white or 35p per sheet colour or A3.

Knit & Natter – Every Tuesday evening 6.30pm till 8.30pm, £1.00 entry.  Everyone young, old, male or Female are welcome.

Stitching Club –  Courses for all types of stitching held throughout the year.  Prices dependant on projects.  Contact Mo Hyde for further information, 01309 692311.

SEW WHAT - Coming soon.  

Kinloss & Forres Model Club A group of like-minded scale plastic modelers who meet at Findhorn Village Centre, Findhorn, Moray. Meetings are twice monthly on the 2nd and 4th Friday of the month from 6.30pm to 9.30pm-ish. The membership ranges from 8 you 80 years old and comes from all over the Moray and Highland area. The club is also a branch of the International Plastic Modelers Society (IPMS) and, though keeping its club name, is also IPMS Highland. There are currently about 15 members and modelling areas cover aircraft, armoured vehicles, ships, vehicles, sci-fi, figures, railway models and dioramas. We welcome new modelers to the club. For more information contact Tom Docharty on 01309 675059.




T-Exchange The T-Exchange is a Moray based group of like-minded individuals of all ages and genders, designing and making, innovative or interesting, intellectually and technically challenging...... if not always useful things.   Come and join in.  If you wish to pop along and take a look, please do so, the Club starts at 7pm every 3rd Friday of the Month.  If you want more information, call Bill Graham on 01343 850696.

Art Group – The Art Group meets every Tuesday morning from 9.30 until Midday with professional Tutors joining the group every other week.  For more information please call Karin 01309 692339.

Louise Simmons Yoga - It is wonderful to be back teaching regular yoga classes in the Village Centre. I travel to teach internationally, but when I am here I will be offering weekly evening and day classes.  Often we have an idea that yoga is about tying ourselves in knots, or is a strange religious practice perhaps?  My practice and teaching (over 20 years) comes from a British Wheel and Yoga Therapy training and is strongly influenced by what has become known as the Scaravelli approach.   Vanda Scaravelli came to yoga in her late forties in a lot of pain and was doing backbends in her 90’s!   It is a physical practice in which we spend time with our body, getting to know what healthy movement feels like.   Rather than pulling ourselves apart, we integrate our skeleton, paying special attention to our spine and joints   - like getting the wheels on your car balanced and having an oil change perhaps!    Being happier in our breathing is like having the fuel system working efficiently.  So it is strengthening and relaxing and suitable for all ages and physical fitness.  Many medical conditions benefit from gentle yoga practice.    I welcome approaches from different groups and am happy to offer taster sessions and chat with you if you want to give it a go!    I can be contacted on 690768, emailed (louiseyoga@lineone.net) or leave a message with Karin.  

Sarah Hunt Pilates - Ideal for those just beginning to think about exercise, for those who spend too much time in repetitive movement due to their jobs (such as sitting hunched over a desk), those trying to rehabilitate after injury or for athletes looking to enhance their performance.  Its slow, controlled and precise approach means that it gives long term results for either the serious athlete or those seeking release from specific problem areas within the body. What is Pilates - Pilates is a conditioning method that works in a different way to other fitness techniques.  Targeting the deep postural muscles, it works by building strength from the inside out, re-balancing the body and bringing it into correct alignment.  By working on the deep architectural structure of the body 'core stability' is achieved. The body gains a perfect balance between strength and flexibility without adding bulk and is a great way to relieve unwanted tension and stress.  Classes are held at The Findhorn Village Centre on a Monday morning, afternoon and evening and on a Thursday afternoon and evening.  The classes are small and bespoke, tailored to meet the needs of those attend each class.  For further information contact Sarah Hunt Pilates Instructor, 01309 690410, www.pilatesinverness.com, www.bodycontrolpilates.com

Turning Point Church - Sundays 4pm-7pm

Forres Quaker Meeting - meeting place varies, so please check. Usually 1st and 3rd Sundays at Findhorn Village Centre, morning worship from 10.30-11.30 followed by a cuppa and a chat.  Call Juli Salt, phone 01309 673703, or Diana Brockbank, phone 01309 690 140, to check details.


The Findhorn Village Centre is a registered charitable company, managed by an all volunteer Board of Directors.



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