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The Gamlingay Eco Hub

Probably the greenest community building in the country

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Civic Architects & The Eco Hub WON the Environmental Excellence award 2012


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The Eco-Hub is now in it’s third successful year.

Situated conveniently on the Cambridgeshire-Bedfordshire border the Eco Hub is probably the most energy efficient community building in the country.

A suite of halls of varying sizes, together with commercial catering facilities, make it ideal for weddings and parties, conferences, exhibitions and meetings and a wide variety of community activities.

Performance facilities and state of the art changing rooms also means that this is the perfect venue for concerts, theatricals and sporting activities.

The Eco Hub hosts the Gamlingay Parish Council, the community library, Stepping Stones Children’s Centre, Gamlingay Youth Clubs and Gamlingay Nursery Hub.

The Eco Hub will normally be open daily from 9am and members of the community are welcome to use it any time as a meeting place.

You can find the Hub at the address: 
Stocks Lane | Gamlingay | Sandy | Bedfordshire | SG19 3JR

Eco Hub Blog
1 July 2013


Not only have we had a fab morning of music and dancing with Zumba Gold, but the FREE computer & WIFI suite is busy too!

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The Eco Hub has a number of hireable spaces that can be used in isolation or in combination with most other spaces e.g. the Jack Arnold Community Room can be used in combination with the Ellis Maddock Hall and the kitchen.

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Hall and Spaces

We have a number of modern well equipped halls and spaces so what ever function you are planning we can accommodate you, click below to view our galleries.

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Jack Arnold Room

This large multi functional area contains the reception desk, the community library and the IT Suite and gives access to the Parish Council Office and the men’s and ladies’ lavatory facilities.

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It has received and A rating for its Energy Performance Certificate – a rare occurrence for an old building. Gamlingay as a community is committed to reducing its carbon footprint.

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