Bringing people together

We have 45 clubs under our umbrella. We meet in a Grade II listed building with views to the Isle of Wight.

We sing, dance, play cards, petanque, table tennis, we have art and crafts and much more. We are run by volunteers and we would welcome you to our community.

Our community

Greystones House Garden

Our history

Highcliffe Community Association was born from the excitement of The Queens Jubilee in 1977. Greystones House was a part of Highcliffe Castle.

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our people

Our People

Our people make our community special and a joy to be apart of. Lots of old and new members enjoy a wonderful social and friendly atmosphere.

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Highcliffe Beach

Find us

Located a few hundred yards from the beach with views across to the Isle of Wight, Greystones House is just off Lymington Road in Highcliffe.

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A WORD FROM THE PRESIDENTS

During the past decade, both of us have thoroughly enjoyed being part of the volunteer team who organise and run the Highcliffe Community Association. There are so many opportunities to participate in activities and social events, and at the same time give something back by offering our time and enthusiasm to keep the wheels turning. We have discovered that whatever we put in, the more joy and satisfaction we get out.

There have been so many updates and improvements recently that it is sometimes difficult to keep up with it all, but it is wonderful to be a part of such a great organisation.

At present time there are 45 activity groups, each self-supporting within the overall organisation, which is administered by an executive team of volunteers and working team made up of members. It is a privilege to be part of the HCA which is truly “an independent organisation run voluntarily by members for members and financially self-supporting”.

Great strides have been made over past years to bring HCA up to date. We are confident that the future will continue to give all that Greystones has to offer – with more and ‘in the pipeline’.

Original new social events are being introduced all the time, and are proving very popular. Also, the fresh and energised new membership brings with it many talents which may well set up additional activities. Who knows what the future holds, but whatever it is we can be sure that it will continue to be underpinned by the constant goodwill, friendship, and support which makes Highcliffe Community Association, so very special to so many people. It does indeed BRING LOCAL PEOPLE TOGETHER.

Please come along and example the warm welcome and facilities offered.

You’ll love it …… really !

Betty and Tony Mumford

Presidents of HCA