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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It came as a great honour, and a great surprise, to find that I had been elected to serve as President for the forthcoming year.

Many thanks go to Tony Mumford for his excellent stewardship of the Association during the recent difficult times.

In what may loosely be described as the “post-Covid” era, combined with the economic problems affecting the whole country, I would encourage all members to follow the gist of JFK’s speech and to ask not what the HCA can do for you, but what you can do for the HCA.

The Association is, like many other organisations, facing difficult financial times, and I would encourage all members not only to offer some help to HCA, but also to encourage new members to join and participate in the activities of the Association.

Since the change in the charitable status of the Association, the Executive Committee has worked extremely hard to organise functions and activities for us all, so in turn we need to help them, so please come forward and volunteer!

If you have any ideas as to how we can add to, or assist, in the running of the Association, do not hesitate to let one of the Committee know, or failing that, please feel free to contact me.



Mike Thacker.