Get Involved

Originally built in 1925, Central Hall was created to be a welcoming place for all, and throughout the years it has continued to be used to provide entertainment and social care to the local community. Find out how you can get involved in and support our work in the local region.

Work For Us

Finance Assistant

Salary: £17,550 pro rata.
Hours: 22.5 hrs per week (3 days, flexible)
Reporting to: The Finance Manager.

We're recruiting for a part-time finance assistant to fully support our bookkeeping responsibilities, including daily cash management and data input for NCN (New Community Network) and its associated organisations, in accordance with all of NCN's financial policies. 

The person we are looking for will be consistent and reliable, a clear communicator with good organisational and administrative skills, and someone who shows initiative and takes responsibility. A knowledge of working on Quickbooks accounting software, and at least 1 year's experience of bookkeeping or study towards a qualification (AAT) is desirable.

You can download the full job description here.

For more information and to apply: Please email Leandra Jeram at 

Closing date for applications: Friday 23rd June 2017.

New Community is an Equal Opportunities Employer. 

Volunteer With Us

One way you can support our work in the local community is by volunteering some of your time at one of our upcoming events. 

We’re always looking for helpers who are as passionate about Southampton’s community as we are. With stewarding, catering and technical teams, there are plenty of places for you to lend your skills and get involved. Plus you'll get to meet some great people and be part of some really exciting events!

For more information about our current volunteering opportunities, please contact our events team.


Learn About Our Projects

Find out more about the charitable organisations and initiatives we support.

Central Hall is owned by registered charity/non-profit organisation, New Community Network.

We follow charitable objectives in everything we do to support education, promote the arts and help those in need. 


Hope Community School

As the first mainstream free school in Southampton, Hope Community School is a brand new, innovative and exciting addition to our local community.

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New Community Kibera

New Community Kibera is a non-profit organisation which works to support practical development in one of the world's largest slum areas.

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Community Café

Central Hall is home to the Community Café each Sunday, which offers food and friendship to people in need, including those who are homeless or vulnerably-housed.

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Keep up to date with all our latest news and find out about upcoming events, by signing up to our email newsletters. 


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