Cottenham Community Centre Timeline
- Methodists begin to worship in Telegraph Street barn.
- Methodist Church established as part of Cambridge Circuit.
- Small chapel built on High Street.
- July 6th: Stone laying of the current building, built on land donated by Thomas Ivatt. Total cost of £890.19s.2d.
- July 4th: Chapel opened.
- Wesleyan House, the church manse is planned and built. Cottenham Methodist Circuit is formed.
- Organ purchased for £75.
- Schoolroom and other rooms added.
- Cottenham rejoins Cambridge Methodist Circuit.
- After many years of faithful worship and service in the community, the final Methodist church service takes place on November 25th: On November 26th a public meeting is held which leads to the formation of the CCC.
- July: CCC signs lease to the premises. September: Cambridge Circuit appoints Pioneer Minister to work alongside the CCC with young adults and families in Cottenham.
- Week beginning February 7th: Coffee shop opens.
- A much loved, cherished and very well-frequented community facility, for everyone.