Welcome to WiNSPACE!

Winscombe New Space – WiNSpace – is the working title for a Winscombe Community Association (WCA) project to look into how we might update the community facilities for the 21st century and make that happen.

After 40 successful years with our current buildings the time has come when we have to think about how we can preserve that legacy and take it forward by upgrading our facilities.

What the Parish needs has changed over that time and will go on changing. We now have a really exciting opportunity to find out what people want and create something special for the next 40 years!!

Latest Exciting News

WiNSpace gets Planning Approval

See are latest Newsletter or Blog for more information

All our planning and Local Planning Authority documents are now available for viewing –

See Winspace Planning Documents

Or just go to the  North Somerset Planning Portal just click on the red button below

Open Forum Meeting 27th April

Please come along to our Open Forum Meeting on the 27th April.

We’ll be there from 5:30pm for you to drop in and ask questions to the WiNSpace team or join us at 7:30 for a more formal presention.

Go to our news pages to find our more about how we plan to reach our funding target and how you can tell us what you want in the New Community Building

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  • Get involved! Contact us if you can help
Winscombe and Sandford Parish Council Survey has now closed

The Parish Council for Winscombe and Sandford ran a survey in June and July 2021 as to whether they should financially support the re-development of the community centre. Click Here or the image above to go to our information page. You can also visit the Winscombe and Sandford Parish Website to see the results

Why not go and see and read our latest Newsletters and News Blogs