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Welcome to Wythall Community Association. (house photo provided by Geraldine)

  Coming Events...... (click the link for more details)

WCA Calendar

 Food and Craft Fayre

Wythall Newsletter

2020 Calendar on sale Now!


Newsletter 92 is available now 


Christmas Tree Collection



Sat 9th Jan & Sun 10th Jan 2021



Wythall Community Association manages Wythall House and Park for the benefit of the local community.  


 COVID 19 Statement

During this uncertain time, we would encourage park users to stay safe and adhere to the government guidelines including, but not limited to, whether you should go out due to age and medical reasons and also those guidelines regarding social distancing and what to do if you feel unwell.

There are no restrictions at present on the use of outdoor facilities, and people will probably still feel like they need some fresh air and somewhere to go, Wythall Park is a private park run by a charity so we rely on users paying an annual membership, we will still continue to endeavour to maintain the park to the best of our ability.

So please use the park responsibility and stay safe.


Can you help Wythall Park? (click here to help)  

Wythall Community Association would like to thank Simon Beckett for his donation, full story can be found by clicking this link.

As a registered charity we raise funds by hiring function and meeting rooms and we provide various sports pitches which are managed by relevant sporting clubs.

The Wythall Community Club was formed in order that members could raise funds socially for the benefit of the Association.

Why not join and become a member?

We are based at Wythall House on Silver Street and manage the 37 acres of parkland known as Wythall Park.
Membership of the Association is open to all residents of Wythall and the surrounding area.
As the Association is a Registered Charity it is governed by Trustees who are either representatives of local organisations (e.g. WI, Scouts etc) or are nominated from within the membership. All are volunteers as indeed are most of the people who maintain the land and buildings of the Park itself.