The Hilltop Community Centre is a well utilised community facility provided by Wycombe Multicultural Organisation (WMCO).
Established in September 1991, Wycombe Multi Cultural Organisation (WMCO) is a registered charity (no. 1025525). WMCO is managed by a group of Trustees and a Management Committee, whom are elected at our AGM. The Committee comprises of members with a diverse range of skills and backgrounds. All Committee members are people from the local community and have a genuine interest in the benefits that the Organisation brings to those who live and work in the Wycombe District.
Since 1995, WMCO has operated from and is responsible for the Hilltop Community Centre. Through the community centre, WMCO are able to offer a variety of activites and services which are delivered by our partners to the local community, and thus helping to meet their social, economic and education needs. The Organisation has developed over the years into a community organisation that can demonstrate a degree of self-sustainability. WMCO is a not-for-profit organisation and all revenues generated by its day-to-day hall rental and fundraising activities are applied to the upkeep and maintenance of the centre and for the general well-being of the local Community.
Established since 1991, WMCO is a community facility provider which offers a variety of activities and services which are delivered by our partners, serving the needs of local residents and the wider public. WMCO is a registered charity – number 1025525.
We are always looking for fundraising opportunities for projects to improve the facilities of the Centre.
Perhaps you have an idea for an event we could hold, and you would like to oversee it. Or perhaps you'd like us to work in partnership with you. If so, we’d like to hear from you. Please contact the Chairman, Sebert Graham, on 01494 522750 or fill in our Contact us form.
WMCO’s mission is to foster strong community cohesion within the High Wycombe area, whilst providing a facility for the community to benefit from social and economic regeneration.