What you will find in the Village
NEWCASTLE COMMUNITY TOWN HALL
20 King Ave E, Newcastle, ON L1B 1H7 – 905-987-3856
The Hall is located in the heart of the village, is a treasured artifact to the Village. Built in 1923 by the Massey family, it was later passed on as a gift to the Municipality of Clarington. Over the years it has housed a theatre, jail cells, council chambers and many events. There is also a four lane bowling ally in the hall that is available for private parties and it’s home of the Newcastle Historical Society Museum. Newcastle Community hall is a lovely venue for gatherings, such as weddings, sporting banquets, showers, business meetings and birthdays! The outdoor gardens are available to be used in season, between May and September. It is located at 20 King Ave. West. For booking information, contact Gabrielle Bell at 905-987-3856 or email here
NEWCASTLE & DISTRICT RECREATION COMPLEX
1780 Rudell Rd, Newcastle, 905-987-5667
25m/6 lane leisure pool with amusement slide • Large teaching pool • Co-ed whirlpool and sauna • Full size gymnasium can be separated into two mini gyms • Community meeting rooms • Concession area • Pool, gymnasium and meeting rooms available for rental • Fully accessible
NEWCASTLE MEMORIAL ARENA
103 Caroline St. W, Newcastle, L1B 1H1, 905-987-4860
Newcastle Memorial Arena is an indoor rink and open year round • Public Skating • Adult and Youth Ice Hockey programs and leagues – Newcastle Stars Hockey League • Pick-Up Hockey • Hockey Clinics • Newcastle Figure Skating Club. Get directions here.
CLARINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY – NEWCASTLE BRANCH
150 King Avenue East, Newcastle, L1B 1L5 • 905-987-4844
The Newcastle Branch was newly constructed in August 2009, and features a colourful children’s area, a quiet study room, a meeting room with digital projector, and exterior reading benches.
CLARINGTON FARMERS MARKET
103 Caroline Street Newcastle, Ontario
is open Sundays 10:00am to 2:00pm from June to mid- October. It is held at the Newcastle Memorial Arena parking.
For more information contact Gord Lee, Market Manager – Phone: 905-987-1899
The Village is served by Lakeridge Health Bowmanville, a 100-bed community hospital. There are a number of Family Physicians practicing in Bowmanville and Newcastle, as well as an Urgent Care clinic in Bowmanville.
Public, grades 1-6, Newcastle Public School. Separate, grades 1-8, St. Francis of Assisi. The Senior Public School, grades 7&8, is The Pines. The public high school, grades 9-12, Clarke High School. The Secondary Separate Highschool, St Stephens.is located in Bowmanville. Durham College and UOIT are within 20 minutes of the Village of Newcastle. Sir Sandford Fleming and Trent University are within 40 minutes of Newcastle.
There are 6 churches in the community. Newcastle United Church; Newcastle Fellowhip Baptist Church; St. Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic; St George’s Anglican Church; Crossroads Christian Assembly; The Lighthouse Church of Newcastle.
Community Service Groups
|Clarington East Foodbank|
87 Mill St. Unit 2, Newcastle • 905-987-1418
|Lions Club of Newcastle|
|Newcastle Horticultural Society
|Newcastle Skating Club |
|Newcastle Historical Society|
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|The Running Maniacs
|Newcastle Family Connection Dance Studio|
|Brimacombe Ski Club|
|Newcastle Minor Hockey
|The Common - help in your Community.|
|The Wilmot Fishing Club - fishing and more!|