Pegasus Community Centre
The Pegasus Community Centre (PCC) is located in the heart of Pegasus, at the corner of Pegasus Main Street and Tahuna Street.
What is available at the Centre
There is a range of regular activities and events that run at the centre for the community to attend. The PRGI monthly Pegasus Community Centre Calendar of Events is available to see what is on.
The PCC Sub-Committee coordinate a team of 26 volunteers who staff the centre during the hours below. During these times, the public have access to free books and jigsaws via our Community Book Cave and can access information about Pegasus and the surrounding areas. There is also a wide range of information on local community and social services available to support our community.
PCC Volunteer Opening Hours
Monday 2 - 4pm
Wednesday 10.00 - 12noon
Saturday 10.00 - 12noon
Justice-of-the-Peace (JP) Sessions
Drop-in sessions are held at the Community Centre on the first and third Saturday of each month from 10.30–11.30am.
Pegasus Community Centre Sub-Committee Contact Details
021 1080 634
Volunteer at the centre
Would you like to volunteer at the community centre? Contact the PRGI Pegasus Community Centre subcommittee now at firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 1080 634.
History of the centre
The vision for a functioning centre operated by volunteers came from within the PRGI Committee and countless hours of negotiations with the Waimakariri District Council (WDC). This lead to an MOU between PRGI and WDC which validates the arrangement.
This arrangement is unique to the district. The PRGI work with the Waimakariri District Council through our PCC-Sub Committee to help facilitate the day-to-day operation of the Pegasus Community Centre (PCC). All bookings for the centre are managed by the WDC.
The WDC currently lease the facility which is a temporary site until a new purpose-built centre is constructed.
After many years of the PRGI lobbying the WDC, in 2019 the council confirmed they had set aside funding in their 10 Year Plan to purchase land for a purpose-built community facility.
A new facility is anticipated within the next few years. Having a larger purpose-built community facility offers more space to host events and other activities, and provide more services to both Pegasus and the wider surrounding areas.