Volunteers who run the former Coten End Community Centre - now known as Warwickspace - are inviting people to complete an online survey about future activities and events.
The centre at 71 Coten End, is already used by some 300 adults and children every week and they are involved in everything from ballet and tango lessons to pre-school learning and martial arts.
But voluntary director Susah Grierson said: “After nearly two years managing the centre we want to find out how we can improve and serve the community better.
“We still have some spaces available and rather suspect people living in the neighbourhood might walk past because our doors are not always open and then think what we have to offer may not be available to them.”
The Coten End PreSchool is already based at the former youth centre which also offers rooms to the Physically Handicapped Able Bodied Club (PHAB), St John Ambulance, dancing, drawing, kickboxing, karate, TaeKwonDo and Mencap.
Chairman Roger Saunders said: “We want to know what you and your family would like to see happen at Warwickspace now and in the future.
“To help us find out we would be glad if people would complete our survey.”
For the survey visit www.surveymonkey.com/s/WSpaceCommunity Survey
Those interested can also get in touch via Twitter on https://twitter.com/WARWICKSPACE or Facebook on www.facebook.com/Warwickspace