Having an informal chat over a cuppa within a supportive peer network is the idea behind Riverwood Community Centre’s Dementia Café project. Funded by a $500 donation from Canterbury League Club, this project brings together carers in a space that provides mutual support and facilitates information sharing within a casual and relaxed environment. “Formal support
In the Canterbury LGA there is a recognised need for recreational activities and programs specialised for children and young adults with disabilities. The Horizon Theatre Company’s ‘Rising to the Challenge Project’ is addressing this need with the help of a $14,450 donation from Canterbury League Club. This project, based in Wiley Park, aims to provide
As winter approaches C-Life Health Club is turning up the heat with the introduction of two popular Les Mills classes into their group fitness timetable. For those that love barbell work and increasing muscle strength, BODYPUMP will be available Monday to Friday five times a week while BODYATTACK, which is a great cardio workout for
For migrant and non-English speaking women with children, qualified child minding services have proven to be a big drawcard to Canterbury City Community Centre’s ‘English Classes for Women’. Supported by a $4,700 donation from Canterbury League Club, the weekly English classes cater for Beginner to Advanced speakers and often have two teachers in each session.
The area at the front of Canterbury has been a hub of activity over the past few months as renovations continue on the new café. The new café is being built in between Reception and Flame Pizza + Grill at the northern wing of the Club. It will seat approximately 200 people in a mixture
Canterbury League Club’s donation of $45,500 to Canterbury Hospital was put to good use with the purchase of a multiuse orthopaedic drill set which has cut wait times for surgery. “In the past year there were over 50 additional orthopaedic cases performed. On some days we have two orthopaedic surgeons operating at the same time
Patients in Canterbury Hospital’s children’s and maternity ward received delicious chocolate treats last Thursday when Canterbury League Club donated 20 Easter hampers. Canterbury CEO Dave Brace together with Customer Services Manager George Cocokios, and Engage Rewards Host, Amos Chia, were on hand to present the children and new mums with boxes filled to the brim