Month: October 2015

Movember: Feel the power of the Mo

The month of November is going to get a lot itchier for the 16 Canterbury staff members who signed up to do  Movember – but it is all for a fantastic cause in support of raising awareness for men’s health. 16 Canterbury Mo Bros and Mo Sistas, or otherwise known as the ‘Canterbury Moustache League’,

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New cafe brewing skills for migrants

A newly opened social enterprise café in Campsie is helping recent migrants get a leg up on paid employment by providing skills to become job ready. The Canterbury Community Hub café, who received $22,000 in seed funding from Canterbury League Club, offers a six week training course with topics covering hygiene, occupational health and safety,

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St Basil’s Oxi Day a blast for residents

Residents at St Basil’s Nursing Home celebrated Oxi Day in a big way this year when a group of Canterbury League Club staff volunteers threw them a party. Over 100 residents from the Lakemba nursing home joined in the festive atmosphere and there were lots of laughs, conversation, Greek music and dancing. Canterbury also provided

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Chefs take Canterbury on a food adventure

Leading Canterbury’s team of chefs is Head Chef Kamal Mudunkothge. Kamal has recently joined Canterbury with 19 years’ experience in the industry working in five star hotels, restaurants, cafes, function centres and clubs. The cooking bug bit Kamal early on when he was 7 years old after he learned how to cook omelette with whatever

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Second stage of construction has begun

The exciting second phase of construction at Canterbury League Club has started with works focussed on delivering the new multi-storey underground car park, basement level production kitchen and constructing the shell of the new café.   Hoarding has gone up at the front car park coming off Bridge Road for construction of a new double

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