Cyril Henry Murray, or more fondly known as Harry, aged 88, passed away on Wednesday 13 September 2017. Born on 29 November 1928, Harry was a Canterbury League Club Member since January 1964, joining not long after the start of another adventurous expansion program of the original ‘Paragon No.1’ building back when the club was known
Canterbury staff will be throwing their support behind National Breast Cancer Foundation’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month by running activities in October to raise funds for breast cancer research and prevention. From 9-15 October, Bakehouse Café’s front dessert display cabinet will be awash with delicious pink sweets and treats such as pink cupcakes, pink donuts, pink
Congratulations Ian Streater you and 3 friends have won the Ultimate Grand Final Experience.
Canterbury League Club has always been part of the magic of ‘Big Change for Little Champions’ telethon to raise money for Starlight Children’s Foundation and this year was no different. Canterbury Director Steve Mortimer OAM was on-hand during the live taping of The Footy Show to present a cheque to Starlight for $25,000 and to
Early in September, Canterbury League Club recognised the achievements and service of 45 staff members at their annual Staff Awards Night. In the beautifully-decorated Paragon Room, Canterbury recognised staff members who reached five-year service milestones with award recipients coming from various departments including Food and Beverage, Gaming, Marketing, Security and Surveillance, C-Life, and Reception. Aside
91 Canterbury staff members successfully crossed the finish line of the Virgin Pulse Global Challenge after walking through their 100-day journey. The step challenge and health initiative, which commenced three months ago on 24 May, encouraged teams of seven from all over the world to walk and exercise more to increase their daily movement. The
Banyan Brasserie is currently closed to make way for a brand new restaurant called The Bistro. The Bistro will offer approximately 700 seats in a combination of internal and al fresco seating, about double the 390 seating capacity of the existing Banyan Brasserie. The Bistro will offer an exciting full cook-to-order menu featuring everything from classic
In September, workers will move in to start demolishing the Banyan Brasserie to make way for a brand new restaurant called ‘The Bistro’. Hoarding has already gone up however while construction is happening, Banyan will still continue to trade with a limited menu of club favourites. Please click here to read more about the new
Canterbury League Club has always been a large community supporter and this year is no different with 17 local organisations sharing a local area ClubGrants funding pool of $208,786. Local organisations use the funding to run specific health and social welfare programs that assist different groups in need within the local community. Some of this
Congratulations Jamie Elvy, you and 3 friends have won dinner with Raymond Faitala-Mariner & Danny Fualalo. Come along, grab a bite to eat and meet the boys next Tuesday 22nd August for your chance to win dinner with Will Hopoate & Tyrone Phillips.