Overcoming abuse through art and dramaThursday, 26 April 2018
A donation of $13,530 from Canterbury League Club to Horizon Theatre in Wiley Park has gone towards an innovative theatre program aimed at educating young people about domestic violence and abuse and how to avoid it. Called ‘Besting the Beast’, participants worked in drama workshops and used the story of Beauty and the Beast to
AIR MATTRESS HELPING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES SLEEP BETTERTuesday, 17 April 2018
A joint partnership between Canterbury League Club and The Lantern Club to donate $8318 to The Northcott Society’s respite house in Roselands has seen many of their clients sleeping better at night. The donation was used to purchase four special Airlo5 air-pressurised mattresses which help move clients while they sleep at night to prevent bed
NEW PERMANENT DRIVEWAY NOW OPENTuesday, 10 April 2018
Canterbury’s redevelopment is another step closer to completion with the opening of the new permanent driveway in April. The new driveway links up to the existing rear car park and is the final permanent entry – the temporary driveway has been closed for demolition and will eventually become the entrance to the underground loading dock. One
Shining the light on our SES volunteersMonday, 26 March 2018
The lights at the local NSW State Emergency Service (SES) Canterbury Unit are shining brighter after a $7,451 grant from Canterbury to help purchase three new portable lights, GPS navigation units and some furniture. “The portable lights come with power packs and are designed to be deployed quickly and eﬃciently to provide scene lighting at
Moxon Sports Club opening later this monthWednesday, 28 February 2018
In just a few short weeks, Canterbury’s new club, Moxon Sports Club, will open after a five month $3 million renovation. The complete overhaul will introduce a brand new restaurant called Bistro on Moxon, a new kitchen and bathrooms, an outdoor extension to the front of the clubhouse, a rich timber-clad front entrance, new carpets
YOTS reaching out to Belmore youthMonday, 26 February 2018
The long partnership between Canterbury League Club and Youth Off The Streets has seen another $9,875 donated to help YOTS reach out to disadvantaged and at-risk Canterbury youth. The funding will be used to run an annual camp for 20 youth, monthly education workshops as well as provide resources for weekly outreach to Canterbury youth.
Congratulations…Thursday, 22 February 2018
Congratulations to Brian Sullivan, winner of our Round 1 Ultimate Bulldogs Experience. Brian & a mate will be off to Perth to watch the Bulldogs in style.
Dine at Bistro on MoxonThursday, 22 February 2018
Owner Gary Di Paola is no stranger to the appetites of Canterbury-Bankstown residents after his successful ten-year run at La Piazza in Bankstown Sports Club. The intrepid restauranteur is also familiar with club dining after opening up a similarly popular restaurant at South Coogee Bowling Club. Gary is now embarking on a new adventure, running
WORK PROGRESSING ON STAGE 2 OF THE BISTROTuesday, 20 February 2018
With the start of 2018, there is a renewed drive to complete the final stages of Canterbury’s massive redevelopment which is slated for completion later this year. A lot of the work is focused on the front of the Club as Parkview continue building the external extension which will house The Bistro’s new alfresco area.
DISCOUNTED GROCERIES HELPING THOSE IN NEEDMonday, 29 January 2018
Healthy food is usually one of the first items to be cut from the budgets of struggling families in the face of rising living costs – a Campsie organisation is helping to change that via an $11,840 donation from Canterbury League Club. The Staples Bag, an initiative of Settlement Services International (SSI), provides a weekly