The Cambrian Community Centre hosted a bat walk and talk on Thursday 3rd October. Around 25 local residents attended the centre and made bat themed art and craft items before taking to Richmond Park with bat detectors.
They also had a chance to meet “Biggles” the giant bat who had a quick flight up Cambrian Rd as part of the activity. It was great fun and we hope to run it again next year when the bats come out of hibernation.
Our popular Wednesday Zumba classes are ceasing from this Wednesday (9th October). This is due to our tutor Sally starting a new job. We wish her all the best for this! Monday evening sessions (7.30-8.30pm) will continue as normal.
We are delighted to announce that Saturday gym sessions are resuming from Saturday 19th October. These will be run by Victoria, our new weekend gym instructor. The sessions will be extended, now running from 10am to 3pm. See you there!
We will be running a family walk and talk session on the evening of the 3rd October 6pm-8pm. There will be a quick introduction to the wonderful world of bats, a brief craft activity and a chance to meet “Biggles” the giant bat puppet. We will then take a short walk around the Community Centre and into Richmond Park using bat detectors to see what species are to be found in our area. If you wish to attend please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call to book places. PLEASE NOTE THIS ACTIVITY IS SUBJECT TO WEATHER.
The Cambrian Community Centre will be hosting an Autumn Equinox singing workshop with Maria Soriano on Sunday 22nd September from 7-9pm. Maria is a Singing4Health Voice leader and will be running this workshop for anyone looking to enjoy group singing in a supportive and fun environment. Reserve your place at email@example.com. More information at www.voicemagic.co.uk”
We are delighted to announce that Vicki, our amazing gym manager has recently become a mother!! She gave birth to baby Edward last week. We wish Vicki and Chris all the very best for this exciting new chapter of their life together. We are also looking forward to seeing Edward soon!
We are sad to announce that Jordan, one of the fantastic gym team, is moving on from the Cambrian Community Gym. Jordan has been a valued member of the team for the past few years and we will miss her. Jordan will continue to offer some of her massage session from the Centre so we will still see her occasionally. Due to Jordan’s departure we will be having to close the gym temporarily on Saturdays. Please bear with us while we recruit to fill this vacancy in the team.
We are sad to announce that Jordan, one of our superb gym team, is leaving us. Jordan has been a valued member of staff for several years and we will miss her as she moves on to develop her various skills in music, sport and massage. She will still be coming into the Centre occasionally to provide her popular massage sessions so we will still see her around. We wish her all the best. Whilst we recruit to fill Jordan’s role at the gym we will be temporarily closing the gym on a Saturday. Please bear with us whilst we seek to do this.
The staff and Trustees of the Cambrian Community Centre were very sad to hear of the death of Rachel Dickson on August 6th. Throughout her many years in Richmond Rachel dedicated her life to public service and campaigned ceaselessly for the improvement of the lives of the more disadvantaged in our community. She worked tirelessly in support of many of our much loved local voluntary institutions and played a large part, along with Richmond Parish Lands Charity, in the creation of the Queens Road Estate and the Cambrian Community Centre.
We owe her a huge debt of gratitude and wish to extend our sincere condolences to her family. She will be greatly missed.
After a break we are delighted that our popular creative writing sessions are returning. They restart on Tuesday 3rd September at 2pm (2-4). The group will meet on the first Tuesday of the month thereafter. The group will be facilitated by our new tutor Gwen.
Gwen MacKeith is a writer and translator of fiction, poetry and theatre from Spain and Spanish America, and a fiction editor for the arts quarterly, Ambit magazine.
The sessions are open to anyone interested in developing their creative writing skills in small supportive group setting.