The Cambrian Centre has a new website and you are looking at it! We’ve updated our site to make it easier to read on mobile devices and easier for staff and volunteers to update. If you have any problems or suggestions please let us know. Write to Vicki@CambrianCentre.org Continue reading “New Web Site”
On Saturdays the gym will continue to open at 10 am and close at 1 pm –we operated these hours during the summer, and having consulted users, it seems that these hours work for almost all users, so they will continue.
Yoga 8 – A specially designed course of 4 weekly classes for those interested in understanding how yoga works to transform life as well as improve fitness and body shape AND sustain the ‘feel good’ factor beyond the weekly class. Block book to ensure you can attend each week. 6:30pm – 7:45 pm each Monday. Full details and prices here.
Spend Tuesday evenings around an indoor campfire singing great songs and having a good laugh. The atmosphere is relaxed, no pressure, no audition and no previous experience required. More details in the flyer here.
This 10 week class starts on Thursday 14th Sept and runs every Thursday Evening, 7.00 – 8:30 pm, until 16th November, at the Cambrian Centre. We will focus on the role women have played in Art and look in depth at different female artists over the course of history.
£150. Pay by 1st September and pay only £120 (concessions available). More details here. Call Kelly on 07707743146 to book.
(June 2017) If you are a Twitter user you can follow us using the hashtag #cambriancentre and our handle is @Cambrian-Centre. Our tweets are also shown on our website.
The Cambrian Community Centre went to the Fair! Our pitch (see picture) attracted much interest, and we managed to raise close to £700 for the Centre. Our thanks go to all the many people who helped; on the day, in preparation and also by donating Bric-a-brac or Tombola prizes. More pictures can be seen by clicking here.
The auction of local artist Desmond Jones’ work took place and the picture we were allocated was sold. We are extremely grateful to his family for the generous donation of some of the proceeds – many thanks!
“Our” picture is shown on the right, Blue/Red Dancer (catalogue number 9.) The sale was at Richmond upon Thames College/ Full details can be found at http://desmondjonesart.co.uk
The Supper Quiz was a great success – we raised more than £1300! Many thanks to the Friends of the Cambrian Centre who ran the very popular and enjoyable annual event. We hope to repeat this event next year.
We are very grateful to Kew Village Market for an award of £1000 towards our Gym Equipment fund. We have not replaced much equipment for many years and this year have been attempting to remedy this as reported already. This generous grant will help us make a major improvement to the standard of equipment in our gym. The picture shows our manager, Mary McDonald, on the left, and Chair, Teresa Grafton on the right, receiving the cheque from the Mayor and Lady Mayoress on 2nd October. The market runs on the first Sunday each month and is well worth a visit!