Don’t delay; book up today! You will not believe what’s happening this October during the half-term break at Cassandra Centre! Yes….we’re having a Family Time Fun day on Wednesday 23rd between 1.30 to 3.30 pm and of course you’re all invited. You’ve got to bring the children along though so they can take part in the creative arts and crafts activities. The cost is only £5 and this includes some light refreshments and some healthy drinks too. You can call us to book your place or just pop into Cassandra Centre at 1433a London Road, Norbury (above Llyods Bank) to book and pay. It’s going to be lots of fun, so don’t even think about missing out. Our Summer Project arts and crafts workshops were well attended, so don’t delay; book up today!!
We’re pleased to let you know that our popular coffee morning sessions are back on Wednesdays. Restarting on Wednesday 2 October from 10 am to 12 noon we’ll be running them every Wednesday. So if you came before, we’d love to see you again and this time why not bring a friend along with you. You can have a chat with some new people while enjoying a croissant or a cupcake and a coffee of course. There’ll be lots to share about everyday life or a new skill or training course you’d like to tell everyone about. So come on over and join in whenever you can, and we’ll see you there.
Jutta ten Herkel, BA (Hon) Psychology, is a systemic and Gestalt-trained psychotherapist, trainer and supervisor. She has continually contributed to the development of systemic constellation trainings in the UK, Italy, Spain, Romania and Mexico. She is the Lead Counsellor and Supervisor at Cassandra Centre and has previously run many workshops at the Centre. Jutta is running this popular ‘Resonating With What Is’ workshop again this year in October at the Cassandra Centre. She will help participants to look in a creative way at personal issues that may be troubling them – or limiting their ability to progress in their life and you are invited to book a place should you have an interest in Systemic Constellations. Please see the details below and we look forward to seeing you on the day.
Venue: The Cassandra Centre, (above Lloyds Bank, entrance on Stanford Road)
1433a London Road, Norbury, SW16 4AW
Time: 10.00am – 5.30 pm (please arrive by 9.45am for prompt start at 10.00am)
Cost: £130 – includes refreshments and lunch (limited concessions)
Booking: www.eventbrite.co.uk – search on Resonating With What Is
Contact: Jutta ten Herkel: T: +44 (0) 7960 403 005 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
On the last Friday of the month at Cassandra Centre in Norbury, London SW16 there’s an Open Ladies Discussion Group called, “Break the Silence” where young women aged 18 plus, and older women too, meet up to discuss and share their experiences around Domestic Violence and Abuse. The group was set up in July 2019 by a very brave young mum to help other young mums like herself, talk about the fate that they’ve suffered. She is beginning to turn her life around for herself and her children, and she’s calling on other women to join the group so they can get some help to turn their lives around too.
The words on the flyer are a reminder to her of what she’s experienced and these words are generally used by partners or husbands to beat down and humiliate women. Please contact Cassandra Centre if you would like to join in the discussion on the last Friday of the month from 5 to 7 pm, and together we can “Break the Silence.”
Our next Lunch Club will be taking place once again at Harlow Hall, Stanford Road, Norbury SW16 on Friday 30th August at 2.00 pm. Local elderly residents and other family members and their friends are welcome to attend to enjoy a meal, a chat with friends and other familiar faces. We plan to have a few activities before and after the lunch so come prepared to have some fun and a laugh too. The cost is £5 and you are invited to arrive from 11.00 am onwards and be with us until around 3.oo pm. So we hope to see you all there.
This is our 2019 Summer Projects timetable detailing the Wednesday and Friday activities starting on 7th August to 30th August. We’re also running workshops for young people who might want to consider learning how to become Barbers or Hair Groomers and this course will be for 11 to 16 year olds. Please contact us for details as this course will not be taking place at Cassandra Centre or Harlow Hall. The venue is in Upper Norwood, off Hermitage Road, London SE19 1RT.
The Worshipful The Mayor of Croydon, Cllr Humayan Kabir will be visiting the new Cassandra Lunch Club held at Harlow Hall, Stanford Road on Friday 30th August at 2 pm. The Mayor will attend our lucheon club which has recently started during the Summer holidays, and if there’s time, he might also visit our Centre which is not very far away at 1433a London Road, above Llyods Bank.
This will be a nice opportunity to see the Mayor out in the local community attending an event where older people will be enjoying a meal and socialising with other local people. Croydon has an estimated 10,000 older people who are lonely and about half of these elderly folk experience intense loneliness. The Mayor’s visit will be a pleasant surprise for those attending and a chance for some of Norbury’s residents to meet and chat with him.
This Summer starting on the 7th August right up to 30th August we have a range of activities that children and young people aged 6 to 16 years can come along to. There will be workshops covering arts and crafts, like sewing, bag and ruck sack design, clay modelling and knitting; outdoor games; learning chess and barbering & hair groomimg too. In fact there’s something for all your young creatives and artists to get involved with and have fun learning some new skills.
So please check out the details of each activity and book your child a place. They’ll have lots of fun while learning a new skill too.
On the first Wednesday of the month at Cassandra Centre in Norbury, we hold a monthly Men’s Health and Well-Being Focus Group for males aged 18 years + where individuals get a chance to meet and discuss specific issues that need talking about. Participants can analyse their thoughts and feelings and get help or advice in a safe and confidential open forum. We’ll be happy to welcome you to the group, so have a look at this flyer for more information and please contact us to book yourself a place.