Welcome to Marsh Community Centre!
Please see our Calendar for weekly acitivities
|Mon||Open Access||Parent and Toddler Group||Youth Work - 4 to 7 Years||Boxing||Youth Work 12 +|
|Tue||Open Access||Youth Work - 8 to 11 Years||Youth Work - 12 +|
|Thu||Open Access||Youth Work - 8 to 11 years||Youth Work - 12+|
|Fri||Coffee and Cake||Boxing|
The Guardian Charity Awards 2016: We Won!
We are over the moon to have Won the national Guardian Charity Awards 2016.The Guardian Charity Awards offer a unique platform to celebrate the success of small and medium-sized charities working to improve social wellbeing. For 24 years, they have showcased their work and given winners the backing and profile they need to move forward. We would like to thank staff, volunteers, service users and everyone in the community who has made our small charity the magical being it is today. Onwards and upwards! You can read more here
New Parent and Toddler Group!
New parent? Want to meet new people? Want you and your child to have fun?
We are starting a FREE group for all parents and children, to socialise with new parents share support and advice, or just to have a break! The bennifit of social interaction at early ages, encourages your child to be more social and confident, so why not join us for a coffe, cake and some games every monday 10.30am-12pm.
New Outdoor Shelter
8th October 2016
Thanks to some generous funding, we now have an outdoor shelter on the Centre grounds. So even when the Centre is closed, there is a place to keep out of the cold and rain this winter!
Manager's Maternity Leave
20th September 2016
Our Amazing Centre Manger Rebecca, Leaves today on maternity, to have her two bundles of joy! The centre will be left in the lovely hands of Deborah and will be running as normal. We wish Rebecca all the best in her new adventure and look forward to her return. from all of us at the centre. Good Luck!
Read further about our amazing Centre Manager, Rebecca Joy Novell here
Open Access is a drop-in for anyone aged over 16 who needs support or advice with housing, benefits, health issues or probation. We also have a dedicated Education, Training and Employment Worker who can help you find work.
Boxing is run by local residents and is intense training for those who want to keep fit.
We offer sessions for young people from the age of four. The sessions are an opportunity for young people to socialize in a safe environment, whilst also exploring themselves and the world around them. Through informal education and issue based sessions, we cover a range of topics. A lot of the work we currently do is prevention work and empowering young people to make informed decisions and choices about their lives, offering bespoke advice and support for each young person who comes to us.
Friday Coffee and cake 1.30-3.00pm
Women of all ages welcome to join us for great cake, conversation and choice of activity if you wish. A good place to make new friends and share interests.
Lancaster and Morecambe Asylum and Refugee Support
This project works with newly arrived asylum seekers and refugees in the district. Please see our project website for more information: http://lmars.org.uk.