Christmas Closure 2018
Please note that the centre will be closed from 3pm Friday 21st December until 10am Thursday 3rd January 2019.
If you need to speak to us then we can be reached via our Facebook page or via email – Paula@twcsc.co.uk
Please note that the centre will be closed from 3pm Friday 21st December until 10am Thursday 3rd January 2019.
If you need to speak to us then we can be reached via our Facebook page or via email – Paula@twcsc.co.uk
It’s that time of year again to nominate a good cause for the Co-op Community Dividend.
Please could I ask this year that for the Glascote branch you consider voting for the
Tamworth Wellbeing and Cancer Support Centre?
It’s really easy to do, just follow the link, fill in your name and address, select Glascote store and fill in the charity details.
Please vote and share this link with your friends, and help a local charity get some free funding.
You can only vote ONCE. Please don’t vote more than once because your vote then becomes invalid.
Thanks for your support
A well-known TV comedian has been revealed as the new ambassador for a vital Tamworth charity which supports people with cancer and chronic illnesses.
Staff and volunteers at Tamworth Wellbeing and Cancer Support Centre are celebrating after popular comedian Joe Lycett pledged his support for the cause by taking on the important role of charity ambassador.
The centre has set itself the ambitious challenge of raising £50,000 between now and March 5 when it celebrates five years in its current base in Craven, Stonydelph, and it is hoped that Joe’s involvement will help make this possible.
Thirty-year-old Joe, from Hall Green in Birmingham, is well-known for his hilarious consumer rights battles and complaints with officials and regularly appears on TV shows such as Live at the Apollo, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, 8 out of 10 Cats, QI, Roast Battle and Taskmaster.
He is good friends with Tamworth Wellbeing and Cancer Support Centre manager, Paula Da-Silva, and was only too happy to champion a cause he describes as a ‘big box of angels’.
Joe said: “We all know too well the damage and heartache cancer causes, but also how scary and lonely it is for those who have been diagnosed. The Tamworth Wellbeing and Cancer Support Centre is essentially a big box of angels who provide a ton of different support services, advice and compassionate care. I’ve visited the centre and seen first-hand how amazing it is and am proud to call its manager, Paula, my friend. I’m delighted to be announced as ambassador to their extraordinary centre, which provides invaluable and remarkable support for people living with cancer and other chronic illnesses.”
Tamworth Wellbeing and Cancer Support Centre offers a range of advice, support and therapeutic services to people affected by cancer and other chronic illnesses, and their families. These include holistic therapies such as reiki, reflexology and massage, craft therapies, wig and bra fitting, nail treatments, foot treatments, Tai Chi, Yoga, meditation and, most importantly, practical and emotional support in a friendly and welcoming environment.
It has helped hundreds of people over the years and currently has 400 clients on its books who are all being supported and helped in some way.
As a registered charity, the centre is completely self-funded, relying entirely on donations and fundraising. It costs around £3,000 per month to keep the centre running and every penny donated goes straight into supporting its services. Much of the work is made possible thanks to an incredible band of dedicated volunteers who give up their time to help and support those in need.
Paula said: “I used to work with Joe at an online radio station and we kept in touch and remained friends. He has visited the centre on a couple of occasions and was very impressed by what we do. I am delighted to have him on board as charity ambassador.
“We’ve set ourselves this ambitious target of raising £50,000 before our fifth birthday in this centre, which we will be celebrating in March. I’m hoping that with Joe on board we will be able to raise more awareness about what we do and have 50,000 extra reasons to celebrate come March 5! That amount of money would keep us going for around 16 months, which would be an amazing way to mark our fifth anniversary.”
All donations and fundraising activities to help reach the £50,000 total are welcome. Donations can be made via the Just Giving page at www.justgiving.com/fundraising/twcsc5.
We had a wonderful day yesterday at the Charity Golf Day organised by Four Oaks Legal Services.
We have an awful lot of people to thank who helped make the day such a huge success.
Thank you to everybody who donated golf and raffle prizes.
Thank you to all of our golfers and everybody who came along to the event, with special thanks to Mitch Powell, Ron Atkinson and Steve Staunton.
Thank you to Simon Smith and everybody at Aston Wood Golf Club for being such amazing hosts and really going above and beyond for us.
Thank you to all of our sponsors:
Elegance Solutions Ltd
Prizm Solutions Ltd
Brookes Stephens Accountants
Four Oaks Legal Services
The biggest thank you of all must go to Stuart and Liz McIntosh, along with everybody at Four Oaks Legal Services for organising the event – you did a fantastic job.
Thanks to the generosity of all of these incredible people we managed to raise …. £2209.15. We are delighted.
A huge congratulations to the winning team ‘The Peaky Blinders’ consisting of our very special guests Mitch Powell, Ron Atkinson, Steve Staunton and Simon Smith and to the runners up … our very own TWCSC Team. Also huge congratulations to the best individual player Richard Bywater and the runner up Stuart McIntosh. Nearest the pin winner was Simon Trevelyan, the longest drive winner was John Burton and the putting competition winner was Mark Blake – congratulations to you all.
Please keep Wednesday September 11th 2019 free – we are going to do it all over again!
We are delighted to welcome Georgia Foote to our team. Georgia will be working 2 days a week supporting our Centre Manager Paula with administrative work.
Up until now Paula has been the only paid member of the team to ensure continuity to the centre so we are very pleased to be able to finally add another employee to help with the workload. This addition shows that we are going from strength to strength as a charity and long may it continue.
Welcome to the team Georgia.
We have now made it even easier for you to make a donation to TWCSC.
You can now donate via text message. All you need to do is text XTLL70 to 70070 with the amount you want to donate.
For example if you want to donate £2 simply type XTLL70 £2 in your text message and send it to 70070.
Please get your phones out and help your small local charity!
In March 2019 The Tamworth Wellbeing & Cancer Support Centre will be celebrating 5 years at their building in Craven, Stonydelph. As a celebration they have set themselves a challenge to raise £50,000 between now and March 5th 2019.
It costs around £3000 per month to keep the centre running so this amount of money will mean that they can continue supporting clients for around 16 months. As a self-funded charity every penny donated helps enormously and goes straight back into the charity to supplement our services.
During the 5 years at Stonydelph the charity has won prestigious awards at the Tamworth Business and Community Awards as well as the Spirit of Tamworth Awards. They are also currently the chosen charity for the Lichfield and Tamworth Chamber of Commerce. It hasn’t all been plain sailing though; the charity has had to recover from severe flooding … twice! They have an incredible band of dedicated volunteers and their support is invaluable.
The charity supports people affected by cancer and other chronic illnesses. They have also supported hundreds of clients by providing various services such as:
Trustee Cathy Tibbles said “All of the services are completely free of charge to the clients, which is why fundraising is so important. Our events are aimed to be inclusive and enjoyable! We would be delighted if you wished to either adopt us as your charity for the year or organise your own event to raise money for us. Please get in touch if you would like to partner or sponsor events we are planning.”
To make a donation to this very worthy charity you can either send a cheque payable to Tamworth Wellbeing & Cancer Support Centre, 44 Craven, Stonydelph, Tamworth, Staffs, B77 4HH or via Just Giving https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/twcsc5
For further information please call Paula on 01827 899590 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Let’s work together to celebrate a ‘Happy Anniversary’
The word Shiatsu means finger pressure in Japanese. It works in the same way as acupuncture but uses nurturing touch instead of needles to move and support energy in the body. Blockages or stagnation in the energy flow can cause illness and disease.
Like acupuncture, Shiatsu claims to free blockages to the Ki flow and restore energy to areas where it is low. A Shiatsu practitioner does this by pressing on or stretching points on your body that lie along the lines of energy called meridian channels. Shiatsu practitioners believe that the therapy stimulates the circulation of your blood, helps to release toxins and tension from your muscles, and stimulates your hormonal system. This is believed to help the body heal itself.
Coping with cancer is a very individual thing and everybody deals with their diagnosis in their own way, it is important to remember there is no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ way. You are likely to feel a range of emotions when you are diagnosed with cancer. These may change over time, during treatment and when treatment has finished. You may feel like you are on an emotional roller coaster and feel like you are dealing with things fine one day but then completely overwhelmed the next.
It is important to talk about your feelings and your fears to somebody, don’t bottle everything up inside. Very often people don’t want to burden or upset their closest family and friends, they feel more comfortable offloading to somebody they are not so close to. This is exactly why our charity exists. If you do not live in our area then there may be another centre similar to ours or a hospice where you can go for support. Alternatively you can always contact many cancer support charities.
For details of other places to look for support in your area please call us on 01827 899590 and we would be happy to look into this for you.
You may decide you need professional counselling, and this isn’t something to be embarrassed about. A cancer diagnosis can be life changing, so it is only natural that it may have a huge impact on your emotional wellbeing.
Being positive and thinking positively can help you cope with cancer, but it is natural to also feel upset and frightened sometimes despite trying to be positive.
People with cancer are often encouraged to be positive. But it is not always very easy. Living with cancer and its treatment can be frightening. There will be times when you might feel low and worried about your future.
You can be positive and think positively without always feeling cheerful or optimistic.
It means recognising some of the fearful possibilities that can arise from having cancer. Thinking positively also recognises the importance of hope whatever your situation.
Even if your cancer is advanced, some treatments might relieve symptoms and improve quality of life.
Feeling upset and frightened can be a sign of strength and may reflect your courage in facing up to an uncertain future. But sometimes it can help to try to change negative thoughts into something more positive when they come into your head. This takes practice.
This doesn’t mean that you always have to stop yourself feeling down. It is important to allow yourself to experience your feelings.
It is fine to cry if you need to. If you feel very angry, find a safe way to express this.
You could try gentle exercise or listening to music. Sometimes they really can help. Maybe watch one of your favourite films or TV shows for a bit of escapism.
Make sure that you have a good support network of positive people around you that can really help lift your spirits and be there when you need a shoulder to cry on or an ear to listen to how you are feeling. Attending a centre like ours where you can talk to other people honestly and openly would be beneficial, you may be surprised at how much talking to others can help.
Remember to take each day as it comes and LISTEN TO YOUR BODY. Don’t try to overdo things but equally try to do little bits when you can. If you need to rest … REST!
Try to eat as well as you can which may not be easy if your cancer or treatment is making you sick or very tired. But if you can, eating a healthy, well balanced diet will keep up your energy levels and may make it easier to cope with feeling depressed or anxious. It also gives your body the best fuel possible to keep fighting.
Try different relaxation techniques such as meditation or yoga. Also maybe having a massage or reiki may help you feel more relaxed. We do all of these things at the centre so please call us to book an appointment if you feel you can benefit from them.
Keeping a journal or diary may help to release your feelings, by putting words on paper you are letting go instead of keeping them bottled up inside. A diary can also help you spot patterns, for example if you check back you may see that it is always on a certain day after your chemotherapy that you start to feel tired or sick, so then you can plan for your next chemo sessions and know in advance when your bad days are likely to be. You can also read back and see the progress you have made and how far you have come which may well be the incentive you need to keep on going.
Craft therapy can be another way to help as a coping mechanism. By taking your mind off your illness and concentrating on other things it can give you some time to relax, create something arty and let your mind wander away from ‘cancer’. We hold craft groups at the centre and by talking to other people whilst making different things it really helps our clients to escape from their problems for a short time.
When your treatment is over this may be the time when you feel at your worst emotionally, don’t worry, this is very normal. Often during a cancer diagnosis you are on a treadmill of appointments, treatments and more appointments. It is often the case that when you step off that treadmill and have no more appointments you feel adrift and don’t know where to turn. It can be a scary place to be when you don’t have another appointment for 6 or 12 months, and you may be frightened that your cancer will come back. This is a completely understandable reaction but it is important not to bury those fears. Please talk about them to somebody you trust, whether that be a family member, a friend or a cancer support centre like ours.
The most important tip we can give you for coping with not just cancer but with any chronic illness is one word ….. TALK!
Reiki is a hands-on type of healing used as a complementary therapy.
The Japanese word Reiki means universal energy. Eastern medicine systems work with this energy, which flows through all living things and is vital to wellbeing. The energy is known as ‘Ki’ in Japan, ‘Chi’ in China and ‘prana’ in India. Reiki isn’t part of any type of religion or belief system. It is best described as a hands on healing used as a complementary therapy.
A Reiki practitioner aims to change and balance the energy fields in and around your body to help on a physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual level.
Reiki practitioners say that it can:
Some people with cancer say they feel better after using therapies such as Reiki.
Studies show that this is often because a therapist spends time with the person, and touches them.
After the rush and stress of hospitals and treatment, it can be very relaxing when someone gives you attention for an hour or more, in a calm setting. Reiki is sometimes used in palliative care, especially in hospices.
Some people say that Reiki has helped to control side effects of their cancer treatments, such as pain, anxiety and sickness.
They also say that it helps them cope better with their cancer and its treatment. But it’s important to bear in mind that while Reiki may help you to cope with your symptoms or side effects, it is not able to treat your cancer.
On your first visit, your Reiki practitioner will ask you about your general health and medical history. They will ask you why you would like to have Reiki and discuss your treatment plan with you.
You don’t have to get undressed for treatment. You usually take your shoes and coat off and have it sitting or lying down. You can have your eyes open or closed.
Your Reiki practitioner might dim the lights or play soothing music. They put their hands on, or a few inches above, your body. They will move their hands across your body, usually starting at your head and working down to your feet, but may focus on particular areas of the body.
The aim is to move and balance the energy within and around your body. And to get rid of any energy blocks to encourage physical healing and strengthen your energy.
You might feel a tingling sensation, a deep relaxation, or warmth or coolness throughout your body. Or, you might not feel anything at all. Practitioners say this doesn’t mean the treatment isn’t working.
A session usually lasts between 20 minutes and an hour. Many practitioners say you will get the best results from 3 sessions within a fairly short space of time. Then take a break before having more treatments.
You might feel thirsty after a session. It can help to drink plenty of water and avoid strong caffeine based drinks, such as coffee.
You might feel deeply relaxed, and resting at home afterwards can help you get the full benefit of the treatment.
Reiki can be sent remotely. An appropriately trained practitioner can send healing over a distance. So you can be in your own home having Reiki from a person elsewhere.
If you don’t feel comfortable with anything, it’s important to discuss this with your practitioner.
Generally speaking, Reiki is safe for most people with cancer. Most practitioners will advise you to rest and drink plenty of water after treatment. There are no reports of harmful side effects.
It is safe to have Reiki alongside your cancer treatment. But it’s important to tell your doctor about any complementary therapy, alternative therapy or diet supplement that you use. Then your doctor will always have the full picture about your care and treatment.
There is no scientific evidence to prove that Reiki can prevent, treat or cure cancer, or any other disease.
But, many healthcare professionals accept Reiki as a useful complementary therapy which may help lower stress, promote relaxation and reduce pain.
We wish to recruit a part time administrative assistant to support the Centre Manager and help to ensure the smooth running of the charity.
This post is for 10 hours per week based over 2 days with possible extra hours to cover holidays/sickness. The working days are flexible with agreement from the Centre Manager.
This would be a highly rewarding role for the right candidate. You would gain experience not only in the skills involved in the administration of a charity but other skills such as fundraising and events organising. Job satisfaction is a huge part of this role, to know you are helping to provide support for people affected by cancer and other chronic illnesses and their families can provide a huge sense of fulfilment.
Closing date for applications is 12 noon on 2nd July 2018.
Interviews will be held on Tuesday 10th & Wednesday 11th July 2018.
For a job description and person specification please contact Paula Da-Silva on 01827 899590 or email Paula@twcsc.co.uk.
We provide free therapies to our clients including holistic therapies and nail treatments.
We now need 1 volunteer nail technician and 2 holistic therapists. Hours are negotiable and can be discussed. Even 4 hours a fortnight will be a huge help to us.
Our clients deserve to be pampered so please help us to make that happen if you possibly can.
If you are interested please contact Paula Da-Silva on 01827 899590 or email email@example.com.
On Friday 22nd March at Wilnecote Working Men’s Club we will be hosting a charity event in aid of Tamworth Wellbeing & Cancer Support Centre.
The evening will be hosted by Mark Paul from Radio Tamworth, and we will be entertained by vocal harmony group ‘4th Avenue’.
A vocal harmony group based in the Midlands, made up of four friends who have a combined 50 years of experience touring the UK and Europe as solo artists, decided to combine talents to create something special with 4th Avenue
Compared by many to The Overtones due to their vocal range, slick routines and great cover versions of classic songs, they provide shows for every occasion.
Doors open at 7pm with the fun starting at 8pm.
Tickets are £15 each but you can purchase your tickets before Friday 1st February 2019 for the early bird discount price of only £12.50.
To purchase tickets contact Paula Da-Silva on 01827 899590 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
When paying for tickets on Just Giving please remember to leave your name – Just Giving Link
Please join us for our annual charity Christmas Ball in aid of the Tamworth Wellbeing & Cancer Support Centre.
On Saturday 7th December 2019 at the Tower Suite, Drayton Manor.
Arrival time 7pm – Dinner served at 8pm.
Hosted by Alex Farrell
Entertainment from 4th Avenue, a vocal harmony group based in the Midlands, made up of four friends who have a combined 50 years of experience touring the UK and Europe as solo artists, decided to combine talents to create something special with 4th Avenue.
Dress code is formal black tie/evening wear
Ticket price £45 which includes a 2 course meal
To book tickets please contact Paula Da-Silva on 01827 899590 or email email@example.com
Deposit required as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Tickets can be paid for in instalments however the final payment is required by Friday November 15th.
Payments can be made in cash by visiting the centre, by cheque made payable to ‘Tamworth Wellbeing & Cancer Support Centre’ and posted to 44 Craven, Stonydelph, Tamworth, Staffs, B77 4HH or via Just Giving here
When paying on Just Giving please remember to leave your name and how many tickets you would like.
There will be a set menu which is yet to be confirmed
Please advise of any special dietary requirements when booking tickets.
Please note this event is for over 18’s only
Did you know that whenever you buy anything online – from your weekly shop to your annual holiday – you could be collecting free donations for Tamworth Wellbeing & Cancer Support Centre?
There are over 3,000 shops and sites on board ready to make a donation, including Amazon, John Lewis, Aviva, thetrainline and Sainsbury’s – it doesn’t cost you a penny extra!
It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3…
1. Head to https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/twcsc/ and join for free.
2. Every time you shop online, go to easyfundraising first to find the site you want and start shopping.
3. After you’ve checked out, that retailer will make a donation to your good cause for no extra cost whatsoever!
There are no catches or hidden charges and Tamworth Wellbeing & Cancer Support Centre will be really grateful for your donations.
Thank you for your support.
Quite a number of people have indicated that they would like to donate money to the Tamworth Wellbeing & Cancer Support Centre instead of buying Christmas Cards so I thought I would make like easy for everybody and create a Just Giving page specifically for this purpose.
If you would like to donate we are extremely grateful for every single penny.
We are so proud to announce that for the second year running we have been named as the ‘Community Group of the Year’ at the Tamworth Business and Community Awards.
The presentation was held at Drayton Manor with over 300 people in attendance and we all had a fantastic evening.
We would like to thank Dave Harper and Andy Smith for organising such a fabulous event celebrating the successful businesses and community groups in Tamworth.
We are delighted to announce that we have received joint funding from County Councillors Jason Jones and Alastair Little for our new project starting on Monday 4th September.
Our project is called the ‘TWCSC Wellbeing Activity Group’ and the idea of our project is to help our clients become a little bit more active, improving their health and wellbeing. We have six weekly cycles of activities which will be FREE OF CHARGE to our clients.
Cycle 1 SINGING FOR HEALTH – Monday 4th September 10.30-11.30am for 6 weeks: – this is particularly helpful for any lung conditions. It helps with breathing techniques, lung capacity, social interaction, stress reduction and improved mood.
Cycle 2 YOGA/SEATED YOGA – Monday 16th October 10.30-11.30am for 6 weeks – Yoga/Seated Yoga – this will be tailored to the individual needs of the clients.
Cycle 3 TAI CHI – Monday 27th November 1.30-2.30pm for 6 weeks (with Xmas break) – Tai Chi – the benefits of Tai Chi are better mood, lower levels of depression, stress and anxiety. It also enhances flexibility, balance and agility
Cycle 4 MEDITATION/RELAXATION – Monday 22nd January 10.30-11.30am for 6 weeks – Meditation/Relaxation – to reduce stress, improve concentration and mood.
Most importantly of all we aim to have fun!!!
We hope you can join us
We are delighted to announce we have bagged £4000 from a Tesco funding scheme.
Tesco teamed up with Groundwork to launch its Bags of Help funding initiative, which sees grants – raised from the 5p bag levy – being awarded to thousands of local community projects every year.
People in Tamworth and Lichfield voted with their tokens and we were declared the winners.
We are now able to fund our CRAFT GROUP starting next Friday 8th September from 10.30am – 2pm. Our craft leader Lorna Granger has many projects planned including glass painting, christmas crafts, pencil drawings and watercolours.
Please come along and join us every Friday from 10.30am.
We have now officially dried out and will re-open on Monday 14th August at 10am.
Once again thank you so much to Belfor for coming to our rescue and helping us to dry out the building so quickly. We couldn’t have re-opened so quickly without their help.
Thank you also again to everybody that has helped out this week getting the centre clean, dry, tidy and back to its habitable state.
We look forward to welcoming everybody back next week. Have a great weekend everybody.
Please note that unfortunately we have had to close the centre again due to flooding. We hope to re-open on Monday 14th August but will keep you all posted.
We have had a huge mop up operation today but unfortunately part of the building still needs drying out properly. Thankfully Belfor have come to our rescue and very kindly donated their equipment to help us dry the building out quickly so that we can re-open for our clients. Thank you particularly to Jo and Nick for helping us.
We would also like to say a huge thank you to everybody that came out today to help us with ‘Operation Clean Up’ – we are getting quite good at this now!
Tamworth Wellbeing & Cancer Support Centre has been shortlisted for a public vote in the Tesco’s Bags of Help initiative. Please vote for us to win the top prize in store during the months of May and June, voting ends on June 30th
The participating stores are:
AMINGTON TAMWORTH EXP B77 3DG
DOSTHILL TAMWORTH EXP B77 1LE
FAZELEY TAMWORTH EXP B78 3RB
LICHFIELD WS13 6DZ
LICHFLD NETHRSTOW EXP WS13 6BA
SHENSTONE LICHFLD EXP WS14 0JR
To vote, you will need to make a purchase within store of any value. You will receive one token per transaction and it’s not necessary to purchase a carrier bag in order to receive a token.
The project with the highest number of votes across our region will receive up to £4,000, the second placed project up to £2,000 and the third placed project £1,000.
Your support would be hugely appreciated!
Please note that the centre will be closed on Friday 14th April & Monday 17th April due to the Easter Bank Holiday. We will re-open on Tuesday 18th April at 10am.
On Friday 3rd February we attended the Spirit of Tamworth Awards at Drayton Manor. It was an incredibly emotional evening with so many moving stories and worthy winners.
We were honoured to have been presented with the ‘Community Group of the Year’ award.
There were so many amazing people in our category who were equally deserving of the award and we would like to thank them, along with all of the other nominees throughout the night, who do such fantastic things within our community. We are very lucky to have them.
We are very proud, and extremely overwhelmed, to announce that on Friday evening at the Tamworth Business & Community Awards we won the award for Community Group of the Year. Our Centre Manager Paula Da-Silva came second in the category of Citizen of the Year. The awards were hosted by Paul Ross & Alex Farrell. We had a fabulous night and will be celebrating for weeks to come! Thank you to the organisers and everybody involved for a fantastic evening! We did it!!!!!
Thank you so much to Axiom GB who have donated a very generous £2000 in memory of Amanda Cockle. Thank you also to Robert Cockle for coming in and accepting the cheque on our behalf.
This huge amount of money will help us to continue to provide our much needed services to our clients. Amanda was such a huge part of the centre and her memory will always live on. On behalf of all the clients, volunteers and trustees thank you from the bottom of our hearts
The Tamworth Wellbeing & Cancer Support Centre will be closed for a short period during March 2016. This is because we are finally able to have our flooring replaced after the flood we experienced in July 2015. Whilst we are closed this also gives us an opportunity to have a major spring clean and get the centre back to the lovely state that it should be.
We have also been given the opportunity to use Fazeley Church Centre, attached to the back of the church, next to Millfields School. (St Paul’s Church Hall, Coleshill Street, Fazeley, Tamworth, Staffs, B78 3RQ)
The centre will be closed from Friday March 11th and will re-open after Easter on Tuesday March 29th.
Please see below an easy to follow list of dates:
Friday March 11th Go to St Paul’s Church
Monday March 14th Go to St Paul’s Church
Tuesday March 15th Closed
Wednesday March 16th Closed
Thursday March 17th Closed
Friday March 18th Go to St Paul’s Church
Monday March 21st Go to St Paul’s Church
Tuesday March 22nd Closed
Wednesday March 23rd Closed
Thursday March 24th Closed
Friday March 25th Good Friday – Closed
Monday March 28th Bank Holiday – Closed
Tuesday March 29th RE-OPEN with new flooring!!! (HOORAY!!!!)