Plenty going on at Carrbridge Centre in Woodchurch

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10 Apr 2018
Residents from Woodchurch and across Wirral are being urged to pop down to the Carrbridge Community Centre this Easter holidays.

On Tuesday 10 April from 11am – 3pm, there will be a bouncy castle for children with a 50p charge for members and £1 for non-members.

Then, on Friday, there is a disco for children up to 11 years old from 11am until 3pm.

There is also a lunch club every Thursday for the over 55s. It costs £3 for two-course hot meal and entertainment.

The centre has also recently begun hosting a breakfast club which is co-organised by Community Connectors from local charity Involve Northwest. This runs every Monday from 11am until 1pm. A full English breakfast is on offer at 50p, along with the opportunity to meet other people.

Wirral West MP, Margaret Greenwood, who attended the breakfast club earlier this week said:

“It was great to go to the breakfast club and see such an enjoyable social event.

“Thanks must go to the volunteers at the centre as well as the Community Connectors who do such a fantastic job in putting it on.

“It’s a really good place to go to meet people and have a good breakfast.

“There is lots more going on at the Carrbridge Centre until the end of the week and beyond, and I would urge anyone who can to go along and see it for themselves.”

There are also regular classes and events throughout the week including samba drumming, Tai Chi, slimming world, Pop Cat’s music time, bingo, and more.

The centre also runs a social supermarket where food is available at low prices. They have recently started providing fresh meat through the supermarket too. Anyone can buy food at the supermarket and save themselves money in the process.

The centre is looking for volunteers to help them run the social supermarket, so get in touch with them on 0151 606 8913 if you can spare some time or if you would like any more information.