Easton Community Centre Spring Newsletter
It looks like the snow is finally departed and Sping is on the way!
We have a few dates for your diary, some updates from a few of our tenants and a survery we would love for you to complete if you have five minutes spare over a cuppa!
Important Dates For Your Diary
30th September : Community Centre Fundraiser, supported by the Plough and Easton Cowboys.
If you would like to help in any way, volunteering on the day or being part of the organizing committee please get in touch!
16th June: Summer Festival, Community Centre Fundraiser.
More details TBC – if you would like to volunteer on the day or be involved in the organizing of this event please get in touch.
Here at ECC we have lots of different organizations who rent space from us – Some of you may not know about them so here is a little update from a few of our tenants.
Hello from the Inner City and East Health Improvement team!
Mohammed El Sharif (manager), Daisy Rajput, Ismail Omar, Morowa Selassie, Nic Ferris, Tamadour Saliem, Teresa Cirant.
We are based at Easton Community Centre and Wellspring Healthy Living Centre.
We support individuals (through 1-2-1 sessions and groups) to make healthier lifestyle choices, we organise walks, circuit training, cycle training and lots more. If you want to find out more give us a call or drop in for a chat. A good time to chat to one of us is on Tuesday lunch time when we go on a short walk on the Railway Path, meeting in the community centre foyer at 12noon. Come join us for a walk and a chat or call us on 0117 3574032.
We share the office with the Inner City Team and we are a Health Improvement Team for Adults with learning disabilities, we are small team of four people and we work city wide to help adults with learning disabilities make healthy choices. We have a walking group, a relaxation class and visit students and organizations to talk about accessible information. You can contact Tracy Smith on 07876 814592 if you would like find out more.
Raised in Bristol
Raised in Easton, our first nursery, has been up and running in the Annex at Easton Community Centre since the beginning of the year. We’ve had such a wonderful start as places filling up more quickly than we imagined. This means that we’ve been busy recruiting for staff too – please pass on the details on our website to anyone you think might be interested: https://www.raisedinbristol.org.uk/work-with-us/.
Children’s nurseries in community spaces is not all that we do! Raised in Bristol can also support community and public service organizations to be more entrepreneurial. If you’ve got any questions about the nursery or other projects we work on, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d like say a huge thank you for the great welcome to Easton and we look forward to working together for a long time to come!