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23 Nov 2017 - November Newsletter

Welcome to our second newsletter. A lot has been happening in the last month although not all of it will have been visible to the naked eye. The one thing we hope you have noticed is that the bar is now open every Friday from 6pm to 10pm and trade is building steadily week on week. That's not only great news from a social point of view - users from different groups, plus friends and neighbours can meet and chat - but also the bar is now contributing financially to the House. Come and join us.  Read more here >

     

31 Oct 2017 - October Newsletter

It has been just over two months since the Emergency General Meeting and the appointment of a new Board of Trustees. As you'll be aware if you are a regular user of the House or were at that meeting, Shrewsbury House Community Association faced a financial crisis that could have led to closure. We're glad, therefore, to tell you that any immediate threat has been averted and for the remainder of this financial year at least we are secure.  Read more here >

     

26 Oct 2017 - The bar is open again!

After some confusion over the terms of our licence and changes in staffing we are now ready to re-open the bar. For an initial period we'll be opening on Fridays from 6pm to 10.00pm and hope you'll come and join us for a celebratory drink. During this initial period the bar will be staffed by members of the Board of Trustees so it's a good opportunity to come and have a chat too.  Read more here >

     

6 Oct 2017 - Fang-tastic Halloween Party

The nights are drawing in and soon, through the mist and murk of a cold Autumn evening, will come the fearful cry of "trick or treat". Yes it's Halloween again. The time of year every parent dreads when their children get so full of sugar they won't sleep for a fortnight.  Read more here >

     

29 Sep 2017 - Enjoy a slice with us

On Friday 29th September from 10am to 1pm Shrewsbury House was one of hundreds of venues around the country taking part in the World's Biggest Coffee Morning for Macmillan Cancer.  Read more here >

     

24 Aug 2017 - The heart and focus of our community

Local MP Clive Efford and Royal Borough of Greenwich Assistant Chief Executive Katrina Delaney were among those showing support for Shrewsbury House Community Centre (SHCC) at the recent Emergency General Meeting.  Read more here >

     

 

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