Canterbury Earlwood Caring Community Centre

Canterbury Earlwood Caring Community Centre
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The Canterbury Earlwood Caring Community Centre is a community based organisation managed by the Canterbury Earlwood Caring Association Ltd (CECAL). Canterbury Earlwood Caring Community Centre bankstown The Canterbury Earlwood Caring Community Centre is a community based organisation managed by the Canterbury Earlwood Caring Association Ltd (CECAL).  
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Bookings for these facilities are not managed by the City of Canterbury Bankstown. For booking enquiries, please contact the facility directly through the supplied details.​

​​About the CECAL

The parent organisation is the Canterbury Earlwood Caring Association Limited (CECAL).​

It acts as a community/neighbourhood centre and offers a range of services including:

Information & Referral, Social Support Programs, Community Visit Scheme, Volunteering, Playgroups, Parenting Information Sessions, Counselling for parents, Walking group for parents,  Day Care programs for seniors, frail aged and people with disabilities, Greek Women's Group (in partnership with the Greek Welfare Centre), English classes, Adult Leisure Learning Classes, the Earlwood Art Group, Computer classes, Yoga classes for adults, Yoga classes for children and families, Tai Chi, Men’s Group, Bi monthly Social bus trips.

CECAL produces a Newsletter, Caring News quarterly, to distribute to CECAL members and clients and  local organisations.

Hall h​ire

CECAL has a hall available to hire for a variety of purposes including exhibitions; drama, dance, exercise, martial arts and art based programs and community meetings and workshops.

The hire of the hall includes use of table, chairs, kitchen and toilets.

The hall will comfortably sit  60 - 70 people.

​Opening hours

Monday to Friday, 10am-4pm

Languages

  • Arabic;
  • Bangla;
  • English;
  • French;
  • Greek;
  • Italian;
  • Japanese;
  • Russian; and 
  • Spanish. 

Loc​ation

15 Clarke Street, Earlwood NSW 2206

Contact

 

The City of Canterbury Bankstown acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land, water and skies of Canterbury-Bankstown, the Darug (Darag, Dharug, Daruk, Dharuk) People. We recognise and respect Darug cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land. We acknowledge the First Peoples’ continuing importance to our CBCity community.