Summer Activity Scheme

Safety First will run a 4-week Ofsted registered activity program for children aged 5-11-years (up to 18-years if a disability or learning difficulty is present) between 26th July to 22nd August from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Sedbergh Centre.  If you would like to book, please call the Safety First team on 01274 727233.

Summer Holiday Reschedules

Please note that some of the Sedbergh Centre activity sessions will be closed from 21st July and will re-open week commencing 4th September.
These sessions are:
Parent & Toddlers
Sedbergh Community Café
Lunch Club
Internet Café

Young at Heart will be relocating to Norman Lodge Residential Home’s Day Room from 26th July until week commencing 4th September and will be open to everyone. Boxing is now closed until 21st August 2017. All other sessions will remain open.

Fully Funded Course Opportunity

We have been offered a number of fully funded courses through the Learning Curve Group including Level 2 Certification in:

Understanding Autism   *   Dementia Care   *   Awareness of Mental Health Problems   *   Safe-handling of Medicines   *   Care Planning   *   End of Life Care   *   Management of Diabetes   *   Dignity and Safeguarding   *   Learning Disabilities   *   Infection Control   *   Lean Organisational Management   *   Behaviour that Challenges   *   Customer Service in Care   *   Extended Certificate in Health & Social Care Professions   *   Common Health Conditions   *   Equality and Diversity   *   Nutrition and Health   *   Caring for Children & Young People   *   Cleaning Principles   *   Team Leading   *   Information, Advice or Guidance   *   Business Administration   *   Customer Service   *   English   *   Math   *   Retail Operations   *   Warehousing.

To take part you must be age 19+ (born before 01/09/1997); not be in fulltime education and you must have lived in the EU for 3-years. If you are interested in gaining one of the above accredited qualifications (ncfe, CACHE, Ascentis) then please contact Lucy Carter at the Sedbergh Centre on 01274 679843 or with your name, date of birth, NI number and choice of three courses in order of preference by 22nd July. Please note this is a self-study course and the induction only will take place at the Sedbergh Centre, probably on a Friday morning.

The Sedbergh Youth & Community Centre would like to say a big thank you to the Sedbergh School Chapel for their generous donation of £892.46 from their speech day service collection.

Big Lunch BBQ

The Sedbergh Centre Big Lunch BBQ was great fun last month when members of the local community got together for a bite to eat. We had sunshine for most of the day and offered quizzes and raffled a splendid cake just for the occasion.

Thank you to Jillean Gregory for the fabulous baking and to the Stronger Communities Team for contributing to this great event.

It really was fantastic to see so many of you come out and take part in the Great Get Together. Here’s to the next one!

 Gentlemen’s Club

We would like to ask your thoughts about the possibility of holding a regular Gentlemen’s Club here at the Sedbergh Centre. We envisage it to take place straight after the Wednesday Lunch Club from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. offering a base for local gents to get together for social activities such as pool, dominoes, cards or even just to watch TV or read the paper. We can facilitate a group but would like it to be shaped by our community. So if you are interested in attending, know someone who may benefit or would like to volunteer please get in touch with us to let us know. There would be a small charge for admin purposes. Thank you  - Lucy