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Christmas Craft Fayre

Christmas Craft Fayre this Saturday 9th December 2017 at Crownway Community Centre! Come along between 9am-3pm for Christmas crafts, face painting, cards, sand art, body butter, wax melts, flowers and cakes. There will also be a green screen photo booth!

The fayre is in support of Little Smarties Play and Support Group for families living with social communication difficulties and ASD.

Upcoming Vacancy: Caretaker & Assistant

Caretaker / Centre Assistant

Hours: 21 hours per week
Salary: National Living Wage

12 months fixed contract
(to be reviewed dependent on funding)

Mon 5pm–9pm / Tues 5pm–9.30pm / Wed 5pm–9pm / Thurs 9am–10.30am & 5pm–9pm / Fri 6pm–9pm

(Some flexibility in hours may be required, including some weekend work when required)

Role Responsibility
We are looking for a responsible, committed and skilled person to join our staff team in the New Year. We will require a part-time Caretaker / Centre Assistant from February 2018 onwards to support in the smooth running of the community centre.

The main responsibility of the role will be to maintain a secure on-site presence, mainly working Monday to Friday between the evening hours of 5.00pm – 9.30pm, with occasional Saturdays as and when required. The suitable candidate will possess good DIY skills, have knowledge of Health and Safety guidelines, good customer service skills as basic cafe duties will be required, and a willingness to learn new things.

The successful candidate must hold a full valid driving licence and have use of their own vehicle. Travel expenses will be paid.

The Ideal Candidate will also:
• Have a strong community spirit
• Work well as part of a team
• Possess an understanding and appreciation of volunteering
• Be friendly and have a positive ‘can-do’ attitude
• Have self-motivation and be able to work on own initiative
• Have a full clean driving licence (essential)

Application Pack:

(1) Cover Letter

(2) Job Description / Person Specification

(3) Application Form

(4) Equal Opportunities Form

Click here to download and read our full Equality & Diversity Policy.

An application pack may be collected from the Centre office between 9am-3pm Monday to Friday.

Alternatively, contact Carol or Craig on 01925 222907 or email: with your full contact details.

Closing date for applications will be:
Friday 5th January 2018 (at 3pm)

Interviews scheduled to take place week beginning:
Friday 29th January 2018
(Dependent on suitability of applications received)

Please do not include or send your CV. This is an application process only.
This post will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check paid for by the organisation.

Crownway Community Centre is an equal opportunities employer

Know Your Numbers Week

18th – 24th September 2017

Know Your Numbers! Week is the UK’s biggest blood pressure testing and awareness event.

High blood pressure has no symptoms – that’s why it’s called the silent killer, so the only way to know if you are at risk from a stroke or heart disease is to have a blood pressure check.

This year’s theme is STOP Stroke. High blood pressure is responsible for approximately 60% of strokes and the number of strokes among younger adults is increasing. As 9 out of 10 strokes are preventable we’re urging people to check their blood pressure as part of Know Your Numbers! Week – regardless of age. Together we can help to prevent death and disability from stroke and heart disease caused by high blood pressure.

Help us to STOP stroke and heart disease by finding out your blood pressure numbers at Crownway Community Centre Pressure Station near you during Know Your Numbers! Week.

Drop in to Crownway Community Centre
Mon – Fri 12pm-4pm for a free blood pressure check and more information.

Senior Road Safety Event

Senior road users are invited to attend an event hosted by the St Helens Council Road Safety Team.

The event will be held on WEDNESDAY 27th SEPTEMBER 2017 (10am-2pm) at Crownway Community Centre.

There will be a number of multi-agency presentations during the morning session followed by a FREE hot pot lunch, with refreshments.

The event will also feature a small market place of information and advice stands designed to raise awareness to drivers, pedestrians, cyclists and public transport users. The market place will have lots of information and freebies from all the agencies attending listed, specifically for senior road users. Eg. keyring, torches, pens, notepads, magnifying credit cards, etc..

The agencies attending are from Merseyside Police, Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service, Arriva, Age UK, Senior Voice, Institute of Advanced Motorists, possibly Specsavers, St Helens Councils Road Safety Team and St Helens Head of Traffic & Engineering – George Houghton will be there.

If you would like to attend, please contact Craig Fryer or Carol Bostock on 01925 222907 to book your place.

Please note, places are limited so book as soon as you can.

If you require any further information, please contact Elaine Cross (Road Safety Officer) on 01744 673237

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