In the Hall
What’s going on in St Alban’s Hall?
***THE HALL IS CURRENTLY CLOSED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC***
• Monday 9.30am – 10.30 (Term time only) Safety.Health.Empowerment:
Rivers Learning Project run by women for women.
Learning, empowering and connections for women. Time for fun, activities, chat and making new friends. Women only meetings.
• Tuesday 10am – 12 & Wednesday 10.30 – 12.30 Computer Friends:
Learn how to make the best use of your laptop, iPad, tablet or mobile phone Friendly tutors to help you. Learning together is fun and everyone is welcome. No need to book, just drop in. Cost: £1 a session to cover refreshments.
• Tuesday 17:30 & 19:30: Slimming World Consultant: Tracie
If you’re thinking of joining, don’t miss out! Feel free to drop in, you don’t have to book in advance, just come along at the advertised time.
• Wednesday 2.30 -4pm on the 1st Wednesday of each month: Age Concern Tea Club.
Enjoy socialising over tea and cakes. Crafts, games, quizzes and laughter.
• Thursday 10am to 12 noon: Community Café
In light of the Government guidance around non-essential contact, we unfortunately have to cancel the community cafe until further notice.
• Thursday morning health walks
Leaving from outside the Church for 10am. Need a bit of gentle exercise? Exercise by going for a lovely group walk. Everyone is welcome and there are refreshments on your return!
• *Coming soon on Thursday mornings– Hear Here Project.
A place to have your hearing aids maintained and meet others over coffee at the same time.
Lent Lunches – CANCELLED
The Church of England has recommended that during the Coronavirus pandemic, churches cease catering. In light of this we have regretfully come to the decision to cancel Lent Lunches for this year. However OPEN HOUSE still need the donation which we would have raised. Hopefully you will still want to donate to them! This you can do by following this link https://www.crawleyopenhouse.co.uk/makea-donation
Open House provides support and services for those suffering the effects of homelessness, unemployment, loneliness, discrimination, or other forms of social exclusion. Their support is available to anyone in need.