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Balham Community Centre

Balham Community Centre is a registered charity which has been working in support of families in Wandsworth and the surrounding area for over 41 years.

 

The centre provides services and activities for children, young people and adults of all ages. These services include:

 

Courses, E.S.O.L. places allocated on a first come first serve basis.

Community Rooms We have rooms which are available to hire for a charge to cover insurance, utilities and dilapidation. The rooms are ideal for group meetings training courses and children’s parties.

Community Counselling We offer counselling to individual adults as well as having some slots for couples.

Schools Out Club which at present have 4 breakfast Clubs, 6 after school Clubs and a holiday Club.

 

The Balham Community Centre operates an equal opportunities policy and welcomes everyone regardless of age, gender, race or sexuality.

Notice Board

 

 

27-07-2022

Schools Out Holiday Club Balham Summer 2022

We still have spaces available for the Schools Out Holiday Club

 

Monday 25th July - Wednesday 31st August 2022

If you are interested please contact Michael:

 

Phone: 02086734350

email: michaelbcc@btconnect.com

New Groups at Balham Community Centre

 

Encounters with Grief Therapy

 

Encounters with Grief is a new ten-week grief therapy group at Balham Community Centre. The group is for people who have experienced the death of someone close and would welcome joining a supportive group to explore and share their experience of grief with others. The group will start on Monday 12 September and run until 21 November with a break for half term. It will be facilitated by two experienced psychotherapists, Fiona Turnbull and Yosel Mouzo, both of whom are deeply committed and experienced at supporting people through their journeys of grief. The group will meet from 5-8pm with a break and costs £500 for the ten weeks, so £50 per session. If you are interested in finding out more, all the information and contact details are available on the website

 

www.encounterswithgrief.co.uk