WISBECH: New facilities at Rosmini Centre offer services for the whole community

PUBLISHED: 12:23 16 July 2009 | UPDATED: 09:10 02 June 2010

Rosmini Centre Wisbech luncheon club starts.
Mary and Raymond Killingworth, Anita Grodkiewkz, (manager), Anton Woods (serving) and Nigel Kettle

Rosmini Centre Wisbech luncheon club starts. Mary and Raymond Killingworth, Anita Grodkiewkz, (manager), Anton Woods (serving) and Nigel Kettle

SERVICES for the whole community are now on offer at the newly refurbished Rosmini Centre in Wisbech. A lunch club runs every weekday, the centre runs two youth clubs, and the therapy room is now open. There are plans to run art sessions for teenagers dur

Official opening of Rosmini Centre

SERVICES for the whole community are now on offer at the newly refurbished Rosmini Centre in Wisbech.

A lunch club runs every weekday, the centre runs two youth clubs, and the therapy room is now open.

There are plans to run art sessions for teenagers during August, IT lessons are due to start in the next couple of weeks, and craft fairs will be starting in September.

Since the official opening, we have started to bring in all the new services for the local community," said development manager Anita Grodkiewicz.

"People could come to us for lunch, and then have a reflexology session. We also offer aromatherapy, and mini aromatherapy facials."

Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire Gillian Wild officially opened the centre in Queen's Road, and the Mayor of Wisbech Councillor Yvonne Lawrence was a guest at the ceremony.

Last year the centre received a £3,000 grant from Young Lives, which has enabled the centre to run a parent/toddler group, play and learn sessions, craft days, cultural trips and family learning sessions.

The community café, lunch club, breakfast and after school clubs are among the many services provided at the centre, along with lessons in English, Spanish and Polish.


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