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South Riverside Community Development Centre

Regular Sessions now on! But spaces can be limited so please contact organiser.

See the response and consultation report from SRCDC and the Bevan Foundation here to the Race Equality Action Plan – https://www.srcdc.org.uk/race-equality-action-plan-reap/

SRCDC-report-final-202021

Annual Reports; Newsletters; Accounts; Special Reports can be found click here.

Room and Facilities Hire (Current)

Under government issued guidance SRCDC are now able to hire out to groups for example:

Childcare; Youth groups; Faith groups; Funeral activity; Sports activities;
Education; Private parties; Baby showers; Organisational meetings; Indoor public events.

Covid Guidance

Cleaning; physical distancing and limits on numbers are still operational.
All the allowed activities above will have a ‘designated person’ responsible for organising and ensuring compliance with the social distancing regulations whilst in our building/s.

The Hirer must keep records of who has attended and ensure that the maximum capacity of the building is not breached. These records must be shared with SRCDC.  Keeping records of contact details of attendees is required to assist NHS Test, Trace, Protect with contact tracing in the event of a positive case.

The adherence to Government Regulations must be adhered to.

December 2021

£5 for £25 Worth of food

COVID NOTICE

Vaccinations Questions see below

Strategic Aims
  • Our Primary Geographical area of operation is in South Riverside with partnership working in the adjacent areas of North Grangetown and Canton. We aim to be a source of vision, inspiration and creativity in helping to develop the community and work in partnership with relevant local, regional and national organisations to improve the lives of people living in South Riverside.
  • To develop, improve and protect the local environment and community assets for the benefit of all sections of the community.
  • To Increase the personal resilience of all community members and continue to develop support networks and opportunities for people to meet and collaborate, as well as developing life skills and employability skills of staff, volunteers, Trustees and community members.
  • To improve the physical and mental wellbeing and health of those who live in the areas in which we work.
  • We aim to build a sense of tolerance, understanding and appreciation between different ethnic and cultural groups in the community.
  • To support sustainability of our work and growth by identifying and pursuing a wide range of funding opportunities that support our strategic principles.
  • To be accountable to community members via the board and in other ways. To hold regular consultation events to enable us to be clear about the main needs of the community and the extent to which we are perceived as meeting those needs.

NB/SL Feb 2021

Vaccine: Frequently Asked Questions Links to info :
https://phw.nhs.wales/topics/immunisation-and-vaccines/covid-19-vaccination-information/

COVID -19 Public Health information in your First Language :
https://gov.wales/coronavirus-information-leaflet-multilingual-versions

Check you getting all your benefits:
Benefits – Claim Yours – SRCDC

Covid-Stats-oct-2020

SRCDC-report-201920-final-1

First Minister Mark Drakeford reflects on the contribution made by community organisations and others during the COVID period.

See the latest annual review and information about whats happening with SRCDC click here

Please follow @srcdc_cardiff on twitter or revisit website for updates.

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GO4GIRLS a new project to allow girls from the area to try out new sports and discover the benefits of sports and coaching go4girls

We are a vibrant, independent, influencing and enterprising community led organisation.

Our staff, volunteers and Trustees want to provide opportunities to help our community learn and flourish. Helping improve your quality of life, alleviating hardship and promoting inclusion. We are a listening organisation, managed by local people, learning from what you tell us you need to make your community a better place to live in.  

 

 
FAN Group meeting ...

Participants have an opportunity to meet new people, practice their English and enjoy some refreshments and time to talk.

Every Thursday 1pm @ Brunel St
 

Start by meeting at Riverside Health Centre

Learn about what to plant for Spring – practical guidance and support – the project will be using planters window boxes and front gardens and spaces.
Tuesdays 11th Feb, 3rd March, 17th March
 

Drumming Workshop

February 5 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

 
 
 

Reducing Period Poverty


Boxes of sanitary wear
available in all our buildings




You can also gift sanitary wear

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Credu / Believe - Women`s Chat Group

every Wednesday 1 pm – 3 pm @ The Wyndham Street Café.
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While the adults ..
Get Cooking
the children ...
Get Creative
 
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South Riverside Community Development Centre are looking to recruit a female*, experienced, qualified Sessional Youth Worker or (a candidate willing to complete a Level 2 & 3 Award in Youth Work practice) to support and help deliver, alongside a qualified Sports Coach, sporting activity sessions within the BAME communities of Riverside, Grangetown and Canton with young girls/women aged 10-16 years of age. Click for info.
Rupali Day Club 2
 
Click for event info
Funders & Partners