Welcome to the Canterbury City Community Centre Website

Our website contains information about our Organisation, our Services and activities, upcoming events, resources and how you can get involved.

If you are looking for a particular Service it might be listed by name in the panel to the left. Or you should be able to find it by browsing the What We Do section or by entering the Service or activity name in the Search field.

If you can't find the information you're looking for call us on 9750 9344 and we'll try to help.

 

Canterbury City Community Centre staff acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work, and pay our respects to Elders past and present.

Warning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that this website may contain images of deceased people.

News

The final Listening @ Lakemba Report has been released and can be downloaded here. Find out what hundreds of Lakemba locals love about living in Lakemba, what they think the issues are and what they would like to see changed. The Report was undertaken in late 2017 as a partnership between the 4cs,...
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The STARS Learning and Development Calendar for February to June 2018 is out now and includes lots of free or low cost training for staff and volunteers in the Aged care and Disability sectors. A highlight of the Calendar is the Diversity in In Community Aged care Services Forum which is being held...
7 seniors from different cultural backgrounds standing close together and smiling into the camera
Canterbury City Community Centre (4cs) has auspiced the Canterbury Mens Shed since 2007 when it commenced operations one day a week in the wood work room at Canterbury Boys High School. In 2010 the Shed moved to Council owned facilities at 109 Clissold Parade Campsie and has operated from there...
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