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Peninsula Villages Demystifying Ageing For Seniors Festival

Peninsula Villages will be celebrating NSW Seniors Festival this April with a free Seniors Open Session on Monday 9 April 2018 and is inviting all locals over 65 to join them for this event that aims to tackle relevant ageing issues.

Sandra's Cupcake Challenge - Biggest Morning Tea

Sandra's Cupcake Challenge is being held as part of Coast Community Connections' Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea event in support of the Cancer Council. The event is being held on Thursday 24 May 2018. The event will help raise funds for cancer prevention, research and support services.

Sandra’s Cupcake Challenge is named in honour of our greatly missed volunteer, Sandra McArtney who lost her battle with cancer in October 2014. This year the competition is open to all ages and levels.

Tuesday 27 March - Children's Services

Child care centres across Australia are going on strike on Tuesday 27 March as part of the early childhood workers’ union United Voice campaign coined “Keep Your Children at Home Day”.

Coast Community Connections' Children's Services will be open as usual on Tuesday 27 March. 

CCCL child care centre staff will be onsite and ready to care and educate your children like every other day we are open.

This includes our Occasional Care and Before and After School Care services.

For further information please phone our Occasional Care team on 43431001 or 0435774288 or email childrenservices@cccl.com.au

Gambling Solutions experiencing increased demand across the Coast

On the back of recent reviews of gaming machine spend on the Central Coast, Coast Community Connections’ free gambling counselling service, Gambling Solutions, confirms that it is experiencing an increase in demand for its services each and every day.

A recent NSW Government report identified the Central Coast and specifically the Peninsula area as having “a high gambling risk” and Gambling Solutions, funded by the Responsible Gambling Fund, has doubled its support staff in the last two years.