The Sikh Community Centre and Youth Club (SCCYC) are proud to host Northamptonshire Carers tonight as they showcase a short film about the experiences of carers during the pandemic. Watch this film, take a tour of the Sikh Museum on site, and enjoy the beats from African drummers. Food and refreshments will be provided. Held tonight, Tuesday 18th October, 6pm to 9pm at 35-37 St. James’ Mill Road, Northampton, NN5 5JW.
To book your place, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call: 01933 6779707, option 1.
SCCYC is an established, innovative, organisation that provides quality services to local and BAME communities of Northamptonshire. SCCYC has been recognised for its significant voluntary contribution through receiving the ‘Queens Award for Voluntary Service in 2020 – MBE for Voluntary Groups’
Formed in 1996, they serve the residents of Northamptonshire, with particular focus on the inner town centre, St James and Castle Wards, as well as the Sikh Community and BAME communities of Northamptonshire. Most of their beneficiaries reside in the lowest 1%-10% indices of multiple deprivation in the town that suffer from poverty, health inequalities, migration challenges and cultural inequalities. For more information, click here: https://sccyc.co.uk/
The Waterside-Connect Centre is an innovative multifunctional hub, based in the heart of Northampton’s Enterprise Zone. The newly built centre boasts modern facilities for training, business, and enterprise, with rooms available to hire for conferences, meetings, events, and exhibitions. It is also the home to their inhouse catering enterprise, Punjabi Fusion CIC. All profits made are put into supporting social impact services for those most vulnerable in Northampton town.