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CAP Lifeskills Group at Carterton Family Centre

Lifeskills is a friendly place where you'll practical skills and discover new ways to live for a brighter future. It's an 8-10 week course that covers everything from money budgeting skills to looking after your mental wellbeing. The course is completly free and childcare options…

Lifeskills is a friendly place where you'll practical skills and discover new ways to live for a brighter future. It's an 8-10 week course that covers everything from money budgeting skills to looking after your mental wellbeing. The course is completly free and childcare options are available. The course is created by the charity Christians agains poverty who have helped thousands of individuals over come debt around the country. The course in Carterton is led by volunteers from Carterton Community Church. 

"Do I need to be a christian?" - no. Our services are available to all individuals! We run courses throughout the year, so if you have missed this one, please email for a future one.

Our next Course:

Taster Session for the next course is the 26th April at the Family Centre 11am

Course then runs from 3rd of May - 5th July, hopefully with some kind of day out included! Booking essential as we limit the group to 8 spaces, children welcome if you can't find childcare. 

Who to contact

Contact Name
kerrymiller@CAPlifeskills.org
Contact Position
Coach/ Community Hub Worker
Telephone
07880711374
E-mail
kerrymiller@caplifeskills.org

Where to go

Name
The Family Centre
Address
Burford Road
Carterton
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX18 3AA
Notes

Buggy park available outside. Community building opposite Costa. 

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Course runs 3rd of May - 5th July

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
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Additional Information

Providing services to
Adults

Last checked on 14/04/2022

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