11 June 2021

Caring About Carers: Let’s Work Together To Support Unpaid Carers In Cumbernauld

With around 6.5 million people in the UK taking on roles as unpaid carers, Cumbernauld Community Health Information Hub this week recognises their invaluable contribution during Carers Week 2021.
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3 June 2021

Volunteering For A Better Life: The Importance Of Volunteers Within The Cumbernauld Area

This week, Cornerstone House Centre recognises the enduring contributions that volunteers make to the Greater Cumbernauld area and encourages more local people to join their ranks.
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31 May 2021

Bookbug Is Back: Register Now For Parent-Child Bonding Sessions At Cornerstone House

Cornerstone House Centre will host new free weekly in-person Bookbug Sessions from this week, with Cumbernauld parents encouraged to come along for structured bonding time with their babies and young children.
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25 May 2021

Final Chance For Cumbernauld Community and Voluntary Groups To Apply For £500

Community and voluntary organisations operating in Greater Cumbernauld have just a few days left to submit an application for up to £500 to deliver a proposal which seeks to benefit people living in the local area.
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20 May 2021

Six Important Health Reasons To Prioritise Walking During May: National Walking Month

May is National Walking Month 2021, and with the winter behind us and the lighter nights here for the summer, this is an ideal time of year to get outdoors and start walking.
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17 May 2021

Welcoming Customers Back: Cornerstone Cafe Opens After Easing Of COVID Restrictions

Cornerstone Café reopened to the public on Tuesday 18 May 2021 for the first time in five months following the easing of coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions, with customers welcome back five days per week for food and refreshments.
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13 May 2021

Cumbernauld CAN’s Small Grants PB Fund Programme Is Back: Latest Round Now Open

Following a highly successful first year of delivery, Cornerstone House Centre is delighted to reveal that Cumbernauld CAN (Community Anchor Network) is returning with its latest small grants programme, with applications now being accepted from community and voluntary organisations.
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10 May 2021

Embrace Nature To Improve Your Mental Wellbeing: Mental Health Awareness Week 2021

During Mental Health Awareness Week, Cumbernauld Community Health Information Hub is spotlighting the hugely positive effects that nature, greenspace and the great outdoors can have on our mental wellbeing.
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6 May 2021

Time To Stop And Hear: Social Inclusion For Deaf Community Is Everyone’s Responsibility

This is Deaf Awareness Week, with Cumbernauld Community Health Information Hub eager to raise awareness of the isolation that Deaf people can sometimes experience as well as emphasising how important is it for everyone to play a role in ensuring social inclusion for the Deaf community.
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