Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 13th January 2017 12:00pm
How well did you manage your Christmas spending?
Would you like to manage your money better and be in control ?
Do come to a FREE short money management course taking place on the following Tuesdays: 24th and 31st January and 7th February from 7.45pm to 9.45pm in St. Mary's Centre, Station Road, Haddenham.
The friendly and engaging workshop is run by St. Mary's Church and uses materials produced by the award winning charity Christians against Poverty (CAP) including DVDs and your own workbook.
You look at your own budget and circumstances — with help from the money coaches if you want it — so it is very personal and you do not disclose your circumstances to any other group members.
Your money coaches are Sue and Tim Childs and Chris Headlong.
To book a place or for more information please contact Sue Childs at St Mary's Centre on 01844 291108 or on 290583 or https://capuk.org/
If you are interested in participating in such a course, but cannot manage these dates, do let us know.
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