COMPAS has recently received a donation of Czech books from the BCHA (British Czech and Slovak Association). We would like to thank to BCHA (particularly to Mr and Mrs Peacock) for this generous collection of books. The books are now available for hire at the CS Library, located at 337, Lincoln Road in Peterborough. There […]
COMPAS, along with other Czech and Slovak associations from across the UK, have been invited by His Excellency, Mr. Libor Sečka, Ambassador of the Czech Republic and His Excellency, Mr. Ľubomír Rehák, Ambassador of Slovakia to the traditional Spring Celebration Majáles at the Czech and Slovak Embassies in London, on the 18th May 2018 at 4pm. […]
COMPAS has recently received a very generous collection of art work, painted by Roma people living in Jarovnice village. The paintings came from ZS Jarovnice School, where Roma children are encouraged by their teacher Jan Sajko and his TA Martin Kaleja to express their ethnicity and culture in paintings. Some of the art work is […]
In January 2018, COMPAS had been awarded with a financial support from the Cambridgeshire Police & Crime Commissioner Jason Ablewhite. The funding will allow COMPAS to engage young people and to promote volunteering especially among the most vulnerable and marginalised communities. The funding comes from the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Youth Funds, which aims to […]
COMPAS charity is offering the following services: Assistance with form filling Translation & Interpreting CV writing Job finding sessions You can book an appointment by e-mail – email@example.com. We also welcome referrals from public authorities and other agencies.
COMPAS was established in November 2010 in Peterborough as a community group. We are now proud to announce that COMPAS has became a Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Our work will now focus on four strands: Relief in need of members of migrant communities by the provision of advice, support and information or in any other way […]