Mayor’s Curry Night – 13th November 2018

The Mayor of Welwyn Hatfield Councillor Barbara Fitzsimon

invites you to join her at  Red Indian Restaurant

49 Wigmores North, Welwyn Garden City AL8 6PG

01707 333993

info@redindianrestaurant.co.uk

 Tuesday 13th November 2018 at 7.00pm

Please book directly through the restaurant and pay on the night

The cost of £20.00 per person includes a three course meal

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Family Fun Afternoon 13 October 2018 – 2-4.30

WHSPAA and  Monks Walk  School we are hosting a family fun afternoon at Monks Walk – 13th October 2- 4:30

We will be playing non-competitive games such as badminton, table tennis, archery, tug of war, a little dancing ..

It would be great if anyone would like to get involved in helping to plan and support the

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Welwyn Hatfield Council Civic Awards 2019

The Civic Awards, Welwyn Hatfield Borough’s highest accolade, are presented each year to people for a range of achievements.  These include, but are not limited to, service to the community, bravery/courage, environmental work, arts and sport, education and heritage.

We will need contact information about the person you are nominating as well as the First

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New Monthly Group for Girls (Age 12-18 yrs) on the Autistic Spectrum or with ADHD

 

Join us for monthly meetings, email 

 

September is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

 

In aid of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month coming up, would you like to find out how little things you do can make a difference to people living with dementia? Come to a Library Dementia Friends session to learn more and explore some of the Memory Boxes and other items from the Reminiscence Collection. Here are the

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Dementia Courses

Dementia: Awareness (supports units DEM 201/301 and Dementia Core Skills Education Framework – Standard 1)

 This course is an introductory course to the types of dementia. It covers the importance of timely diagnosis and the basic anatomy and physiology of the brain. The symptoms will be defined broadly and this will be related on a

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Charity Commission publishes questions for the 2018 charity annual return

The 2018 annual return service will be available by the end of August. It will include new questions which have now been published, so you can start preparing.

The tailored annual return has been developed following a consultation in 2017. The Charity Commission has said: “We recognise that for some charities the new questions will

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Paul Streets: The value of small is far bigger than imagined

Paul Streets, CEO of Lloyds Bank Foundation describes how a visit to the buzzing Hive Avon in Bristol brought home the value of small charities.

A visit to the buzzing Hive Avon in Bristol brought home the value of small charities, writes our CEO Paul Streets.

The Hive Avon works with people who have learning disabilities and

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Anglia Ruskin’s Charity and Social Enterprise Management course – 2018 intake

A hundred and twenty third sector leaders have now graduated from Anglia Ruskin University’s Cert HE in Charity and Social Enterprise Management.  With modules in social enterprise, leadership and management, marketing, finance, HR and social impact, the two year part-time course is an excellent introduction for those in any type of management role.  Our

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GET OUTDOORS, GET ACTIVE

 

IMPROVE YOUR PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH CARE FOR YOUR COMMUNITY’S GREEN SPACES LEARN NEW SKILLS AS A TEAM

 

 

To sign up or find out more, contact Sam Harbour on 01707 255183 or sam.harbour@groundwork.org.uk

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