Hertfordshire’s Happy Holiday Activity Programme – University Of Hertfordshire – 10am-2pm daily on Monday – Thursdays

University of Hertfordshire are excited to be involved in the HAPpy Project – https://sportinherts.org.uk/happy/ The entrance to the venue is at: University of Herts, College Lane, Hatfield AL10 9AB and is based in the Oval building. We’re very excited to be offering the HAPpy Holiday camp experience to various locations around Central & South Herts

Bookings are now live for the HAPpy holiday activities programme

Bookings are now live for the HAPpy holiday activities programme for young people aged 5 to 16, who are in receipt of benefits related free school meals. There’s lots of activities taking place in Welwyn Hatfield so please encourage families to view the website as we want to ensure all spaces are booked! For more information, please visit: https://sportinherts.org.uk/hafhappy/ Any questions please contact haf@herts.ac.uk

Trustee of New Europeans UK, urges Europeans living in the UK to complete their application for the EU Settled Status Scheme before the deadline 30th June 2021

Report by: Michal Siewniak, Trustee of New Europeans UK I’m sure most of us, who know, work with or have friends and family members from Europe living in the UK, have heard the words ‘pre-settled’ or ‘settled status’ mentioned in conversations. The reference here is to the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) – introduced as freedom of movement came to an end after Brexit. It is crucial for all EU citizens already living in the UK not to miss the deadline at the end of next month (June). Or we risk losing the rights we had before Brexit. These include the right to live and work here, access to services such as the NHS, rent and buy property. Personally, I am pleased that I was able to deliver a number of events across the county of Hertfordshire, including Welwyn Hatfield, which promoted and explained the importance of the EU Settlement Scheme.

Five Ways to Wellbeing for Youth Professionals

An introduction to 5 basic strategies grounded in research that young people and families can use to maintain and improve their wellbeing. About this Event Overview: The aim of this training session is to introduce 5 basic strategies grounded in research that young people and families can use to maintain and improve their wellbeing. The

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