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Digital connectivity for Hackney - Share you views and experience and get a £20 voucher!

Source By: Hackney Council

Hackney Council is working to improve digital connectivity in the borough and we would like to hear from you. We are running a series of group discussions and are looking for a diverse range of Hackney residents to take part.

The focus of discussions will be on our vision for digital connectivity in Hackney. We want to make sure that people in Hackney have access to fast broadband internet connectivity (whether fixed, mobile, or wireless), and that everyone who wants to can take advantage of the opportunities that being active on the internet brings.

Anyone can get involved, no matter your level of knowledge or digital confidence. We want to know what you think of our ideas and what’s important to you. We will use your feedback to shape the plans that we take forward.

As a thank you for giving up your time to attend, we are offering every participant a £20 Love2Shop voucher. Please note, places are limited and vouchers will only be provided to those who are selected to attend.

Group discussions will be held at a central Hackney location, and will take place at the following times (you can only go to 1 session):

Monday 12 August, 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Tuesday 13 August, 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Wednesday 14 August, 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Tuesday 20 August, 6:30 - 8:30 pm

To register your interest, you can either:

sign up online here: https://consultation.hackney.gov.uk/ict/digital-connectivity-group-discussions

register by phone / Whatsapp: 020 8356 2467. Send a Whatsapp message, or call and leave a voice message with your name and phone number and we will get back to you.


Hackney Village 2019- A week of music, dance and theatre for young people with disabilities aged 11-25 at the Hackney Empire


Drama & Resilience FREE workshop

Source By: Access All Areas

We would like to offer your group a FREE workshop over the summer at your venue. The workshop will be using the techniques and activities to promote positive strategies to manage difficult situations in the lives of the participants. We use forum theatre, role play and drama techniques to ensure each participant develops their practical skills in: communication, relationships, healthy eating, staying active and being part of your community.

Workshop details:

Title: Spring Back Taster Session

Time: 45 minutes – 1 hour

Tutors: You will work with 2 facilitators, one of which is a trained, learning disabled and/or autistic facilitator.

Participants: participants should be 18 years and over, and all have mild- moderate learning disabilities and/or autism. We would recommend group sizes of 6 – 12 participants.

This free workshop will be an opportunity for new members to find out about Access All Areas projects, and to join Spring Back for our autumn term.

Spring Back

Thursdays: 11am – 1pm (120 mins)

Thursday 19th September – 28th November (Half Term 24th October)

We are available to come to your venue at almost any time over August and the beginning of September. Please let me know your availability and we can have a conversation as to what works best for you.   Alternatively, if you would like to book individual participants on to the autumn term without a taster session, we can also facilitate this.

Click here for the easy read flyer to circulate to colleagues.


Advancing our health: prevention in the 2020s

Source By: Gov.UK

We want your views on proposals to help people live healthier, happier lives for longer.

This consultation closes at 11:59pm on 14 October 2019

Click here to find out more - https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/advancing-our-health-prevention-in-the-2020s


Lloyds open last round of Enable grants

Source By: Action Planning

Lloyds Lloyds Bank Foundation has announced its last round of Enable grants, offering up to £15,000 to help charities develop or trial new approaches to service delivery.

The Enable grant fund, worth a total of £1.9million, is available for charities that work with people aged 17 and over, experiencing complex social issues such as domestic abuse, sexual abuse and exploitation, mental health issues and homelessness. To qualify, applicants must have an income of between £25,000 and £1 million. 

Applications close on Saturday 31 August.

https://actionplanning.co.uk/insights/lloyds-open-last-round-of-enable-grants


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