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The Housing and Employment Conference 2018

Source By: ERSA- Employment Related Services Association

Wednesday 12th December 2018

Join ERSA and Give us a Chance Consortium (GUAC) at this one day conference in central London on 12 September.

We are pleased to announce this year's headline sponsor is Clarion Futures.

The conference will play host to over 100 stakeholders and thought leaders from across the employment support and housing sectors and seeks to provide theoretical and practical examples of integrated services that are better preparing people for long term and sustainable employment; creating vibrant working communities.   The conference will address some of the key challenges for housing association tenants getting into work, and for those already in work to progress. This will include consideration of in-work support and progression routes, the role of secure housing and rents, commissioned employment services support, the role of the charitable sector, Universal Credit and ‘behaviour change’ practices to support sustainable livelihoods, and tenancies.

Please book your place(s) here


Source By: Made in Hackney 

Wednesday 5th September 6-8.30pm 


Learn with Fran how to bottle up that glut of summer fruit and veg to enjoy all year round by making chutneys, jams and pickles.


Sunday 9th September 12.30-3pm 

Healthy Desserts 

Vaida will teach you how to make a range of wholesome and healthy desserts and cakes to satisfy your sweet cravings.


Wednesday 19th September 5.30-7.30pm 

Foraging Walk 

Fancy foraging for your dinner?  Join Rachel de Thample, Author and Chef for a fun and enlightening foraging walk to identify seasonal wild food in Victoria Park.


Sunday 23rd September 12.30-3pm 

Healthy Polish 

Aga will show you how to prepare some Polish classics with a healthy twist including mini sweet potato pizzas, no-meatball pasta, dumplings and pâté.


Wednesday 3rd October - 6-8.30pm 

There’s More To Lunch Than Sandwiches 

Want to liven up your lunches and learn some delicious new recipes to impress your friends and colleagues? Fran will show you how.


Sunday 7th October 12.30-3pm 

Healthy Take Away 

Aude will teach you how to give your favourite take away foods a healthy makeover with no compromise on taste.


Wednesday 10th October 6-8.30pm 

Bread Making

Learn how to make bread with Fran including quick bake breads for when you’re in a hurry and how to master dough kneading. 


Wednesday 17th October 6-8.30pm 

One Pot Wonders 

Fran will teach you how to cook warming, satisfying meals without the need of fancy equipment. Just a hob will do!






Tel: 020 8442 4266 


Address: Made In Hackney, Food For All Basement, 3 Cazenove Road, London N16 6PA

Talk Cancer - Tuesday 6 November 2018

Source By: Cancer Research UK

Date:  Tuesday 11 September, Thursday 27 September and Tuesday 6 November 2018

Time:  10am -1pm (tea and coffee from 9.30am)              

Venue: Homerton Education Centre, Homerton Hospital, Homerton Row, London E9 6SR                 

Delivered by Cancer Research UK trainers with a nursing background.

Who is the training for?

Anyone who can promote health and wellbeing in their community.

What is Talk Cancer?

Our workshops equip and empower you to raise cancer awareness in your community by:

ü Increasing your knowledge of key messages around cancer prevention, screening and early diagnosis

ü Building your confidence to talk to the public about cancer

ü Helping you to encourage people to make lifestyle changes, access local services and visit their GP promptly with any concerns

How do I book?

Please book using the Eventbrite links below

Tuesday 11 September 2018register on Eventbrite
Thursday 27 September 2018 – register on Eventbrite

Tuesday 6 November 2018 – register on Eventbrite

Your Neighbourhood: Wed 31 October, 5.30pm-8pm, Tomlinson Centre

Source By: Healthwatch Hackney and Healthwatch City of London

Do you live in south west Hackney around Kingsland Road, London Fields or Queensbridge Road?

We want to hear your views about your neighbourhood, and how health and wellbeing could be improved to shape a new Neighbourhood care model.

You can also feedback in a short online survey.

Book here

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