We thought you might like this Isolation Wellbeing Pack – newsletter attached. It has some great links to museums, galleries and other mood lifting public spaces that are doing things online.
Over the weekend, why not try some indoor food growing? Thank you local tenant Tina who has provide us with this great information for indoor food growing from Random Acts of Green.
In Southwark we have a Universal Credit Network, made up of front line services. Next Tuesday they will be holding a Zoom call and taking questions regarding
Universal Credit. This won’t be an opportunity to ask direct questions about your case (but we can look into that at a later date). It will be an opportunity to learn from experts and ask important questions. It would be lovely if you could join us, if it is not directly relevant to you, it may be to one of your neighbours so you can learn about it and we can support you to share that
knowledge. Information is below.
Don’t forget to tune in to Resonance 104.4fm (from your kitchen radio) or online at resonancefm.com at 11.30am on Monday where you can hear our interview with Cabinet Member Leo Pollak.
Thank you all, stay safe. And remember – if you need a chat, we are hear for that!
Southwark Universal Credit Network Online – COVID-19 Special Q&A
Coronavirus updates from DWP, CAB + Southwark Law Centre and Q&A session. Bring your questions!
You are invited to special meeting of Southwark Universal Credit Network ONLINE:
TUESDAY 28TH APRIL, 10AM – 11:30AM
We will be using ZOOM for this meeting, please register here to receive a link to join the meeting:
Please pass this invite on to any frontline workers in Southwark who support people claiming Universal Credit.
Join the mailing list by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further info on Southwark Universal Credit Network please visit:
Hope your all doing ok and staying safe!
The PE & School Sports Network have created this brilliant document for families called Spread a little happiness – it is a fantastic resource for parents and families whilst at home during this time, with activities, recipes, games etc… Please share around your communities.
Luke Staples – Preston
Sport and Physical Activity Development Coordinator
Environment and Leisure
Parks and Leisure Service
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Following our stage 3 consultation in November/December the summary report is available using the following link
Thank you for your ongoing interest in the project, we continue to work on the detailed design getting ready for tender and are programmed to complete stage 3 designs in February.
Project Manager | Regeneration Division
Place and Wellbeing Department | London Borough of Southwark
160 Tooley Street |London SE1 2QH
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Black History Month (BHM) has been celebrated widely for many years honouring the achievements, culture and the history of black people.
There is a long standing commitment to continue offering the community a vibrant selection of events and activities through programmes that provide insight into the history and culture of the African, Caribbean and diaspora communities.
In Southwark, Black History Month has been recognised for over 25 years with a month long programme of exciting and inspirational events and workshops. Every year throughout October people, schools, libraries, groups and organisations host events and get involved with the celebration of black history.