Youth event at Croydon BME Forum – 28 Nov 2017 from 5-8pm

 

A youth event at Croydon BME Forum in association with Black Training and Enterprise Group


 

At:

Croydon BME Forum,  56A Mitcham Road, Croydon, CR0 3RG

 PLEASE EMAIL nadine@bmeforum.org

or call Nadine on the number below, for further information.

T: 020 8684 3719
W: cbmeforum.org

Keep up to date by following Croydon BME Forum on Twitter @CroydonBMEForum,  and Croydon BME forum on Facebook.

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David Lean Cinema – Nov 2017 screenings

Bookings for David Lean Screenings

David Lean Cinema: how to book
Tickets for all screenings are £8. Concessions (persons aged 60 and over, full-time students, claimants and people with disabilities) £6.50. Bookings can be made:
Online: via the David Lean website: http://www.davidleancinema.org.uk/

Box office partnership with Wallace Arnold Worldchoice
You can buy tickets at Wallace Arnold Worldchoice at 62 George Street.  They are on the Clocktower side of George Street, close to Wellesley Road but in the section adjacent to North End. Opening hours are 9am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 4.30pm Saturday.

Croydon Clocktower: our Clocktower box office, located next to the Arts Bar, is open for one hour before every film. Tickets can be purchased for all films, subject to availability. This location is CASH ONLY.

All the above services close 2.5 hours before any particular film, with the exception of the Clocktower box office.

Wheelchairs: front row places can be booked via all the above methods. If you wish to book a complimentary seat for a helper, please request this by emailing: savedavidlean@gmail.com

Facebook and Twitter

The Facebook page is a useful resource for anyone interested in screening updates, photo albums and the latest press coverage. www.facebook.com/LeanCampaign

For additional reminders and film-related news, follow on Twitter: @SaveDavidLean

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Volunteers sought for shared reading groups in Croydon

The Reader plans to establish Shared Reading groups in community venues across Croydon with the aim of reducing isolation amongst older people, especially those over 75 who are most vulnerable.

Are you interested in getting involved?

Find out more about the project, here, and in the video below

Bryony Littlefair explains,

“The Read to Lead training for volunteers will be taking place in November and is a really rewarding opportunity to develop skills in group facilitation, reading aloud and engaging the community.”

Briony is keen to hear as soon as possible from anyone interested in this opportunity to be trained to deliver the project.

Find the role description here: Role Description – Volunteer Reader Leader.

Please contact Bryony, the project co-ordinator for Croydon, as soon as possible by calling 07812 238375 or emailing bryonylittlefair@thereader.org.uk

 

Website: www.thereader.org.uk

Twitter: @thereaderorg

Croydon BME Forum & partners invite you to have your say on race inequality – Meeting on 21 Sept at Croydon BME Forum & online survey

Taking action on race inequality in the UK.

PUBLIC MEETING on Thursday 21 September, 2017, from 10am to noon.

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At:

Croydon BME Forum,  56A Mitcham Road, Croydon, CR0 3RG

 PLEASE EMAIL gifty@bmeforum.org

or call Gifty on the number below, for further information.

T: 020 8684 3719
W: cbmeforum.org

There is also an online survey for those who cannot make the meeting. See www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/taking_action_on_race_inequality

Keep up to date by following Croydon BME Forum on Twitter @CroydonBMEForum,  and Croydon BME forum on Facebook.

Croydon BME Forum is carrying out work on reducing social isolation and want to here from YOU!

 

Croydon BME Forum is interested in hearing from Croydon people who are African, Asian, Caribbean, mixed race or other ethnic minority.

 

Croydon BME Forum,  56A Mitcham Road, Croydon, CR0 3RG

 PLEASE EMAIL anna@bmeforum.org

T: 020 8684 3719
W: cbmeforum.org

Keep up to date by following Croydon BME Forum on Twitter @CroydonBMEForum,  and Croydon BME forum on Facebook.