Ministry of Empowerment is running a three-day camping event for girls..
Please join us for our AGM in the hall to the rear of:
St. Michael and All Angels with St. James
Enter via the gate to the left of the Church.
Please book a free place to attend.
Registration and refreshments at 7pm
AGM at 7.30pm
Members are invited to attend the AGM, to receive a report on activities and the accounts and to vote in the new committee. Continue reading
Tony Burton, Chair of Wandle Valley Forum, writes,
‘We have recently held our Annual Meeting – thank you for your continuing support for our work. We hope that if you appreciate the role Wandle Valley Forum plays then you will consider making a donation of £20 or more. There are two ways to donate: Cheque – payable to Wandle Valley Forum and sent to c/o 43 Bramcote Avenue, Mitcham CR4 4LW Bank transfer (preferred method) –Account name: Wandle Valley ForumAccount number: 90939056Sort Code: 20 57 76
Bookings for David Lean Screenings
David Lean Cinema: how to book
Tickets for all screenings are £8.50. Concessions (persons aged 60 and over, full-time students, claimants and people with disabilities) £7. Bookings can be made:
Online: via the David Lean website: http://www.davidleancinema.org.uk/
Croydon Clocktower: 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.
RUSH TICKETS – Reduced price tickets for under 25s. Click here for details.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Saturday, July 14, 2018
from 12.15pm to 10pm
Croydon PrideFest is back for 2018!
Starting with a parade from Croydon High Street (near the entrance to St George’s Walk) at 12.15pm, walking to the main event site in Wandle Park, the day will include a wide range of live music and acts, accompanied by food and drinks stalls in the Park.
Attendees who want to show their dance moves can access the event’s dedicated dance tent in the Park until festivities wrap up at 10pm.
There will be stalls, exhibits and information about local LGBT groups & their allies, including Croydon Area Gay Society ( CAGS), Aurora – Croydon’s LGBT Police Consultation Group, Rainbows Across Borders – a voluntary self-help group for LGBT asylum seekers who are fleeing persecution of oppressive homophobic/transphobic regimes, Transpals, and the Croydon LGBT+ Network Group.
Croydon Pride Festival is an event for anyone from Croydon’s wonderfully diverse & friendly community to enjoy.
Make sure to watch the official Croydon PrideFest website for further details and updates.
Keep up to date on Facebook: CroydonPride
Follow on Twitter: @CroydonPride
Find it at http://festivalofpeacecroydon.org/
Check out the Programme of visual art, film, music, dance, dialogue, interfaith, spoken word and storytelling events on offer!
At the heart of the Festival is the London Mozart Player’s Anthem for Peace
which people will learn together with LMP Players and Ecclesbourne Primary School Choir at the Festival Launch at Summer of Love Festival Wandle Park on June 16.
The Festival Finale will take place at Peace and Wellbeing Festival, Park Hill Park on 23 June and feature a performance of the Anthem with LMP Brass players and local brass groups and a dance commission by Anusha Subramanyam performed by local cross-cultural dance groups.
This event is followed by the Faiths Together in Croydon interfaith bike ride and picnic in Park Hill Park on June 24.
Find the Festival of Peace website, here.
On Twitter at @FestofPeace #AnthemForPeace
On Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/FestivalOfPeaceCroydon/