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- 7th St Georges Scouts back on again from May 10th
- Sexual health and safety workshops for people with learning disabilities
- RSPCA Halifax to host Virtual Cat show May 9th
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If you have been working or volunteering for the community during the COVID19 pandemic, then these sessions from All 1 Collective and Lab may be for you.
All1C has organised a programme of Learning Exchanges to provide a space to reflect on some of the learning from working with communities over the last year. The sessions take place on Tuesday mornings 10-11.30 (shortened agenda than on flyer).
There are 3 sessions left
Tuesday 11th May : Jo Bibby is Director of Health at the Health Foundation and will be talking about health inequalities and what the Health Foundation have learnt around health inequalities during Covid-19.
More about Jo
Tuesday 25th May : Community recovery from Covid-19 by Dr Kaya Davies Hayon from Belong – the Cohesion and Integration Network.
More about Kaya
Belong have done an interesting study around the communities that saw a coordinated community response during Covid-19 and how this provides lessons to support what is needed in terms of community recovery.
If interested, please follow this link to book:
Or drop an email on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Once booked, you will be emailed the Zoom link for the session.
Looking forward to seeing you!
For children who like outdoor – or indoor – adventurous activities, the 7th St Georges Scouts of Halifax is the place to be.
With activities like archery, climbing, kayaking and mountain biking, not forgetting camping, there is something for everybody.
For more information including bookings, contact Brendan on 07884 107 250.
There is a joining form in the club’s Facebook page:
7th St Georges Scouts Halifax
Lilac Street, Halifax, HX3 5BT
Lead the Way are providing two sexual health Cafes. The first one will be held on Zoom to discuss feelings around Happy Healthy Relationships.
We hope to follow this up with a practical session in September where we can look at contraception and Sexually Transmitted diseases.
The second is looking at using and meeting people on social media. Trading standards will be leading the first two sessions looking at the different scams that people may encounter online and also on the doorstep. The third session will be looking at the etiquette of using the technology and the fourth session will look at feelings when using social media.
If you would like further information and know of anybody please don’t hesitate to get in contact. If there are any adjustments we may need to take please please get in touch.
email Tracey Williams | Service Ambassador (Lead the Way)
01924 438 438
Can you step out for ten minutes every lunch time?
Stepping out of your front door even for a short walk can really boost your physical and mental health, so that’s why we challenge you to Step Out for ten minutes every lunch time this month.
To keep it fresh, we’ve also got a different suggestion each day for things you can do while you’re walking to give your wellbeing an extra boost!
Join us with every day on Twitter #StepOutChallenge
Living Streets are having their Annual Walk to School week, encouraging all to make their way to school on foot.
May is the month of walking and there are many health benefits from walking, even for 10-20 minutes daily.
It is recommended that children of school age have at least 60 minutes of exercise a day. Walking to school will already set them on their way to achieve this goal and will help parents and carers with their fitness too!
For more information or to order a walk to school pack, visit here:
Walk to school week May 2021