Bulletin 21.06.16‏ – Dates for your diary


sxc-writing-a-wedding-plan1-1024x768Dates for your diary:

Weds 22nd June- 10.00-13.00 NO Drop-In @ Freemantle Community Centre, Randolph Street – Please note that I will not be in the community centre this week due to other SCC commitments.

Thurs 23rd June 6.00-8.00 p.m. ‘Free Craft’ Thursday meeting @ Freemantle Community Centre, Randolph Street – Come along and bring along your latest craft activity or any other crafting skills you would like to share with others.

Monday 27th June – 1.30-4.30 Coffee and Craft @ Rise Community Centre, Windrush Road – We will be crocheting an octopus, please bring along a 4mm crochet hook and some chunky or double knitting wool… you will need to use 2 strands if using dk…pattern will be supplied.

Tuesday 28th June – 10.00-12.30 p.m. Joint Time Banks Get Together, Standing Order, High Street, Southampton – This is your opportunity to meet with time bank members from across the city. It would be really good to see you there.

Weds 29th June – 10.00-13.00 Drop-In @ Freemantle Community Centre, Randolph Street

Thurs 30th June 6.00-8.00 p.m. Bring and Share Supper @ Freemantle Community Centre, Randolph Street

Sat 2nd July 10.30-1.00 p.m. Repair Café, Freemantle United Reformed Church. Bring along an item you would like repaired…don’t forget a financial donation for the service. There are usually people in attendance who can repair jewellery, small electrical items, wooden items, computers, bicycles, sewing, darning, etc. Please note that if the repair is to take longer than 30 minutes, it may not be possible to help. If the repairers are unable to help you, they may be able to suggest which stores/ repairers in the city who could possible repair your item and whether it’s worth being repaired.

Final Opportunity: – Draft Health and Wellbeing Strategy (2016-2025) survey

Health and wellbeing is important to everyone in Southampton, whether they live, work or learn in the city. It is about much more than the absence of illness or disease. It is about being able to lead fulfilling lives, actively engaged in jobs, families and communities.

The Health and Wellbeing Strategy sets out the strategic vision for improving the health and reducing health inequalities in the city.

The current strategy expires this year and we would like to hear your views on a draft version which has been produced. The survey closes 23 June.

Click here > http://www.southampton.gov.uk/council-democracy/have-your-say/hwb-strategy-survey.aspx

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