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Age UK members become Dementia Friends

Maruf Ahmed Members and activity participants at Age UK based in Caxton Hall, Bow recently attended an information session to become Dementia Friends. The lunchtime awareness programme in partnership with Malmesbury Community Projects (MCP) a grassroots charity organisation for the ...

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Ali And Dahlia

The Pleasance Theatre, Islington Debut play from actor-playwright Tariq Jordan, about a Palestinian-Israeli love story that finds old lovers meeting once again in an Israeli interrogation room. ‘My father used to say, nearly everything in the world is made in ...

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She Awards celebrate amazing women

Emdad Rahman The She Awards was launched in July 2018 to celebrate 100 years of the women’s vote and is a platform which recognises the achievements and contributions of women from all walks of life. This year the SHE awards celebrated ...

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Mushahid is running for charity

Emdad Rahman THE ORGANISERS ARE delighted to announce the return of the popular 5km community fun run for 2018: the Muslim Charity Run, which will take place on 9th September. Join hundreds for this fun run and help raise funds ...

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Government plans more faith schools

THE GOVERNMENT announced on Friday morning that it will respond to the growing need for school places in England and Wales by allowing a limited expansion of grammar schools and faith schools. The Conservative Party has long regarded itself as ...

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SEND Day raises awareness

Emdad Rahman A SEND Awareness Day was recently organised by Memory Kampiyawo (SENCO, Langdon Park School), Clare Barker (Speech and Language Therapist) and Athina Stamou (Phoenix Outreach).  The aim of the day was to bring awareness to parents of some of ...

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