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Lichfield Refugee Aid - General Meeting

The next LRA meeting is on Wednesday, 20th March 2019 at 7:30 pm

Darwin Room, Wade Street Church: 34 Wade St, Lichfield WS13 6HL

Please use the Frog Lane side entrance.

The Agenda will include:

  • Feedback from City of Sanctuary meeting (2nd March)
  • Feedback from Stafford SWR meeting (25th February)
  • Plan events for Refugee week – end of June
  • Syrian family support/mentoring activities e.g. conversation practice, shopping trips

They welcome new members and hope to see you there!

Managing Important Conversations

Funded by NHS England, this FREE 2 hour workshops will provide you with the awareness and understanding to help engage people in conversations about bereavement and planning for your future care.

• What do you say (and don’t say) to a bereaved person?

• How do you approach discussions about care planning?

• When is the right time to have these conversations?

Managing Important Conversations

Funded by NHS England, this FREE 2 hour workshops will provide you with the awareness and understanding to help engage people in conversations about bereavement and planning for your future care.

• What do you say (and don’t say) to a bereaved person?

• How do you approach discussions about care planning?

• When is the right time to have these conversations?

The Connecting Communities Grant and the Local Innovative Community Fund Grant

Funding of £70,000 is now available for voluntary groups across Tamworth.

Organisations from across Tamworth are able to apply for grants of between £500 and £5,000 to support individuals, families and children in Tamworth, thanks to a new cash £70,000 boost.

Two new grant schemes will support voluntary and community social enterprise organisations (VCSE) with a total funding allocation of £70,000.

Connecting Communities Grant is a new Tamworth Borough Council funded scheme with an allocation of £40,000 aimed at VCSE groups that are supporting:

A new Burntwood-based charity has been set up to promote Chasewater.

A new Burntwood-based charity has been set up to promote Chasewater.

The Chasewater Friends group will launch at the Oak Room at the Innovation Centre at 11am on 19th January.

The event will feature a presentation by head ranger Rob Davies and the group has been supported by county councillors Helen Fisher and Sue Woodward.

People can become a friend of Chasewater for £2 a year of £5 for three years. Organisations can also sign up for £10 a year.

Community Development and End of Life Care Conference

This conference is FREE to attend and is open to everyone, funded by NHS England.


OVERVIEW

We all need to be comfortable around talking about dying. As community workers of all varieties – librarians, support workers, befrienders, housing officers, vicars – whatever role you undertake, you may have conversations with people around death, end of life care and future plans.   You may want to do this with more confidence and support people through this, knowing the right things to say.