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Pharmacies launch codeword scheme to offer ‘lifeline’ to domestic abuse victims
From today (14 January), victims of domestic abuse will be able to access much needed support from thousands of pharmacies across the UK, backed by the government. The Ask for ANI scheme allows those at risk or suffering from abuse to discreetly signal that they […]
Taking Creative English online: combatting loneliness
By Anne Smith
When we embarked on the first lockdown, we knew it was going to be really important for people’s well-being to find ways to continue to connect. One expression of this has been adapting our Creative English programme to run online. Little did we know, when […]
Giving Voice: A creative outlet for women by the Pascal Theatre Company
Feelings of isolation, frustration and loneliness are understandably increasing as lockdown continues. In response, Pascal Theatre Company are expanding their project ‘Giving Voice’ to offer women a stimulating creative outlet. They would very much like to reach disabled, BAME, refugee women of all ages and […]
Government publishes plan for largest vaccination programme in British History
The UK Government has published a plan for the largest vaccination programme in British history. Government sets out UK COVID-19 vaccines delivery plan for vaccinating tens of millions of people by spring At least two million vaccinations per week with over 2,700 vaccine sites across […]
SAFE webinars on safety awareness for places of worship
SAFE (Security Advice for Everyone) – a programme by Community Security Trust (CST) – have released a schedule of free safety awareness webinars throughout January and February, which are now open for registration. 19th January, 7pm – Online security How to protect yourself and your […]
- 06 January - Faith COVID Focus Groups
Join us for the next round of focus groups to learn about the issues and concerns around the pandemic specific to each faith, which will then be used to help shape future government policy.
- 20 January - FaithAction Coffee House: Children and food poverty
Join us for a weekly hour-long online chat. This week, we’ll be looking at free school meals and food parcels.
- 20 January - Focus Group: Jewish
- 22 January - Focus Group: Baha’i, Jain and Zoroastrian
- 26 January - Focus Group: Muslim
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