Monday, 11 November 2019

Liverpool City Region Environmental summit

Frida we seen the environmental summit come to Liverpool John Moore's University with a whole host of speakers from far and wide and GTDT where invited to go along to be in the audience.

The topic was of course how we where are going to be carbon free by the end of 2040 and Metro   
Mayor Steve Rotheram was speaking about this challenge and he shared with us and how they are already making great strides into the devolution deal.

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Thursday, 7 November 2019

Getting Fit At Riverview

Everyone is getting involved in getting fit at our regular Thursday drop ins at Riverview Development Trust. Its a good opportunity to have a chat and discuss ways of what  we do to try and improve our Health and Well-being. All the ladies are particularly looking forward to meeting Sway with Ray next week. His forte is getting people fit while dancing and singing to Motown classics.
Through these weekly sessions we have  identified that your mental well-being is as important as maintaining a healthy life-style.

Wednesday, 6 November 2019

Halloween & Bonfire Night.

GTDT Detached Youth Workers distributed 17 Pumpkins to the young people from the Picton Ward. The young people were very excited when receiving the pumpkins, they couldn't wait to go home to carve the pumpkins with their parents.

There was a lot of laughter when they were given Tara's special recipe who works at GTDT to make pumpkin soup, the children thought it was very funny that they could carve the pumpkin as well as use the ingredients to make soup.

Several parents said they had attended the Get Ready For Winter event at GTDT the previous week and tried the pumpkin soup which was delicious, so it was a bonus to be able to make the soup themselves.

The Detached Team had a safe but fun Bonfire Night, stood at the top of Cullen Street watching all the firework displays lighting up the sky with all the lovely children. The children then informed the Outreach staff that they had all discussed the dangers of fireworks in school, which was why they decided to stay close to their home rather than attend a bonfire display.

Tuesday, 5 November 2019

Agnes Field's first cut

Following on from our activities on Agnes Field and how beautiful the space looked with the beautiful array of flowers the area has had it first mow. This will encourage the flowers and grasses to make a good root development ready for the flowering meadows return next year.

Do you need help and advice on how to register to vote?

We've been asked by a number of people about how they can register to vote in the General Election on 12 December.

This link ( to the BBC's website provides details of how to check your eligibility to vote, how to register to vote, what to do if you are a student if you are away from home and many other questions.

But if you need help registering online, you can pop into our centre at 129d Lodge Lane at any time and one of our Digital Champions will be happy to help you register online.
(*Remember to bring your National Insurance number with you, if you want to register online.)

You have until 26 November to register.