Tuesday, 18 July 2017

The summer holidays are nearly here again!

It's summer and so it is time for our Summer Breakfast Club.  Young people aged 8 to 15 can come along join us for breakfast and fun activities, each weekday morning between 9.30am and 12noon.

Registration is required, but it is a simple process. If you want a form, pop in to our centre at 129d Lodge Lane, L8 0QF.

Thursday, 13 July 2017

Loving Lodge Lane 2017

Another great year when  the local community and partners came together on the Bath Street site to celebrate and share all the  things that makes this area so special. A great thank you to all our partners and the people of the area which makes this event each year such a special one, whatever the weather.





















Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Loving Lodge Lane 2017 - Friday 7 July

Loving Lodge Lane 2017 is fast approaching and you can show your love for the Lane in a variety of ways, volunteering for the litter pick at 10.30am, donating clothes you no longer need for the Clothes Rack at St. Bede's at 11am or just by visiting the Baths site from 1.30pm to show your support!

We look forward to seeing you on Friday!

Monday, 3 July 2017

Rehearsal for drama performance with Everyman Theatre

On 7th of July we will play the Drama Performance "Don't discriminate L8 " by local young people.
Today we finish our rehearsal and we are pleased to invite you at 16:30 in Tiber Square to watch us. 

We want to thank Everyman Theatre and Playhouse Theatres for all the support that they give us in the last weeks.
 

National Roma Network Forum



On 29th of June we have the pleasure to go in Sheffield invited by Migration Yorkshire.  Migration Yorkshire is the Yorkshire and Humber regional migration partnership and is hosted by Leeds City Council. Migration Yorkshire works with national, regional and local partners to ensure that the region can deal with, and benefit from, migration. We were invited to participate to the National Roma Network Forum. Was a great opportunity to meet and to learn about other organization that work with Roma community. We share our projects, experience and we learn from each other.
The main points and achievements that were in discussion:
• Roma communities have more engagement and inclusion in decision-making processes to influence service design
• Stakeholders better understand Roma community’s needs, assets, aspirations and priorities
• Better understanding of available Roma support services (including gaps and duplication), and opportunities for joined up delivery identified.
Roma communities and Roma support organisations come together to look at how best to tackle Roma exclusion in United Kingdom. This meetings starts last years in a unique context, just after the EU referendum vote in the UK.

‘We were lucky to be able to talk to Roma communities around the time of the Brexit vote, which helped us to understand in real time the everyday impacts of a very politicised moment,’ said Pip Tyler from Migration Yorkshire, the lead researcher on the project.
We were happy to see other work and projects that are made  in other cities. We want to thanks them for the invitation and for sure will be an open door for us to start a nice collaboration in different projects.