Friday, 14 February 2020

Sneak Preview to Upper Hill's Health & Wellbeing venture

Due to open to the public shortly, GTDT have been working hard behind the scenes to create our new health and wellbeing site at Upper Hill Street, Liverpool 8.

We have added some much needed TLC to Upper Hill with some fresh paint and blinds, and we are well under way to getting it finished off ahead of our launch.

We will be focusing on the residents within the Upper Hill and surrounding areas, and will be offering special event days.  This will include a mini Clothes Rail, drop in coffee mornings to get to know who we are and what we have to offer.
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Find out what courses we have available that you may wish to enrol on at our other sites. Let us hear your thoughts about what you would like to see happening in your local area.

We will be offering free advice on many topics including 'How to save energy and keep warm', 'Healthy eating tips' as well as providing a free Nail shape and polish to those who may fancy a bit of pampering.


Watch this space as GTDT will keep you updated with our progress over the course of the next couple of weeks,





             
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Thursday, 13 February 2020

Kids Breakfast Club

We have our Kids Breakfast Club approaching next week during February Half Term.
Monday 17 February - Friday 21 February 9:30am - 12noon.
Come along and enjoy some fun activities and FREE breakfast.


Performance and Engagement in the REAP project.

Roma young people attended John Archer Hall to work in Partnership with the Capoeira Team. This was their first session, which covered stereotypes and aspirations to help young people to achieve their goals in the UK. Preparations were made to prepare the young people for upcoming performance's which will be held at John Moores University and the Museum of Liverpool.

Our young people having great time during the session with Mike from Capoeira.


Young people writing about positive things in their life. 







Youth Detached Engagement

These lovely young people who live near the Webster Triangle kept the GTDT Detached Youth Workers engaged, despite the really cold weather and high winds, this group were very upbeat and had a laugh with the workers. Stating that Lisa & Samy walk around all the area's, turn up at their school which is King's Leadership Academy, referred them all  to the Unity Youth Centre and even turn up there and then turn up at their houses to offer support and guidance to some of their parents.

Positive engagement with these amazing young people.

Lisa quoted "I love these young people, there is no end to their talents. Amongst this group there are freerunners, gymnasts, basketball players, basically jack of all talents. They are all characters, who are always polite and just a pleasure to work with".  

Dancing The Winter Blues Away

If you pass Riverview Development Trust on a Tuesday afternoon you will hear the sounds of laughter, clapping and counting out loud to tunes including a particular favourite of the group "One Step Forward Two Steps Back-By The Desert Rose Band. Line Dancing has become a must go to class even in the aftermath of Storm Ciara New starters are welcome every week . If you want to take on some gentle exercise at the same time improving your Health and Well being  come along and learn a few new dance moves to impress your friends and family at your next social event.