Black History Month Event

Mental Health Awareness Week – Proud to Care Booklet

Please find the booklet HERE

 

Carbon Smart City

Silver Screenings at The Barbican

The new Silver Screenings at the Barbican Cinema will be running on the second Monday of each month at 11.45. Attendees can also get a slice of cake and a hot drink from Benugo Café for £4.50 when attending a film.

Tickets are £6 and seniors can bring up to three non-senior guests with them.

The next Senior Community Screening is now  on sale: https://www.barbican.org.uk/whats-on/series/senior-community-screenings

 

City of London Housing Team Changes Information

Please find the link to the information HERE

 

Homerton Patient Voices Meeting

Homerton Patient Voices Meeting – from Max (Patient Experience and Engagement Coordinator at Homerton)

The Homerton Patient Voices group is recruiting patient, service user and carer representatives – would you like to join?

The Homerton Patient Voices meeting (previously known as the Patient Experience and User Engagement Forum) was relaunched in December and is on a mission to increase and improve patient and service user engagement and involvement across the Trust. We are working towards ensuring that the voices, opinions and lived experiences of our community are at the centre of all service design and improvement projects.

Being a patient, service user or carer representative for the Trust would entail attending the Homerton Patient Voices meeting every other month and feeding into a wide variety of projects. From co-designing patient information leaflets, to inputting into educational and training programmes, this is an opportunity to play a meaningful part in the improvement of our Trust.

For further information on how to become a patient, service user or carer representative, the expectations and what support we can offer you, please get in touch with the Patient Experience Team on huh-tr.patientexperienceteam@nhs.net or 020 8510 7084 and leave a voice message if necessary.

 

City Advice

 

Mansell Street Consultation

How do I respond to the consultation? 

You can read more about the changes we have made and respond to the consultation on our website, which can be found at: https://haveyoursay.tfl.gov.uk/mansell-street.

You will need to register your email address with us before you can submit a response through our website. We will keep your information secure and, if you agree, we will send you updates about the changes on Mansell Street periodically. If you do not have an internet connection or you would prefer not to submit a response online you can send us your thoughts in writing: 

·         By email to haveyoursay@tfl.gov.uk 

·         By post to FREEPOST TFL HAVE YOUR SAY  

The consultation will be open for six months so you can tell us your thoughts at any time up to 10 November 2022. Your views may change over time, so please feel free to respond as many times as you wish.    

If you do not have an internet connection and would like to receive information about our consultation through the post, please call us on 020 3054 6037.

What is the purpose of the consultation? 

We have introduced changes on Mansell Street as an experiment, so that we can monitor what effects the changes have as London continues to recover from the coronavirus. Our consultation is a key part of our monitoring of the scheme. 

We are not consulting about whether or not the experimental scheme should have been introduced. However, we will need to decide, based on the outcome of the experiment, our monitoring and taking into account all the feedback we receive, what any future of the scheme should be beyond that time. We are holding this public consultation because we would like to know from you:  

·         What affects you think the experimental scheme is having on specific matters such as cycling, walking, traffic flow and the environment  

·         What effect you think the experimental scheme is having in overall terms, and whether you think it should remain in place permanently or with changes, or be removed at the end of the experiment  

·         Whether we should make any changes to the experimental scheme, and if so what they should be  

·         Any other matters about the experiment you would like us to be aware of  

We will use your responses to help us decide whether: 

·         It is necessary for us to make any changes to the scheme during the experiment  

·         The scheme should be removed or retained (with or without any changes) at the end of the experiment  

If you have any questions about the consultation please contact us at haveyoursay@tfl.gov.uk, or via TfL Customer Services on 020 3054 6037.

 

City and Hackney Safeguarding Champions

City Advice:  Understanding Debt Info Pack

Please click link below:

https://www.toynbeehall.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Understanding-Debt-Education-Pack.pdf

 

Healthwatch Public Event

 

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