Joint ‘sleep-out’ fundraising event to help support the essential work of Homeless Action in Barnet and Together in Barnet. Help to make a difference If you’d like to be involved, register at bit.ly/sleepout2019 and we’ll send you a sponsorship pack. Big Sleep-out 2015 – help us to beat the £20,000 raised for HAB & TiB
Faith and belief perspectives on our common environment and responsibility for our planet. The conference will be of great interest to decision-makers in environment, education, crisis management and the workplace, to faith leaders as well as the voluntary and community sector, Interfaith activists and anyone with an interest in informed responsibility for our planet’s future. […]
Introduction to Hearing Health Causes and Prevention of Hearing Loss Noise Pollution effects Tinnitus Deaf awareness What to do if you realise you are loosing hearing Free to attend and free parking. For more information contact email@example.com or call 02084579900
The first youth forum meeting will be on Thursday 19 September 5.30pm at Middx Uni, where the multi faith group will set priories and develop an action plan for Interfaith Week. We are hoping for 2 – 3 youths reps from faith groups, faith youth groups and school across the borough. Please register your interest in […]
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Real People, Honest Talk – The Big Conversation by Near Neighbours To reserve you place email firstname.lastname@example.org or call on: 07913 291110.
Tfl are seeking views on proposed changes to taxi (black cab) fares. Transport for London (TfL) licenses and regulates taxi and private hire services in London. As part of this, we set the maximum fares that taxis (black cabs) can charge. These fares are determined by tariffs that are normally reviewed each year. We are […]
Applications for The Places of Worship Protective Security Funding Scheme is now open. With the deadline of 31st August 2019 fast approaching, The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC), Faith’s Forum for London and Faith Associates have organised a workshop to provide you with the guidance and support on the process. Wednesday 7th August 201918:30 – 21:30City Hall, Queen’s Walk, London, SE1 […]
I would like to invite you to the launch event of the Barnet Fairness Commission with Guest Speaker, Catherine West MP who established the very first Fairness Commission as leader of Islington Council. The launch takes place at 6pm on Thursday 18 July, 2019 at Trinity Church, Avion Crescent, Grahame Park Way, NW9 5QY. The Commission will operate for a year, looking at how […]
The event will be an opportunity to: Hear from different services, how they listen to people’s views and use feedback to improve: Speak to different services and give your views on how we involve people and listen to feedback: Meet different people and network
On 14 September TiB and HaB are organising a sleep out to raise awareness of homelessness and raise money for the two charities To launch this event (hopefully with style) we are have a launch evening at the Bohemia pub in Finchley on 16 July. The launch will start at 1830-1900 and will last about an […]
Save the date for our Annual General Meeting. We are delighted to invite you to the BMFF AGM to be held on Thursday 11th July at 6.30pm at Hendon Town Hall. Please register for the AGM using the Eventbrite link below where there is also a link for the formal Agenda and the Executive nominations form. Following the […]
by the Jewish Volunteering Network Do you know someone who would be interested in a basic introduction to Jewish religious practices, festivals and customs? This event is suitable for anyone working or volunteering in the Jewish community who wants to learn more about its beliefs and customs. Cick here to find more information and to book your […]
Living with diabetes can be tough enough without having to worry about what other people think, feel or say. This Diabetes Week we want to help people know more about diabetes so we can talk about it openly and tackle common misunderstandings. Join in here or #SeeDiabetesDifferently.
This Carers Week 2019, is about coming together to help carers get connected. There are over 40,000 people in Barnet who are carers looking after a family member or friend who has a disability, mental or physical illness or are elderly. Carers often find it challenging to take care of their own wellbeing, impacting on all aspects […]
The event will be organised to include stalls where attendees can meet the student film-makers, watch their films covering hate crime, the idea of building bridges and messages of tolerance and find out more about safeguarding training. Here is the link to last year’s ‘No Home for Hate’ project. For more information email here.