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  • NMDDC Financial Assistance Workshops
    20 April 2018


    See attached important notice regarding the Financial Assistance Call 2 Newry Session is scheduled for Monday 23 April 2018 at 7pm in Ballybot House (DEA Coordinator be in attendance at the sessions).   ...

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    Apr
    2018
    AAA Screening - a free scan for men aged 65 or over
    See details attached for free AAA screening for the period Apr- Jun 2018....

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    Apr
    2018
    Mindfullness Course At Ballybot Hosue - Advert
    A 5 week mindfulness begginers course is to take palce in Ballybot House in May 2018. See attached flyer for further details...

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    Apr
    2018
    Cancer Experience Panel
    Macmillan is forming the very first cancer experience panel in Northern Ireland and are looking for anyone who has been affected by cancer (including those caring for people affected by cancer) to join and be part of this exciting project.= For further details see attached flyer or contatc Maura McClean, Engagement Lead Northern Ireland, Macmillan Cancer Support, Unit 5A Stirling House, Castlereagh Business Park, 478 Castlereagh Road, Belfast BT5 6BQ(028 9070 8610 ...

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    Apr
    2018
    Good Day Good Carer Support Programme
    See Brochure and referral details for the Confederation of Community Group's "Good Day Good Carer" programme funded by the Health & Social Care Board....

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    Apr
    2018
    Community Trail Plan for Newry and Slieve Gullion DEAs
    Outdoor Recreation NI (ORNI) is currently working on behalf of Newry, Mourne & Down District Council to develop a Community Trail Plan for the Newry and Slieve Gullion District Electoral Areas.   Please find attached a letter aimed at the community groups and/or user groups which will provide some background information on the project as well as invite groups to get in touch if doorstep walking opportunities is of interest to them.  For further deta...

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    Apr
    2018
    Spring Planting Event - Cabbage Patchers
    Please find invite to the next Cabbage Patchers event.   This will be an intergenerational spring planting event which will be held in the grounds of St Joseph's nursing home in Warrenpoint, on Thursday 26th April from 10 - 3pm. There will be a series of drop in workshops and everyone will be offered a healthy snack and will take home what they sow. See attached poster for further detail. Cabbage Patchers is an intergenerational cross-community growing project whose aim is to b...

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  • 22

    Mar
    2018
    Good Governance & Charity Reporting at Ballybot House
    The Confederation of Community Groups in association with the Developing Governance Group and the Charity Commission would like to invite you to a free seminar focusing on the annual reporting requirements.  The session will also look at the Charity Commission’s new guidance on fundraising and data protection.  Seminar to take place at 7.00 p.m. on 10th May 2018 at Ballybot House, Newry. See attached for further details and find below link for registration form.   h...

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  • 22

    Mar
    2018
    Borderline personality disorder
    The Patient and Client Council are interested in talking to people who have a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder or their Carer.   The below link which provides more information and contact details for the Patient and Client Council:   http://www.patientclientcouncil.hscni.net/news/view/borderline-personality-disorder-has-your-life-been-affected   Kind regards Nigel   Nigel Warburton Project Co-Ordinator | Involvement The Patient and Client Counc...

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  • 12

    Mar
    2018
    Bowel Cancer
    April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month! Help us to increase awareness of bowel cancer symptoms in your local area.   Booka free bowel health and screening talk for your community group or workplace.   Bowel cancer is Northern Ireland’s second biggest cancer killerhowever it shouldn’t be because it is treatable and curable especially if diagnosed early. Nearly everyone diagnosed at the earliest stage will survive bowel cancer but this drops significantly as the disease dev...

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