BME Cancer Communities presents Too Quiet! Too Long! Event. This will be supported by Bright Ideas Nottingham and the African Caribbean Health Network. It is part of the ethnic minority cancer awareness week. This event will be on the 12th July 2011 at 10am till 3pm at the Nottingham voluntary Action Centre. This event is to raise awareness about cancers affecting our communities.
To find out more about this BME Cancer Communities event and to book a place contact BME Cancer Communities by telephone on 0115 9348482 or email email@example.com.
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We are pleased to announce that the British Heart Foundation Hearts and Minds conference is now fully booked so for those who did not manage to secure a place at this conference tune in to 97.5 kemet fm who are broadcasting live from the event on the 30th June 2011.
Here is the flier for the British Heart Foundation Hearts and Minds Conference on the 30th June 2011at the Nottingham Contemporary. Places are running out fast so if you want a place please book now by emailing Karen at firstname.lastname@example.org for a booking form as this is a booking only event.
Hearts and Minds event is happening on the 30th June 2011 at the Nottingham Contemporary from 10am till 3pm. Please be aware this is a booking only event and if you would like to book your place email email@example.com. To read the press release for this event download it below.
Bright Ideas Nottingham presents British Heart Foundation Hearts and Minds Conference. This event is on the 30th June 2011 at the Nottingham Contemporary. Email Karen at firstname.lastname@example.org for a booking form.
For more information, download the files below, including the flier and schedule for the day.
Today we are nearing an end to our six week “I don’t do computers” course, Today is our last day and we aim to make it a joyous and beneficial one. We are pleased to say it has been a great success and we have recieved positive feedback from many Champions. We sincerely hope each and every one has learned something new and enjoyed this experience.
The Question is, do you do computers now?
Good Thursday afternoon to all from Bright Ideas Nottingham. I’m afraid The Network for Black Professionals’ Developing Intercultural Working Skills workshop on 8th June 2011 is now fully booked so we are not accepting any more booking forms. But we want to thank everyone that showed an interest in this workshop.
The Get On Up film showing the event at the Hilton Hotel Nottingham on the 25th March 2010 is now available to watch on YouTube. This Get On Up film shows an event which brought together visible and non- visible BME community and voluntary groups with statutory and non — statutory organisations, also the film displays footage from BME community and voluntary groups made during a film making course as part of the Get on Up Project. These include Heri-kwetu, Muslim Women’s Organisation, Kamyabi Community Project and Nottingham Afghan Association.
Bright Ideas Nottingham Presents The Network for Black Professionals’ Developing Intercultural Working Skills workshop on Wednesday 8th June 2011.
For more information, download the files below, including the flier, schedule for the day and the booking form.