Leo Kennedy has a large collection of reel to reel tapes which he would like to have converted into CDs. Would you be able to help him with this? Leo has a reel Mc (Tamberg) and can pay the cost of converting. If you are interested, or can think of someone who might be, please contact Leo on 07754 773427
The CAP Money Course is a fantastic tool to transform money management in your communities. Our upcoming training day in Bradford is an opportunity to learn how to deliver our acclaimed three-week, flexible course on managing money well and saving for the future.
See here for the flyer.
CAP Money training day
Date: Saturday 12 May
Times: 10am to 4.30pm
Venue: Christians Against Poverty, Jubilee Centre, North Street, Bradford, BD1 4EW
Parking: There is parking available on site.
To book a place complete the form here.
For more information see here.
The Booking deadline is Friday 4 May.
Jo Fowler has been editing the Belfrey Notices for the past few years but she will be leaving her role at the end of this month, so please send any notices you would like including in this section to email@example.com from now on. Thanks!
The following courses will be running in York from next month.
Time Out for Parents – the Teenage Years at Archbishop Holgate’s School on Monday evenings starting 16th April
Time Out for Parents – the Teenage Years at Clifton Children’s Centre on Monday mornings starting 16th April
Time Out from Anger at Cornerstone at St. George’s on Thursday afternoons starting 26th April.
Click here for further details and to book. If you'd like to speak to someone call Helen Atkinson on 07393 147259
Do you have a spare room and some space in your life?
Britain has a fine history of granting asylum to those who need it - could you play your part in the UK continuing to be a welcoming country for refugees?
If so, would you consider taking in a teenager who has fled conflict or persecution abroad and found themselves alone in York looking for a safe place to call home or would you be interested in supporting families caring for refugee children?
Several children have already come to our city and are living with families of various shapes and sizes, but there is a need for more. We are called to take care of orphans, to open our homes to strangers and to provide for the poor. This is a practical way of doing that for these vulnerable children.
For more information please read this and if you'd like to chat to someone please contact Emily Gould at firstname.lastname@example.org
"Practise hospitality, for by doing so many have entertained angels without knowing it"