Lockleaze Neighbourhood Trust
Welcome to Lockleaze Neighbourhood Trust…
Lockleaze Neighbourhood Trust (LNT) is a small charity based in Lockleaze, where we:
- Manage the Cameron Centre
- Produce the local newsletter called Unlocked
- Run and support activity groups at the Cameron Centre, for many people in the community
- Put on and support community events (more information on the what’s on page)
Our three main aims are:
- To identify community needs and to work with the local community to address those needs
- To support and encourage local initiatives to enable local people to develop their abilities and self confidence
- To work with statutory agencies and other charitable sources of funding to maximise investment in Lockleaze.
Updated once a month, this is a copy of our monthly e-bulletin. If you'd like to receive this the moment it becomes available, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with E-Bulletin Mailing List, in the subject line, and we'll add you to the mailing list.
E-Bulletin January 31st 2014
LOCAL EVENTS - so much for free!
so please do support all the hard work
that goes into making them happen
¨C all you have to do is come along and enjoy them!
Exciting news for the Vench! Monday 17th February.
Following Groundwork Uk¡¯s interest in managing the Vench, Bristol City Council has asked them to put together a business plan that would explain how they would develop the Vench. Groundwork UK want to hear the views of local children and young people that use Vench¡¯s services and want to include them in shaping the new design. The first opportunity for this will be a family fun day, run by Groundwork UK, at the Vench, on Monday 17th February (half term week). In the meantime, the council is making sure that the Vench stays safe, and some repairs to the equipment are taking place. For more information, or to give your opinion call Claire on 0117 983 7797 or 0117 977 7795, or email on Claire.email@example.com
Talent Show 2014, Thursday 6th March, from 6:30pm.
If you can sing, dance, or play an instrument, sign up for Orchard School Bristol¡¯s talent show! For all Ages. To sign up please email H.Howard@orchardschoolbristol.co.uk. Closing date for signing up is 14th February.
Would you be interested in joining a local knitting group?
Horfield Library would like to set up a monthly knitting group, where you could share new ideas and patterns, learn new techniques and to socialise in a friendly, relaxed environment. The sessions will be free, however you will have to bring your own materials. Suitable for all levels, from complete beginners, to practised professionals. A member of staff will be on hand to introduce and offer instruction. To register your interest, please contact Horfield Library on 0117 903 8538
Storytime for 2-5year olds! Mondays, 11-11:30
Does your little one love stories? Well why not take them along to Storytime at Horfield Library, BS7 0BD. Running Mondays, term time only. No booking necessary, just drop in! For more information call Horfield Library on 0117 903 8538
Health matters: Alex Wood, Health Improvement Specialist 0787 681 4573 firstname.lastname@example.org
February is Love Your Heart Month!
Coronary Disease (heart disease) is the UK's single biggest killer. However research still needs to be done to help fight this disease. In order to raise money for the British Heart Foundation are running a fundraising event on the 7th February in which they ask people to wear red for the day and make a small donation to charity, or wear a novelty red costume to raise money! For more information please visit www.bchf.org.uk
Monday Matinee Films, Monday 10th February 2-4pm.
The next Monday Matinee film will be Easter Parade, a spectacular 1948 romantic musical. This will be shown at the Cameron Centre, Cameron Walk BS7 9XB, on Monday 10th February. It is Free however there is a small donation fee for refreshments. For more information call Alex on 0117 914 1129.
More Local Activities
The Big Advice Day! Wednesday 5th February 10am-12:30pm
Expert Advisors will be offering their expertise to the public at an advice day that has been organised by Bristol City Council and the Ways 2 Work network, running at The Trinity Centre, Trinity Road, BS2 0NW. Representatives from over 15 organisations will be on hand to provide information and advice on a range of issues including money, later life, housing, travel, training and employment. Anyone is welcome to attend and light refreshments will be available. No booking necessary. For more information please contact Hilda on 0117 903 7953 or 0790 070 5239 or email Hilda.email@example.com, or visit the website www.ways2work.org.uk
For an easy way to help the Trust, use http://lockleazent.easysearch.org.uk/ when searching the internet - a portion of the fees paid by advertising sponsors will come to the Trust.