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Patient Voice  -  The Oaks Surgery

MEET THE EMERGENCY SERVICES

Come and talk to personnel from the Fire & Rescue, Ambulance, Police, Air Ambulance Services.

  • Defibrillator demonstration and a chance to try it yourself
  • First Aid in the home and what your First Aid box should contain
  • Also come and meet local Pharmacists and discover the range of services offered by them
  • Talk to a Swanley based Solicitor if you have any legal problems

Tuesday 28th May 2019 Drop in between 2:00 - 5:00pm
Alexandra Suite
St. Mary’s Road, Swanley

Supported by: Sevenoaks District Council, Swanley Town Council & Lonsdale & Mayall (Solicitors)

Colour Dash Event
We Are Beams

Great family fun with this established event. Held at Swanley Park BR8 7PW on Sunday 9 June 2019.

You can run or walk the 5k route and we will throw coloured powder at you at each 1km marker.

All ages.

All to support Award winning local disabled children’s charity-We Are Beams

Book online beamscolourdash2019 or
T: 01322 668501 x5.
E: fundraising@wearebeams.org.uk

You, Me & DEMENTIA

Raising funds for Eynsford & Farningham Dementia Cafe Performing:

Chocolate Muffins

By Naomi Morgan

Bothered & Bewildered

By Gail Young

Food Included in ticket price

Win BIG on our raffle!

27th April 1pm & 6.30pm
Eynsford Village Hall

Book Now

rebrand.ly/dementiacafe

ferne.haxby@yahoo.com

07980 820 216

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Kent Police Independent Police
Advisory Group

Sevenoaks & Swanley District
Your Community – Your Issues!

The IPAG are a group of community volunteers who work with Kent Police to improve policing services across the county. The IPAG make a difference to policing in Kent by:

  • Helping Kent Police to support victims of crime and anti-social behaviour
  • Providing a link between the police and the communities of Kent
  • Encouraging witnesses of crime to come forward
  • Sharing feedback from the communities with the police to help improve services
  • Discuss Kent Police priorities/objectives

We are currently looking for new members to join us and attend four meetings a year at a location which is relevant to you. This is an exciting opportunity to discuss community issues with Kent Police and the IPAG Chair.

We would like to welcome members from a variety of different cultures with a view to providing tactical advice and support in relation to dealing with serious incidents involving victims and offenders from different backgrounds

For a further insight into what the IPAG is and what is required from its members please go to link - https://ipag.kent.police.uk/

If you require any further information or would like to attend one of the meetings please contact Community.liaison@kent.pnn.police.uk or 01622 652444 / 652440

Planned future dates:

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13th March 2019 - Clocktower Pavilion, Swanley Independent PoliceAdvisory Group (IPAG) logo

17th July 2019 – District Council Office, Sevenoaks

20th November 2019 – Clocktower Pavilion, Swanley

 

“Working in partnership to build confidence and trust for all”

Swanley Mental Health Crisis Drop In Service

We are here to listen

Citizens Advice Office, (next door to Wilkos): 38 Swanley Centre, London Rd, BR8 7TQ

14 - 17 year olds: Thursdays 4pm-6pm

18+ : Saturday evenings 7pm-9pm

For more information e-mail swanleycrisisservice@northkentmind.co.uk or call
07396 200237 during the above hours

Funded by Cllr Michael Horwood, Sevenoaks District Council and Matthew Scott, Police & Crime Commissioner for Kent

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Swanley Netball Club logo

Half Term Netball Camp - School years 3-10

Venue: Dartford Science & Technology College, Heath Lane, Dartford
Dates: 21 February, 11 April & 30 May
Time: 10:00am – 3:00pm
Cost: £25 Per day

Carers Cuppa

Are you caring for a family member or friend with a serious illness or long-term disability? As a carer do you often put your own health and wellbeing last?

We want to put YOU first!

Alternate Saturdays 11am-1pm

ellenor Gravesend (Coldharbour Road, DA11 7HQ)

12 Jan / 26 Jan / 9 Feb / 23 Feb / 9 Mar / 23 Mar / 6 Apr / 20 Apr / 4 May / 18 May / 1 Jun / 15 Jun / 29 Jun

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View the PDF here to see the text from the poster above

Bereavement Cuppa

Are you grieving the loss of a loved one?

Come and meet others on a similar journey in a safe, supportive space near you.

Every Thursday:

10am - 12pm - Glentworth Ex-Service Club (154 Lowfield Street), DA11JB

7pm- 9pm - ellenor Gravesend (Coldharbour Road, DA11 7HQ)

Monthly Saturdays 11am - 1pm - Swanley Link (London Road, BR8 7AE)

12 Jan / 16 Feb / 16 Mar / 13 Apr / 11 May / 8 Jun

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New! Walk and Talk Bereavement Group

This is a gentle paced two hour walk through the Gravesend countryside and includes a coffee stop.

Meet at the cash points outside Morrisons, Coldharbour Road, DA11 8AB 9.45am meet - 10am walk. (If the weather is bad please call 01474 320007 to check it is taking place).

First Monday of the Month

7 Jan / 4 Feb / 4 Mar / 1 Apr / 3 Jun (no walk in May due to Bank Holiday)

Third Thursday of the Month

17 Jan / 21 Feb / 21 Mar / 18 Apr / 16 May / 20 Jun

There is no need to book for any of our cuppas or walk and talk groups, just come along. If you would like to speak to a member of the Wellbeing Team call 01474 320007.

Registered  Charity no. 1121561

Supporting Swanley and South Darenth

In my part time role as a Co-op Member Pioneer I am here to help support the community in Swanley and South Darenth. This might be through:

1) Encouraging good causes to apply to the Local Community Fund and supporting former beneficiaries of the fund.
2) Promoting your events on our community noticeboards (just drop off your posters to the stores!)
3) Acting as a link to local good causes.
4) Providing drinks for events through my Tea and Coffee Library.
5) Asking store colleagues to help with an activity you are doing.
6) Providing small items from the store perhaps food for a party that you are doing or Fairtrade items.

This list is not exhaustive so please feel free to share your ideas.
It’s also likely that you have links into area that the Co-op might like to support and again, if you have any contacts it would be really helpful to know them.

My work email is karen.jefferys@coopmembers.co.uk and I aim to check this weekly in term time. This is normally Tuesday evenings.

Karen Jefferys
Member Pioneer

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Ellenor Hospice Donation

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Sir,

On the 8th November Swanley & North Downs Lions Club presented the Ellenor Hospice team with a donation of £9,300. The money was raised at various fund raising events throughout the year including the annual Bluebell Walk, the Charity Golf Day and the ever popular ‘Bike around Brands’ cycling event in August. It was the second sum given by the club in the past twelve months.

In the attached photograph, left to right, are Claire Cardy, Ellenor Chief Executive, Lion President Bryan Harris, Fund Raising Chairman Lion Colin McRobert and Linda Trew, Ellenor Director of Income Generation.

Any publicity that you are able to give to this donation would be appreciated and would let those who contributed know the use to which their money was put.

If you would like any further information please contact me.

Regards,

Colin McRobert MBE
Secretary
Swanley & North Downs Lions Club

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Volunteers needed for new Digital Den Club for anyone aged 8-11 at Swanley Library.

The sessions will include how circuits work; how to program robots; how to make a piano with bananas; and much more…

For more information phone 03000 413131 or email swanleylibrary@kent.gov.uk or visit
www.kent.gov.uk/libs

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Eleanor

Our mission is to lead and coordinate the best-personalised care for all ages, sharing our expertise to ensure that all families facing terminal illness get the right support in the best place possible, enabling them to make the most of the time they have.

Care is provided:

  • For all ages, from the very young to the very old
  • For all diagnoses – not just for cancer
  • To support all needs, physical, practical and spiritual
  • In all places, at home, hospital, care home or hospice
  • To all concerned, patients, carers and families

If you feel you are able to volunteer and help this great charity, please click the button below to download the PDF with details of different roles which are available.