Wednesday evenings: October 6th, 13th and 20th, 2021. Restore (Birmingham) set of three training sessions about refugee awareness and befriending. “Free training online for anyone interested in discovering more about refugee issues”. 7:15 p.m. to 8:45 p.m., online via Zoom. Click HERE to book your place. Enquiries to: Catherine, Restore’s Befriending Coordinator on [email protected] , or [email protected] . Training is offered free of charge, but donations towards costs are welcome. Click HERE for further information.
October 18th – 24th “Week of Action” about the Nationality and Borders Bill, as the Bill reaches its next crucial stage in Parliament. “We are in solidarity with our partners in calling the Nationality and Borders Bill the Anti-Refugee Bill as this is sending the clear message of its content”. See more at https://bordersbill.cityofsanctuary.org/
Wednesday October 20th Deadline for donations for the toiletry packs that we have started to make up (We are short of quite a few supplies). Please click HERE for full details of how you can help. Thank you!
Tuesday November 2nd Second of three “Easy Walks for Adults” with Wolverhampton City of Sanctuary friends. Have fun discovering more of Wolverhampton. This second one from Cupcake Lane car park, Newbridge, at 10:30 a.m., along the canal towpath to Compton and back for about one and a half hours. Bus Number 1 stops at the nearby Tettenhall Road canal bridge. Click HERE for Poster with more information.
Tuesday December 7th Third of three “Easy Walks for Adults” with Wolverhampton City of Sanctuary friends. Have fun discovering more of Wolverhampton. This third one from Lea Road / Jeffcock Road shops, Pennfields, at 10:30 a.m., to Bantock Park and back for about two hours. Bus Number 2 goes down Lea Road. Click HERE for Poster with more information.
We offer both English and Maths/Numeracy lessons, from 10 am to 12 noon before our Drop-In each Wednesday. CLOSED – Please See our Home Page for latest news. St.Mary & St.John’s Church Hall, Snow Hill, Wolverhampton, WV2 4AD. The aims are to give learners a knowledge of basic English grammar, spelling and punctuation, and also to give learners the confidence to speak, write and read English. And now Maths as well! Just come along, or contact [email protected] .
Wednesdays Weekly Drop-In Centre CLOSED – Please See our Home Page for latest news at St.Mary & St.John’s Church Hall, Snow Hill, Wolverhampton, WV2 4AD. (Just inside the Ring Road opposite the end of Birmingham Road). Click HERE for map and HERE for Google Streetview photo. From 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Among other things, we aim to provide a safe, welcoming place where asylum seekers and refugees can relax by socialising, playing games and informally mixing with people from their own and other cultures.
Every other Wednesday from 12:30 to 1 p.m. during the Drop-In. FOOD CLUB CLOSED – Please See our Home Page for latest news. Bring & Share Food and Recipes: All kinds of food from all kinds of places. Everyone welcome – Men, women, young, old, volunteers and visitors. If you would like to cook one of your favourite dishes, please let Gill Kelly know at the Drop-In, and she will buy the ingredients. Come and taste and talk. Part-funded by Near Neighbours .
Restore (Birmingham) run training sessions about refugee issues and befriending. Enquiries to: Catherine, Restore’s Befriending Coordinator on [email protected] . Training is offered free of charge, but donations towards costs are welcome.