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Manchester Maya
Partnership of 8 organisations supporting BAMER Women and Girls. Funded by the Big Lottery.
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Wonderfully made woman Nov 8
My culture, my,heritage; GELE(headwrap), the beauty of a . Watch full video on Facebook page.
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Wai Yin Society 5h
"The best things in life are old, loved and rescued" The Welcome Centre is the place where we make life beautiful 😍❤️🥰😘❤️
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Women's Voices Nov 11
Hey, we're are launching our new Carers Support Group for ethnic minority women on Monday 18 November. Everyone welcome! 🎉👪💞
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Alliance for Learning TSA & SCITT Nov 6
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Action for Children Nov 4
In the UK, children are telling us that childhood is hurting. There are more children in care, social pressure is intense and more children have been identified as being at risk of harm. Join us in urging government to Choose Childhood and make a change.
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Manchester Museum Oct 31
DIWALI at the museum is this Saturday 2 Nov, 3-8.30pm Take a sneak peak at our preparations for a spectacular day of fun activities, performances, dancing, dhols, food generously provided by & a fab Bollywood Party! See you there!
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Wonderfully made woman Oct 29
was invited to speak on our work & our project last week at the 's prison. They were excited to tie the headwrap.
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Amna4Ardwick Oct 26
Loved my morning celebrating this heritage project focusing on the ‘gele’, the African head wrap. The power, beauty and vibrancy of these ladies is immense, and to be in their presence was such a privilege. Thank you for the invitation
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Wonderfully made woman Oct 28
Thanks to the for honouring our invitation. It was a great event, celebrating our heritage. .
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YoungMinds Oct 24
The NHS shouldn’t be the only place for mental health support. Schools, youth clubs and local communities can all play an important role. That’s why we need the Government to work together to tackle the mental health crisis.
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Just Psychology Oct 24
Our ever so popular parent workshops are back for Nov and Dec 2019. Please come along to our workshops to talk and share your challenges as a parent. No booking required. We look forward to seeing you.
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Sofia Higgins Oct 23
So much love and respect for . Always an honour to work with you.
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NHS Oct 23
If someone is unconscious but is breathing and has no other life-threatening conditions, they should be placed in the recovery position. This video provides a step-by-step guide.
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Wonderfully made woman Oct 23
Looking forward to our gele heritage event on Saturday
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One Manchester Oct 17
Really great news to see these plans from as they announce a multi-million-pound scheme, to help young homeless people aged 16 to 25. It has been billed as its “most ambitious programme to date".
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Manchester Maya Oct 16
There is hope for all those women who are isolated, vulnerable, lonely with language barriers, we have various groups and services to help you. Find our more Tel: 0161 945 4187
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Wonderfully made woman Oct 14
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Jennifer Williams Oct 10
"If they're full, they're full." While govt mumbles about cutting planning red tape, Manchester has run out of hotel places to put homeless families - 50 people a day are currently approaching the council for help
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Umer Khan OBE Oct 10
Every day our City of Manchester officers go above & beyond to serve the public Last eve PC RH dealt with a Domestic Abuse case & brought nappies+food for children & victim, with his own money Random act of kindness upholding the highest traditions of British Policing
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CDM UK Oct 8
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