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Head Space: Beat Stress! Get motivated! Make a new start!

“Other people have noticed a big difference in me. I am a lot happier, they can’t believe the change.” “I enjoyed the whole course! Got a lot of ways of releasing stress, it’s helped with anxiety issues a lot. Also about thinking positively and I’ve been more confident.” “The experience of this course has been priceless. The information is useful but the experience has been life-changing.” A free seven-week course

2020-04-17T10:46:48+01:0020th October 2017|Events, News|

Who Cares? Show us YOU do!

Pledge your commitment to supporting carers in Leeds. Recognise employees that are working carers. Listen to what carers have to say. Explore the work that Carers Leeds provides. Together we can make Leeds the best city for carers! Calling all Professionals The Leeds Commitment to Carers asks organisations, businesses and services in Leeds to commit to identifying carers, and connect carers to the help and support available, and to truly

2020-04-17T10:46:34+01:0017th October 2017|Carers, Events, News|

Leeds Refugee Hub open evening – 26th October

On the 26th October at 4pm – 7pm, Refugee Council will be holding an open evening to celebrate the launch of its Leeds refugee hub; the base of multiple Leeds-based asylum seeker and refugee charities (including the Connecting Opportunities project), and also a venue space for many different individuals and organisations. We hope you can make it and help us celebrate this day. There will be speakers, entertainment and light refreshments available. Children are also

2020-04-17T10:46:20+01:0011th October 2017|Events, News, Refuge and Asylum|

Dosti Diwali Party – 26th October

DOSTI DIWALI PARTY ON THURSDAY 26TH OF OCTOBER 2017 At BAME Health and wellbeing Hub Reginald Terrace LS7 3EZ Time 10.30am Till 2.30pm Come and enjoy the celebrations with us DJ & Dance Hot Food Games and Raffle Prizes Live Singing For more information Contact Pooja on: 0113 2038893 Tuesday/Thursday Email: poojal@touchstonesupport.org.uk

2017-10-07T09:00:36+01:007th October 2017|Community, Events, News|

Mental Health Awareness Workshop at Leeds Grand Mosque

Touchstone's IAPT team are running a Mental Health awareness workshop on Monday 9th October at 12.30pm at Leeds Grand Mosque. It will be for around 2 hours to cover: ​Touchstone IAPT How common mental health concerns are.  To identify how someone can be feeling/behaving but not linking it to low mood or anxiety.  To explain confidentiality, assessment process and questionnaires required for therapy. To briefly go through the upcoming course about learning skills

2020-04-17T10:45:53+01:006th October 2017|Community, Depression, Events, News|

50th Anniversary Leeds Carnival Parade

The Leeds carnival is an amazing celebration which incorporates all three essential elements of authentic West Indian carnival: costumes, music and masquerade procession. It is one of the longest running West Indian Carnivals in Europe and began in 1967, therefore, marking the milestone 50th anniversary in 2017. On this special occasion, the carnival exceeded the expectations of the public, and the crowds of people gathered. It brought an explosion of

2020-04-17T10:45:42+01:005th October 2017|Blog, Community, Events, Families|

World Mental Health Week events from the Touchstone Community Development team

Next week the Community Development Service and new Migrant Access Project  Plus Teams are going to venues across Leeds to talk to people about workplace mental health. This is to mark World Mental Health Day on Tuesday 10 October and we’ll be doing activities throughout the week. As well as running sessions for staff working for Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust at three hospitals and NHS England and Department for

2020-04-17T10:45:34+01:004th October 2017|Events, News, Stress|

Black History Month trip to Wilberforce House in Hull

October is Black History Month - Let’s Celebrate! Join us on a coach trip to Wilberforce House in Hull on Wednesday 18th October 2017 Who was William Wilberforce? William Wilberforce (1759 – 1833) was a politician who campaigned to end the slave trade and lived to see the abolition of slavery in 1807 and the freeing of all slaves in 1833 in what was then the British Empire. There are also many more interesting things to do and see

2020-04-17T10:45:31+01:003rd October 2017|Black History Month, Carers, Events, News|

Baby Week at Dewsbury Road Community Hub

14TH AND 15TH SEPTEMBER 2017 Free activities/taster sessions and information stalls Celebrating Baby Week Creating Relationships Enjoy the fun and find out more about local services and activities available for babies, children and families. Places are limited for some activities, so please book by visiting: www.ticketsource.co.uk/leedslibraryevents DEWSBURY ROAD COMMUNITY HUB 190, Dewsbury Road, Leeds LS11 6PF Thursday 14/9/17: 11.00am to 11.30am: Mum and Baby Yoga (Please book a place) 12.00pm to 12.30pm: Toddler Yoga (please book

2020-04-17T10:42:33+01:0025th August 2017|Events, Families, News|

Diwali Dinner and Dance Fundraising Event

Bhangra Dancers - Raffle - Auction Money  raised will go to the Sikh Elders Service Friday 13th October 2017 White Rose Banqueting Suite 67 Tong Road, Leeds, LS12 1HQ 6.00pm - 11.00pm DRESS TO IMPRESS To book your ticket call on 0113 216 3143 Charanjit: 07842481270 Chani: 07825438376 Zeba: 07823448429   Ticket prices: Adults £15 Children under 12 £8 Children under 5 go free NO TICKET NO ENTRY

2020-04-17T10:41:53+01:0024th August 2017|Events, News|