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Everybody Dance Now!

May 10, 2017

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EveryBody Dance Now!

A new inclusive dance class in Watford for children  with additional needs starting 8 January 2018 Mondays 5.45 - 6.45 (10 week course) 

Dance is a wonderful way to help children express themselves, build strength, improve mobility and increase confidence. EveryBody Dance Now! will be lead by a Wheelchair Dance Sport Association trained instructor and we welcome children of all abilities. Our studios are accessible with disabled toilets, ramp entrance and a large car park.  

The course is part-funded by Watford Borough Council so the 10-week course only costs £50. If this is a barrier to your child attending please contact Amy confidentially on amy@thedantien.co.uk and we'll do our best to help.  

For more information, or to book call the office on 01923 236815 or email amy@thedantien.co.uk

Stop, Speak, Support

May 10, 2017

Royal Foundation’s Cyberbullying Taskforce campaign launches – STOP, SPEAK, SUPPORT

Fit for the Future FREE Conference

May 10, 2017

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Last chance to book now for the HSP Conference Fit for the Future taking place on Thursday 23rd November in Hatfield.

Over 100 delegates from a wide range of community and voluntary organisations have registered to attend the FREE event, but they are still able to accept further bookings.

To book your place please click here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/fit-for-the-future-developing-strong-partnerships-for-a-healthier-herts-tickets-37835578233

There is also an opportunity for either your organisation, or those organisations that you work with, to have a stand as part of the Marketplace for this event, for which there is also no cost. Any interested parties should contact Courtenay Mosley courtenay.mosley@hertsmere.gov.uk who will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements.

Crisis at Christmas

May 10, 2017

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Crisis at Christmas do an amazing job of providing the homeless and vulnerable with shelter, food, medical advice, housing and benefit options and much much more over the Christmas period.

Please help them by supporting this charity sale on Saturday 25th November, 10am to 2pm at Kings Community Church, Jackmans Estate, Letchworth. 

If you need any further information please contact Stan on 07563524253.

Supporting the need for the children to take part in risk taking, but never recklessly….

May 10, 2017

Supporting the need for the children to take part in risk taking, but never recklessly….

Burns Night 2018 Fundraiser

May 10, 2017

Burns Night

BURNS NIGHT  

SATURDAY 27TH JAN 2018

7pm - 11.30pm

Venue: The Riding School, Hatfield House

Drinks Reception, Piping in the Haggis and Reeling with The Caledonian Reelers 

Tickets at £65 per head.

All profits from a short auction, wine sales plus any sponsorship offered will support Pro-action.

Connecting & Transforming Hertfordshire

May 10, 2017

Aviva

Support us to develop our YAMA brand of young people's activities.  Head over to http://ow.ly/ekte30g5Jmc and vote for us with Aviva for our project to upskill young people in Hertfordshire.  

If you've been on our young people's training in the past, help us continue this work and vote for us, share the link and get your friends and family to vote for us too.  Only takes 2 minutes to vote and you can make an impact on youth work in Herts!

Adverse Childhood Experiences

May 10, 2017

Childhood experiences, both positive and negative, have a tremendous impact on future violence victimisation and perpetration, and lifelong health and opportunity. As such, early experiences are an important public health issue. Much of the research in this area has been referred to as Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).

Adverse Childhood Experiences have been linked to

  • risky health behaviors,
  • chronic health conditions,
  • low life potential, and
  • early death.

As the number of ACEs increases, so does the risk for these outcomes.

The wide-ranging health and social consequences of ACEs underscore the importance of preventing them before they happen.

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