Community Forward is a not for profit organisation that runs various projects aimed at promoting access to catering skills, educational opportunities and social activities in Hull and the East Riding area.
They are passionate about the positive benefits of eating healthy and nutritious foods and invite you to their Afro Food Lounge Launch.
The Next Step Project is holding free ESOL sessions for ladies of all nationalities and is holding a registration day on 3rd September. ESOL Registration Day Wednesday 3rd September Community Church, 310 Newland Avenue, HU5 2NB (on the corner of Newland Avenue and Cottingham Road) 10am-3pm
The five Voluntary and Community Sector representatives of the Hull Children and Families Board invite you to join them at an event on 12th September.
Children and Families Board VCS Reps Event Friday 12th September The Guildhall, Alfred Gelder Street, Hull 1.30-4pm
This event will run in a similar format to previous events and the topics on the agenda are HeadStart Hull (children and young people's emotional wellbeing and resilience), family support and the Outcomes Star.
Pride in Hull is moving to a new location in the city centre for 2015 which means there will be many opportunities for people to help show off how wonderfully inclusive Hull is particularly highlighting the LGBT+ community.
Organisers would like to involve as many people as possible to help their main stage, community stalls and stands focussed event happen. They have arranged a meeting for those who are interested:
Winner, the Preston Road Women’s Centre has a range of free courses for women starting in September and held at their east Hull centre.
The courses on offer are delivered in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, by experienced and supportive trainers. All courses help to build confidence and provide skills, knowledge and techniques for anyone job seeking or wanting to volunteer in any sector.
Free childcare for under 5’s is available on site.