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WCEN News, Events & Blogs

Latest news on WCEN projects, events in the community, current news and blogs from WCEN workers and those in our Network.

The Regenerate UK Roehampton Feel Good Festival is back on 29th July 2017! This will be a great Family day out with: A kids Zone with crafts from Paradise Co-op and Growhampton, Fairground rides, a food zone, a party in the marquee for the over 60’s, Roehampton past & future, a sports zone, a health

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Our NHS Health Check Project has been in full swing and we have held the following events: South Asian Community Health Event On Saturday 6th May WCEN and Mushkil Aasaan held a Community Health Event to encourage members of the community to have their NHS health check. We also had stalls of henna, hijama therapy,
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Wandsworth Enterprise Week 2017 will feature unmissable events such as Start up Wandsworth, Women’s Enterprise Day, Food Enterprise, one-to-one advice clinics, the Business Forum and more. “Wandsworth Enterprise Week provides a range of free support, advice and events to local businesses to help them flourish, develop and expand.” Cllr Ravi Govindia, Leader of Wandsworth Council

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We will be holding our next meeting of the Churches Network for Care and Prevention on Thursday 9th February 10am to 1pm at Balham Baptist Church 21 Ramsden Road, London SW12 8QX. This meeting will be focused around getting to know each other and starting conversations around the areas that affect the church community in Wandsworth.

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The Trinity Homeless Support Cafe is a collaborative project run by volunteers from the Holy Trinity Church and volunteers from Western Lodge. The Support Cafe runs on Mondays between 2pm and 4pm. The service is an informal drop-in session that offers support and guidance for members of the local community experiencing homelessness or at risk of

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People in Wandsworth, Croydon, Kingston, Merton, Richmond and Sutton are being asked for their input as the local NHS continues to plan for the future of healthcare in south west London. All parts of the local NHS – hospital doctors, GPs, nurses, therapists, hospitals, mental health trusts, pharmacists and commissioners – have worked together with

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