News Archives - August and September 2010

 

Community police assisting in graveyard clear-upCommunity Project Unites Generations

For years the closed graveyard by St Mary & St Margaret Church has been deteriorating, but now thanks to a community initiative it's being renovated. During a four day clear-up  community members, young and old joined forces to uncover long hidden graves and to mark out historically important monuments with strategic planting inspired by the planting schemes of the war graves commission.

 

Read more about how Castle Bromwich and District Lions got involved and why this project is important to the community HERE.


Thursday October 14th - World Sight Day

WSDTaking a step into the unknown

Come and join us outside Ellis Opticians at 10am on World Sight Day and experience some of the difficulties of being visually impaired. If you're reading this, it's unlikely that you've experienced a shopping trip without being able to see where you're going, see who you're talking to or what you're about to bump into. Come along and live the experience.

The World Health Organisation has estimated that the number of blind people in the world could double in the next 25 years. To combat the leading causes of blindness and assist in preserving vision we will be participating in World Sight Day on Thursday October 14th and raising awareness of the importance of regular eye checks to pick up early signs of problems which if left untreated could lead to sight loss.

Wednesday December 1st - Jaguar Social Club - Fashion Show

Tickets will be available shortly priced at 3 - Contact us for more details

 

 

PRIDE IN THE COMMUNITY