Equaliteas

Fantastic event yesterday at Little London Community Centre. Caring Together held an afternoon of Tea, Cakes and Debate to mark the 90th anniversary of the 1928 Representation of the People Act which gave all men and woman over the age of 21 the equal right to vote. Many thanks to all who attended, including local Councillors Javaid Akhtar, Kayleigh Brooks and Sam Pemberton our local PCSO. Those attending spoke of how Woman’s and Men’s roles had changed for most over the intervening years and individual stories and experiences were aired.

Opening a New Chapter

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Little London & Woodhouse

Bringing the library to your community

Did you know that Leeds City Council Mobile Libraries are in your area?

We provide

  • A range of books on board which can be borrowed by library members
  • Access to the full Leeds City Council Libraries Catalogue through our reservations service
  • Free computer access on Leeds City Council laptops
  • Free learning sessions to develop your digital skills (need to be booked in advance)
  • Free information and signposting service

We are in your area on the following days and times

 

Day

 Time Stop Name Address /location Mobile Info
Monday 15:35 – 16:05 Eltham Court Eltham Court, Woodhouse, LS6 2TP Mainly Older People book stock. Fortnightly stop. Week beginning 28..5.18

More from the CT Lounge

Caring Together held another secret cinema afternoon last week at Little London Community Centre. Adventures in La La Land was the film and there was a good attendance. Popcorn and ice creams were served and a good time was had by all. We will keep members informed as to when the next showing will be held via our newsletter. We ensure that all films shown are a reflection of what members want so ensure that you fill in the feedback forms after each film and indicate your preferences.

 

Bowling for Caring Together


As part of Volunteers week, Caring Together organised a bowling afternoon for a group of our local volunteers at the Woodhouse Moor Bowling Green. We all had a great afternoon. There were some seriously competitive matches but with good humour throughout. Many thanks to our local volunteers. We could not do what we do without their massive input and support. If you are interested in volunteering with Caring Together, please contact the office and ask to speak with Lisa, our volunteer coordinator.

Caring Together and the New General Data Protection Regulations

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Caring Together and your data

Information for Caring Together members

Caring Together holds personal data for our members and in line with the new GDPR regulations we wanted to remind you about our policy for holding and using that information.

We use your information in order to be able to keep in touch with you, send you invitations to events and activities, send you our newsletter and to pass on information that we think will be of benefit to you.

To enable us to provide a service to you.

To monitor the work we do and meet our funding requirements.

To refer you, with your permission, to other organisations that can provide a service you require and that we know and trust to hold your personal information safely.

Caring Together will only ever share personal information with connected 3rd parties (e.g. local health and social care services, emergency contacts etc.), solely with regards to your health and well-being and to enable us to provide a service to you. NB we NEVER sell personal information, or share it with unconnected parties.

You can request a copy of the information we hold about you at any time.

It is your responsibility to ensure the information we hold about you is accurate and up to date i.e. inform us of errors, and any changes to your personal information.

If you have any questions about any of this,  please contact John or Valerie at the Caring Together office on 2430298

Remembrance in Leeds

Caring Together are delighted to have taken part in the Remembrance exhibition at Abbey House Museum. This new display, co-curated with the University of Leeds, reflects on how commemoration has changed since the Victorian era, and features contributions from people living in Leeds today. The display shows the different ways in which people choose to remember, whether via objects, stories and locations and will be running all of the year through until December. For further information and entrance charges visit:

 https://www.leeds.gov.uk/museumsandgalleries/abbeyhouse