Remark! Community News

Brighton Hit By Freak Event

20th September 2019

    News just in: 12th Sept, the local Brightonians had Beckenham lunch Club members attack the largest and most well known seaside resort on the English Channel. They first arrived at the promenade after David had carefully and happily driven many of them there in a minibus. Other members came from the train station and…

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Eltham Lunch Club trip to Hastings

20th September 2019

There’s More To Hastings Than Meets The Arrow In The Eye ‘Twas 9th September when Eltham Lunch Club members embarked upon the seaside town, led by the very jaunty Cheryl, who rounded everyone up to attack the quiet beach front cafe (now a traditional must) so as to plan our assault on a sunny Hastings. She then led…

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Remark! Community set to improve wellbeing in the Deaf community with its new Lunch Club expansion project funded by the National Lottery Community Fund

17th September 2019
Lunch Club

A new Deaf Lunch Club in Camden will be launched on the 11th of October at 18 Leather Lane, London, EC1N 7SU. Many older Deaf British Sign Language (BSL) users are often isolated and secluded from society. Through our current Lunch Clubs for Deaf people aged over 55 in Eltham and Beckenham, they are provided a…

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Remark! Community Playworker (sessional) required

20th August 2019
Job advert Community Playworker

  We’re looking for a enthusiastic Playworker to contribute to the running of the Remark! Community play scheme during school holidays, including actively leading activities and supporting the Project Coordinator. The post holder will have several key responsibilities which include: Supporting children and youths Help to ensure smooth running of the play scheme every school…

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Remark! Community support ‘Keep In Touch’ Sports Day at Heathcote School

17th July 2019

    On Monday 15th July, Steven and Liam made their way to Heathcote School, eager to deliver the best ‘Keep in Touch’ deaf children’s sports day yet. Around 60 participants came from all over North East London and Essex, ranging from age 8 to 14 from 9 different schools. It was lovely to see…

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