Remark! Community News

Remark! Community Lead Lunch Club Coordinator Required

12th June 2019

We’re looking to recruit a Lead Lunch Club Coordinator to manage four lunch club projects for older Deaf people in London including the set up and day to day coordination of two of them. The successful candidate will work closely with the Head of Community to ensure the long term sustainability and success of the lunch…

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Remark! Community seeking new trustees

28th November 2018
New Trustees at Remark! Community

We are currently seeking to recruit new Trustees to join our existing Board. This is an excellent opportunity to be actively involved in supporting and overseeing the charity and to contribute to the strategic direction, fundraising, project visits, project celebration events and other activities on an ad-hoc basis.   Remark! Community is a charity set…

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Beckenham Lunch Club’s outing to the beach

18th October 2018
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Oh we do like to be beside the seaside…. Thursday 27th September was Beckenham Lunch Club’s outing to the beach. Once again, David Nelson gave up his time to chauffeur and escort our group to Southend on Sea. We couldn’t have asked for better weather. The sun shone and there were no clouds in the…

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Remarkable! Club

10th October 2018
Annie_Steven

Remarkable! Club is aimed at Deaf adults aged over 18 and provides a variety of  trips, workshops, games and other activities. Our aim is to reduce isolation for the Deaf community. The types of activities we’ve done recently have included bowling and a walk around Kensington Gardens. We also have our Halloween and Christmas parties…

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Remark! Community News Update

26th September 2018
Remark! Community September News update

Remark! Community have had a busy couple months. Firstly our Summer Play Schemes in both North and South London were action packed with lots of different activities including Crazy Golf, swimming, played badminton, trampolining and bowling. We had around 30 children in both North and South London playschemes and it was fantastic to have both…

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