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EVINGTON CINEMA – THE WIZARD OF OZ – 10TH OCT. AT 10AM

Films to make you feel good. The Wizard of Oz will be shown at Coleman Neighbourhood Centre on Saturday 10th October at 10am.  Tickets are just £2 each and available on the day or in advance. Watching a film together helps you feel good. Coleman Neighbourhood Centre – Balderstone Close, Leicester LE5 4ES   Read More »

EVINGTON – EVINGTON ARBORETUM – PIGGY’S HOLLOW – PATH IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

PATH IMPROVEMENT PROJECT   21ST – 29TH SEPTEMBER 2015    Leicester City Council Parks Services have received permission from the Secretary of State at DCMS to make sensitive improvements to the paths surrounding the Moat. A series of earthen and wooden boardwalks and steps will be constructed to reduce erosion of archaeological features of the site and improve access during the ... Read More »

EVINGTON ARTS – DANIELLE VAUGHAN

http://dvaughangallery.com/http://dvaughangallery.com/ Danielle is a local artist who has a design degree at Leicester Polytechnic and has worked as a Primary teacher. She raised her family alongside five litters of puppies for Guide dogs for the blind.   She can now be found spending her days recycling by ripping up paper in her workshop. Danielle started as a professional artist in 2014, ... Read More »

GET STARTED WITH SPORT

In Partnership with Leicester Tigers If you are aged 16-25 and not at college or in work then Get Started with us and achieve your goals! Join our FREE five-day development programme where you can: Gain coaching and leadership skills from a professional club Find out about basic emergency first aid and have access to the onsite gym Enjoy a ... Read More »

LIZ WILSON, CURATE AT ST. DENYS CHURCH, EVINGTON IS ORDAINED AS A PRIEST

The evening of Saturday 27th June the curate at St Deny’s Church Liz Wilson was ordained at the Leicester Cathedral. Bishop Tim led the service and it was the first time the tomb of Richard III was open for an ordination. A celebratory and contemplative atmosphere filled the cathedral as Bishop Tim greeted the congregation and led his last service. ... Read More »

Lucy’s House in Evington

LUCY’S OPEN HOUSE Everyone enjoyed their visit to Lucy’s house, at 59 Church Road, Evington where the coffee morning and sale, held on 25th July, was to raise funds for St. Denys Church. In about 2011, Lucy bought the 18th Century white cottage, which had been a part of the Stoughton estate. The cottage had been two little cottages that ... Read More »

RECOVERY – A CHARITY FOR MENTAL HEALTH WITH AN EVINGTON VENUE

http://www.recovery4wellbeing.org/          Walk Yourself Happy with Recovery’s Sponsored Dog Walk on 19th September 2015   This group is based at Vulcan House (LE53EF) but uses Evington Park House as a venue for their Recovery Assistance dog training. ‘Recovery’ is a charity for mental health and spreads the word that people can recover from mental health needs through creative therapies. They campaign ... Read More »

LEICESTER CITY COUNCIL SUBSTANCE MISUSE SERVICES

Substance misuse services Overview Leicester City Council are consulting about the future arrangements for substance misuse services in Leicester. Their services provide specialist help to people with drug and alcohol problems including psycho social support and medical interventions. There are currently four different services in Leicester: one for young people (under 18) one which specifically provides housing-related support two for ... Read More »

YOUTH CENTRES

http://www.leicester.gov.uk/schools-and-learning/support-for-children-and-young-people/youth-centres http://http://a.tile.osm.org/11/1016/670.png Summer is here and the holidays are stretching out ahead! Leicester City Council’s Youth Service summer programme 2015 has the answer.  This year it’s bigger and better and the activities are still free.  They have a range of activities including the usual sporting events, performance arts and crafts, music and dance for all young people to get involved ... Read More »