|Community Newsletter Home-Start Greenwich shortlisted for Best of Royal Greenwich Business Awards
We are so proud to announce that we have made it to the final of the Best of Royal Greenwich Business Awards 2022.
We have been shortlisted for the Health and Well Being Category
Thank you to Royal Borough of Greenwich and the award sponsors GLL for the recognition.
The Best of Royal Greenwich Business Awards 2022 is organised by the Council in association with U+I and supported by the South East London Chamber of Commerce, are an annual opportunity to celebrate and showcase local businesses and their outstanding contributions to the borough.
Local businesses play a vital role in delivering essential goods and services to residents and visitors, providing jobs and sustainable growth.
The Best of Royal Greenwich Business Awards is Royal Borough Greenwich’s way of recognising the fantastic work organisations do, while providing publicity, exposure and networking opportunities to our business community and encouraging residents to shop local.
Well – Being Event: Tuesday 27th September 2022 @ Glyndon Community Centre
We will be holding a parents Well-Being Event at Glyndon Community Centre on Tuesday 27th September (11am – 2pm).
Free refreshments, relaxation treatments, goodie bags and information to help support parent’s well-being will be available.
There will be lots of practical help and advice on hand too with fun activities for the under 5’s. This event is free entry.
Please feel free to share with any families you think may benefit from this.
Children Centre Conference
On Wednesday 21st September a Joint Children Centre Conference was held in partnership at Charlton Athletic Football grounds to bring the work and staff of all of the boroughs Children Centres together. It was an important fun day and covered important themes such as resilience, wellbeing, and multiagency working in the Early Years.
Mama G was our host and shared stories about being who you want and loving who you are. Julie Revels a well-established independent consultant, speaker and trainer was the keynote speaker for the event and talked about inclusion in the early years, understanding the importance of early child development on later outcomes, and supporting young children with neurodevelopmental differences. As well as Children Centre staff from all areas being in attendance, Health staff, RBG Commissioners and Councillors were also present.
Each Children Centre area talked about the work that they do and there were parents in attendance who talked about their journeys. The event truly highlighted the impact Children Centres are making in families lives and showcased the importance of collaborative working.
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