Good morning all – hope that you are having a good day so far!
What can I share with you today?
FOOD / SHOPPING
From Phil: Our Food bank service will begin this week from this Thursday and will be opening every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. The service operates from:
42 Earlham Street.
If you would like a food parcel (or know of someone who might benefit from this) please let me know.
The parcel is free and is available to anyone. People just need to register, click on link below
From Cathy C: Potato omelette stuffed with ham and cheese. (recipe attached)
ART & CULTURE
From Anna (Queens Gallery Workshop host): To commemorate ANZAC day (WW1 Remembrance Day in Australia and New Zealand), here is a link to my story ‘An Easter Egg For an ANZAC’:
From Rosy: “Pilates In Later Life”. Pilates is a low impact form of exercise that is an excellent route to increased fitness for older adults to build up your stamina, strength and flexibility. The principle objective of pilates is to build abdominal, back and pelvic strength, resulting in body toning and improved posture.
Accessing financial support (Camden). If anyone is facing immediate financial hardship – e.g. they have no income or money in their account – they can apply for a one-off payment of around £50 through the Local Welfare Assistance Fund (LWAF) to buy groceries or pay a bill.
You can apply themselves online or they can call the Council on 020 7974 4444 (option 9)
From the Team
From Delia: Coronavirus: Minute’s silence for fallen key workers. There will be a minute’s silence across the UK today at 11:00 BST to remember key workers who have lost their lives to coronavirus.
From Chris B: Waterloo Festival 2020. now online! Transforming Communities. An annual celebration of arts, community and heritage in the artistic heart of London and this year they are bringing their festival online.
Their 2020 theme is Transforming Communities and with a rich line-up of international, London-based and local creatives, we’re making this year’s virtual festival a transformative force for good in this time of crisis.
From Janet: Janet has done another beautiful monologue. East Coker is the second poem of T. S. Eliot’s Four Quartets. It was started as a way for Eliot to get back into writing poetry and was modelled after Burnt Norton. The title refers to a small community that was directly connected to Eliot’s ancestry and was home to a church that was later to house Eliot’s ashes.
The poem discusses time and disorder within nature that is the result of humanity following only science and not the divine.
From Genia: Those of you who come along to our lunch club on a Tuesday will know of Genia. Amongst Genia’s many talents, she is an accomplished singer. Here is a link video recorded individually and put together. Please do listen, as it is a beautiful piece of music.
Shared by Jean – today’s wisdom and humour:
5. My mother taught me MORE LOGIC .
“If you fall out of that swing and break your neck, you’re not going to the store with me.”
6. My mother taught me FORESIGHT .
“Make sure you wear clean underwear, in case you’re in an accident.”
**Please note my new contact number** – 07759 646507