Stephen’s and Scown have published their January Newsletter with a focus on Charity law.
As you will be aware ‘County lines’ refers to a type of criminal activity, where gangs use children and vulnerable adults to move drugs and money from suburban areas into market and coastal towns. To safeguard these children and vulnerable people from this exploitation, the Home Office has been doing a range of work to […]
Mayflower 400 News In 2020 the United Kingdom, the United States of America, the Native American Nation and the Netherlands will come together to mark the 400th anniversary of the journey of the Mayflower, commemorating a story of adventure and celebrating the values that unite these great nations. The anniversary provides a significant opportunity for […]
CTiP Newsletter – 19th Jan Emotional Logic: Free Taster Session on 22nd Jan 2018 7:30:pm, at The Vineyard Centre Pray UK on 27th Jan 2018 9:00:am, at Plymouth Christian Centre Compassion Coffee Morning on 27th Jan 2018 10:30:am, at Emmanuel Church Holocaust Memorial Day on 27th Jan 2018 2:00:pm, at Plymouth Piazza (Big Screen) The […]
Plymouth Social Enterprise Network have published their mid-Jan newsletter
Our film for February is an Italian documentary from 2016, Fuocoammare (Fire at Sea). This is a portrait of a small island off the coast of Sicily that contrasts the calm uneventful lives of the local residents with the utter misery of refugees fleeing war, rescued from the sea or washed up dead on the […]
Eco Events Round Up Environment Plymouth January 2018 Brexit – and more! The Global Book Club Plymouth A meeting with Green MEP Molly Scott Cato Rooms 206/7, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University Wednesday February 13th at 7pm All welcome: a chance to hear the views of a leading MEP, and to raise issues that concern […]