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Faith Festivals… Purim

What Purim means to me… by Angela Banner, Jewish representative of Redbridge Faith Forum   The festival of Purim falls in March this year. It is to celebrate the survival of the Jewish people in Persia. Queen Esther, wife of the King,  Ahasuhearus, petitioned the King to protect his Jewish subjects. The Chief Minister, Haman,…

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Faith Festivals… Chanukah

Chanukah … by Angela Banner, Jewish representative of Redbridge Faith Forum This festival notes the reclaiming of the Jewish Temple by a group of freedom fighters called the Macabees. When they entered the Temple to light the everlasting light (a feature in many places of worship) there were only one, still sealed, container of oil.…

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“Caring for the Elderly” – 28 Jan 2020

Please do come and join us at our next network meeting to be held lunchtime on Tuesday, 28th January in the Gloucester Room of Redbridge Central Library, Clements Road, IG1 1EA.  Registration is from 11.45 am for a prompt start at 12 noon. This is a great opportunity to hear about the services and support…

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Consultation future of our hospitals

Join the conversation and help design the future plans for King George and Queen’s hospitals Over the last few months, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust (BHRUT) has been reviewing what King George and Queen’s hospitals should look like in the future to make sure that all residents, regardless of where they live,…

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ECO MEETINGS

This New Year, 2020 is a most critical year because a major United Nations climate change summit will take place in Glasgow known as COP26 when representatives of every nation on earth will come to join the UN to address how we can meet the climate targets.  Up to 30,000 delegates are expected to attend…

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