Flourish House have a brand new radio programme Let's Flourish! During the past few months four of their members have completed a radio skills course run by Sunny Govan Community Radio and have then subsequently started their own radio show focusing on mental health recovery.
Let’s Flourish is a means for members to continue their recovery from mental ill health, by learning new skills, regaining a sense of wellbeing, building confidence and actively participating in their community. This show demonstrates that there is life beyond mental illness and we are using this platform to challenge stigma and share with the world the ground breaking work that is done here at Flourish.
During their most recent show they discussed New Years intentions and the positive influence Flourish House has on our members wellbeing all year round. You can check it out by visiting their mixcloud page - www.mixcloud.com/letsflourish.
Their next programme will be broadcast on Monday 24th February between 2-4pm. This show will feature spoken word by one of their valued members, a live interview about Peer to Peer support and contributions by their broadcasters DJ Pete, Stu C, Catherine and Mary Doll. You can listen live by tuning into 103.5FM if you are based in Glasgow or online via Sunny G's website - www.sunnyg.com.
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The COP26 Coalition Mobilisation working group have put together a survey for gathering a wide range of ideas and opinions from civil society groups about what they want from COP mobilisations (plus a few questions from the Political Strategy group). They would really encourage all groups to fill it out even if you don’t have much capacity to be involved in organising. The deadline is 29th February, survey here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeGNSYSKXNG0p_GghQUiLIzsxXHfbYixfMj5OcmKw3vrGA9sg/viewform
There will be a face to face meeting for the COP26 Mobilisations working group in Glasgow on Saturday 7th March. This will be a space for fleshing out ideas from the survey and also building the trust and understanding within the coalition so they can work better together going forward!
Registration closes next week! Organisations can register to attend here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cop-mobilisations-working-group-meeting-tickets-93103361661
Social Investment Scotland is delivering an Ambitions Masterclass Programme for a second time; for social enterprises and charities with ambitions to scale their impact and increase sustainability. This is a strategic, executive level programme, specifically designed for leaders of Scottish social purpose organisations.
There are six masterclasses in the full programme. These can be enjoyed as individual events, although managers and leaders are encouraged to sign up for the full series to gain maximum benefit. Content will be a mix of expert speakers, panels, teaching and reflection. In addition to experiencing executive level training, this is also an excellent opportunity to network with peers in a mutually supportive environment.
Kaleyard Cook School would like to invite all women-lead and women-focused CiC’s to a free community cook and dine event on Sunday 8th March
Please come along to cook at 1130am and lunch will be at 130pm.
They note since space is limited in our kitchen they ask that anyone interested in cooking and dining (or merely dining), could you please email them to reserve a place on email@example.com.
They can accommodate up to 6 cooks and about 30 for their meal.
They hope to get together to celebrate, rejoice and commend all the wonderful women that are stronger together