Hackney luncheon clubs market engagement events
The new luncheon clubs procurement process will begin in the early 2018 and we want to invite you to find out more. Whether your organisation is potentially looking to be a contract lead or you are a volunteer providing a luncheon club service, this event will give you:
- an overview of the tender
- timescales for the procurement
- a question and answer session
- an opportunity to network with colleagues who may wish to be part of the bidding process
- one to one discussion with London Borough of Hackney commissioning team (upon request on the day)
The following 2 events are scheduled to give you the best chance to attend.
- Thursday 23 November 2017 10.30pm - 1.30pm, Clissold House, Church Street, Stoke Newington, N16 9HU
- Tuesday 28 November 2017, 2pm - 5pm, The Tomlinson Centre, Queensbridge Road, E8 3ND
Please RSVP to adultcommissioning@Hackney.gov.uk by 12 noon 22 November if you'd like to attend, stating your intended date. An agenda will be issued to you at this stage.
If you are unable to attend then don't worry as all presentations and notes of these events will be sent out via e-mail shortly after.
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Travel and transport
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Leisure activities for older people and adults with disabilities
There are many charities, voluntary organisations and clubs that organise leisure and social activities in the area, which are targeted at specific groups of people such as people with disabilities, older people and ethnic communities. See leisure activities.
Lunch clubs for older people
There are various lunch clubs in Hackney which receive funding from the Council. If you are aged 55 and over, you are invited to attend a lunch club near you, to have lunch, meet people and join in a variety of activities. See lunch clubs for older people [pdf, 87.96Kb] .
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Advocacy for all
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Support for people in temporary accommodation
Support for adults and families who live in temporary accommodation.
Community and day centres
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Energy advice helpline
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