LEAN Monthly Bulletin

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Dear All

Apologies if you received multiple copies of our first monthly LEAN Bulletin. We are striving to resolve this issue.

This bulletin has been sent to all members but if you wish to unsubscibe you may do this through a link at the bottom of this message. However, I really hope you found the bulletin useful and want to receive further bulletins sent on a monthly basis.

All the best

Jane Hendrie

LEAN Manager

Bulletin - repeat emails

Dear All

Please accept my apologies if you have received the first monthly LEAN Bulletin more than once. We are currently striving to resolve this issue. I hope you found the bulletin useful.

We have sent this first issue to all members but if you wish to unsubscribe from the bulletin you will find a link to do this at the end of this message.

All the best

Jane Hendrie

Monthly Bulletin (edition 1)

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Monthly Bulletin

September 2017

Find below a list of stories added over the last month. Sometimes we have stories posted that have very short lead-times. Please accept our apologies for anything where the deadline has passed. You can make contact with the organisation to see when they are next running their event / training course etc. or you can subscribe to our RSS feed to keep up to date. If you can't view this email properly you can view it on the website

Advice

18 examples of evaluation tools, methods and approaches

Event

Andrew Barnett, director of the UK branch of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation will discuss their new publication, Rethinking Relationships, which examines the civic role of arts organisations.

Promote a variety of voluntary roles to LSE students

  • Monday 2 October 2017, 5:30-8pm
  • Attendance cost: free to registered UK charities

SAVE THE DATE for our event at Goldsmiths College

Cat’s Cradle is a project for writers who do facilitation work, run by Jasmine Cooray and hosted by Spread the Word.

Inclusive club night in Deptford! •Thursday 26 October 2017 • 7pm-11pm • Buster Mantis, 3-4 Resolution Way, Deptford, SE8 4NT •  FREE, no booking necessary!

News Story

The Aviva Community Fund offers you the chance to secure funding for an important cause in your community.

Lewisham residents and organisations are invited to nominate people who volunteer in their spare time for the Mayor’s Award. The new scheme was launched to recognise individuals, community groups and businesses for their voluntary work in Lewisham.

Congratulations! Silver Award winner for Secondary teacher of the year went to Mr Simpson of St Matthew Academy Fim and Digital Media Department.

Information about local activities for under 5s

Local Lewisham Primary School's Exhibition and Fundraiser

Opportunities

Full-time, Closing date is 21st September

Arts Network is looking for creative and wellbeing partners to take up space, or run activities at our new ‘Creativity and Wellbeing Hub in Lee Green.

The Royal Borough of Greenwich runs an exciting programme of winter events. Two of them - Eltham Lights Up on 16 November and Woolwich Winter Warmer on 2 December – feature community parades.  We are looking for an organisation to deliver these events.

Part time project coordinator to work with the Project Director and a Lewisham Community group

Deadline 10am 9th October 2017. Full time. £30-£40K. This new post will suit an experienced educationalist with a passion for Shakespeare and commitment to arts education.

Bow Arts Education is seeking an experienced evaluator/s to review and refine our Evaluation Framework as we enter our next phase of growth. Deadline 9 October, 9am.

Booking now! Lewisham Speaking up, a charity run by and for People with learning disabilities is offering free workshops about Disability Bullying and Hate Crime for year 6 pupils around the borough.  

Professional Development

Thinking about the next steps after you complete your music studies?

Starting out and looking for some guidance?

Come to Press Play to find out about the rewarding careers available in participatory arts.

The 2017 Engage International Conference
The Whole Picture: Rethinking diversity
29 – 30 November (plus fringe events to be announced)
Hull City Hall and venues around Hull

Early bird tickets and bursaries are available for this year’s Engage International Conference, which aims to rethink the conversation surrounding equality, diversity and access.

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