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Community Gardens in Glen Eira

A perennial issue in Glen Eira is residents desire for community gardens (particularly in or near the Growth Zones) and Council’s reluctance to support community gardens.   182 more words

Glen Eira

In and out about the local community

Throughout July, we provided tasters sessions to a number of community organisations, in an effort to deliver our key message of community wellbeing.

On July 6th, we were at the Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust Volunteers Event, Hall Place, in Bexley. 209 more words

Community Wellbeing

Angry Black Man

I could not help but write having come to understand, I, Bruce Wheatley have been labeled as an Angry Black Man. While, I might be green in character, I realize this stereo type was headed my way due to the nature of my work to speak truth to power.   511 more words

Education Reform

Talking to future GPs about complementary therapy

By Paula Cave-Ayland

On July 7th Kate and I had the opportunity to talk to some trainee GPs at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woolwich at one of their regular monthly meetings. 392 more words

Community Wellbeing

Origins of Complementary Therapy

The origins of complementary therapy date back to the 1620’s to ‘ceremonious’ in the sense of forming a complement, but it is a term coined by the Americans for a therapy used alongside orthodox medicine. 880 more words

Community Wellbeing

Building links within the health and charity communities

In May, we provided services to two organisations within the South East London.

On the 12th, we were at the Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust Annual Nursing Conference at the Danson Park Boat House. 306 more words

Community Wellbeing