Dorset-based multicultural organisation Unity in Vision will be launching their new 'Visions in Advocacy' project for ethnic minority carers in the Weymouth and Portland area on 17th February at Weymouth College. The free service, which aims to reach out to local ethnic minority people who are caring for loved ones and link them into support, is already active in West Dorset and will be opening up to new clients. If you look after a loved one who is elderly, disabled or in ill-health, or if you would simply like to find out more about Unity in Vision and their work with carers, then please click on the image for further information and contact the team to register your attendance.
- Listen to how the ’Memory is Being Kept Alive’ from two students who have been on the Lessons from Auschwitz project
- Hear the haunting song that victims sang in unison as they were marched to their death in the gas chambers
Tickets are FREE and available from the Lighthouse box office 0844 406 8666.
The South West Dorset Multi Cultural Network (SWDMCN) would like to invite you to attend their 10th annual Holocaust Memorial Day Service on:
Friday 30th January 2015
at the Corn Exchange, Dorchester from 12.30 - 1.30 pm.
There will be a range of speakers including the Police and Crime Commissioner Martyn Underhill.
The theme of this years event is ‘Keep the Memory Alive’- you can find out more details on www.hmd.org.uk
Doors open at noon for you to join us for light refreshments and to look at displays and art work and meet with members of the SWDMCN.
We do hope that you will be able to attend this important event.
Contact Emma Scott if you would like any further information: 01305 252204 or 07971 220067, mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org