Engage COVID 19 Update - 18 September
Renfrewshire Cultural Celebration Programme
The Renfrewshire Black History Month website has been launched. Renfrewshire Leisure have been working together with local groups to produce a lockdown programme that everyone will enjoy.
Black History Month - Our Culture, Our Future
A webinar on the 28 October (3.00pm – 4.30pm) will be chaired Gozie Joe Adigwe, New Buddies Network Officer, from Engage.
The panellists will be:
- Matt Hickman – local musician (Brown Bear)
- Milica Milosevic – (Creative Scotland)
- Dr Christian Harrison (University of West Scotland)
- Cllr Graham Campbell (Glasgow city council)
The theme of the webinar will broadly be ‘the impact of the covid19 pandemic on creative arts and representation on creative arts boards’:
Support for Individuals
RAMH Here for You Helpline - short video explaining the service
NHS GG&C - Mental Health resources
Poverty Alliance - Get Heard Scotland (GHS) helps people affected by poverty get their voices heard on the policies and decisions that most impact their lives.
Scam Share Newsletter
Support for Organisations
Please consider answering this quick questionnaire about your community’s experience of physical activity and healthy eating during lockdown.
This questionnaire, sent on behalf of Renfrewshire’s SPG Health and Active Living group aims to find out what Renfrewshire communities enjoyed during lockdown, any lessons learned regarding staying active, what you felt was missed, and what you think could be offered in the future (both in-person and virtually).
Deadline for response is Sunday 27 September.
Complete Questionnaire here