ICON – In Control of My Breathing

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ICON – In Control of My Breathing

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•Are you living with a serious illness?
•Do you feel anxious when breathless?
•Does your breathlessness make daily activities difficult?
•Do you live in Tower Hamlets, Hackney or Newham?
If the answer to the above is “yes”

ICON may be able to help you!

Join the six week self management programme to learn new skills and techniques to regain control of your breathing!

Course started on Monday 25th January 2016. See below for contact Information

When?
Weekly
Monday 13.30 – 15.30

Where?
Physiotherapy Gym,
St Joseph’s Hospice
 

Contact?
For more information  please contact

 carmel McCann or Ameena Rahman on: 0208 525 6064

Support St Josephs Hospice : Help them to help others. Donate now

Broadway House Waste & Recycling Consultation

Following the TRA’s Request for a Extension to the Consultation Period the waste and recycling consultation will be extended to include the ETRA meeting taking place on 25th January with responses received to date and at the ETRA meeting to be replied to within 10 working days following the meeting. 

Hackney Homes and Council Officers will be in attendance at the ETRA meeting to discuss any comments and questions raised in regards to the consultation. Specific questions residents would like to discuss at the ETRA meeting, to please put these in writing or by email to neighbourhoods@hackneyhomes.org.uk at least 5 days before the ETRA meeting. Below is the Letter Broadway House Residents Should have received.

The Letter can be downloaded below.

 

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Please Attend the  Tenants and Residents Meeting on Monday 25th January 2016.

The Waste and Recycling Consultation will be first on the Agenda. Please be Punctual. Refreshments will be avaliable. Venue is Suitable for disabled residents. Toilets are avaliable at the Venue. See below for details.

Doors open 6.00pm for a 6.30pm Start

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This Leaflet/Poster above has been Placed on each Noticeboard around Alden and Broadway House and each Flat will receive a double Sided A4 Leaflet, Hand delivered to each flat at Alden and Broadway House.

Please remember the Estate Inspection Walkabout on Wednesday 13th January 2016.

 Info at : Estate Inspection walk About 

 

 

Day’s Out ~ Winter in London

There’s lots to do in London this Winter over the Holidays. Below is just a selection i picked from around London. Have fun. Wrap up warm and make the most of the holidays.

Have a great 2016.

 

The London New Year’s Day Parade 2016

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LNYDP – London’s New Year’s Day Parade has evolved into one of the world’s great street spectaculars with up to 10,000 performers from across continents, hundreds of thousands of spectators, and a ‘live’ TV audience of several hundred million. 

The London New Year’s Day Parade returns for its 30th time in 2016, with the theme of ’30 Magical Years’. The cherished turn of the year tradition promises to be even more spectacular than usual this year, with 500,00 spectators expected to pack London’s streets and numerous London boroughs submitting entries. Entertaining London since its inception on January 1st 1987, the parade takes around three hours to weaves its way along the 2.2 mile central London route, from outside The Ritz Hotel to Parliament Square. Expect vast, extravagant, Disney-style floats, with plenty of loud music, whistles and dancing in the street, along with marching bands, cheerleaders, street performers, clowns, acrobats, kites, colourful costumes and representatives from each of the 33 London Boroughs.

Info:  London New Year’s Day Parade 2016

 

Hyde Park Winter Wonderland

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The ultimate festive destination. With over 100 spectacular rides & attractions, Markets, a wealth of themed bars, cafes, restaurants and street food, plus free live music, from 10.00am to 10.00pm  Open every day until 3rd January 2016. Circus Shows, Magical Ice Kingdom, Giant Wheel and so much more. Hyde Park Winter Wonderland is FREE to enter and enjoy the festive atmosphere. However you will need a ticket for Ice Skating, The Magical Ice Kingdom, Zippos Circus, the Giant Wheel and Bar Ice.

Info : http://hydeparkwinterwonderland.com/

 

WINTER AT SOUTHBANK CENTRE

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Until Sunday 17 January 2016

Southbank Centre’s magical Winter season returns with award-winning entertainment for all ages, pathways of twinkling lights, bustling riverside markets offering food, drinks and gift ideas, a retro roller disco and our famous Vintage New Year’s Eve Party.

Winter Market, Cider Lodge and Rollerdisco run throughout the festive season. Activities and shows in the Royal Festival Hall.

MARKETS AND CIDER LODGE

Rekorderlig Cider Lodge And Check out the  Southbank Centre Winter Market

SPECTACULAR SHOWS

Enjoy entertainment for all the family, Spectacular favorites Slava’s Snowshow (Dec ­– Thu 3 Jan) and La Soirée (Oct – Sun 17 Jan).

NEW YEAR’S EVE CELEBRATIONS

A Vintage New Year’s Eve Party (Thu 31 Dec) With seven pop-up vintage nightclubs and exclusive views of the London NYE Fireworks.

FREE DANCE AND GIGS

Take the floor for free social dancing, including a New Year’s Day Ceilidh (Tue 1 Jan), and take your seat for free lunchtime and early evening gigs throughout the season.

FAMILY AREA

Winter at Southbank Centre is supported for the third year running by Southbank Centre partner Nat West, who are raising money for local charity Evelina London Children’s Hospital. They host a special area for families and free activities for children. Find out more here.

The Horniman Museum and Gardens

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Open since Victorian times, when Frederick John Horniman first opened his house and extraordinary collection of objects to visitors. Since then, the collection has grown and includes internationally important collections of anthropology and musical instruments, as well as an acclaimed aquarium and natural history collection.

Unusually for such an important museum, you can see the collection up-close and face-to-face. Visitors come time and again to explore the free museum, take part in our activities and enjoy the 16-acre gardens and discover something fascinating and mesmerizing every time.

Info : Horniman-museum-and-gardens

 

Other Places of Interest :

 

Note – RE: External Links from the internet. We are not promoting any website or event, this is only for information for tenants and residents who might be looking for things to do during the holidays. We are not responsible for links to external websites that are not relevant ~ A&B TRA.

Tenants and Residents Meeting ~ Monday 25th January 2016

All Tenants and Residents of Alden and Broadway House are Invited to the Important Meeting on :

Monday 25th January 2016

The Meeting will be attended by Your Estate Manager and a Councillor. Housing and Estate Issues  and more will be discussed.

Refreshments will be avaliable

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Please Put the date in your Diaries ~ We need Residents to support us and attend  meetings. Thank You – Have a nice Christmas 

FREE Bike Marking Event On Saturday 19th December 2015

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Date: Saturday 19th December 2015 ~~    Time: 1000-1500 hrs
Location: Safer Neighbourhood Base ~  70 Blackstock Road N4 2DR

This event is organised and ran by the Police, who will be marking pedal cycles with a special Ultra-Violet paste which will display a unique registration number. This is then added to the National Database (www.bikeregister.com) with your contact details. This helps re-unite you and your bike if it is lost or stolen. Each bike marking kits usually costs £19.99 – at this event it is FREE.

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Christmas Visit to Ripley’s at Piccadilly Circus on ‘Saturday 12th September’ Limited Free Tickets avaliable!

For Christmas 2015 the Alden and Broadway tenants and residents  association have arranged a Visit to ‘Ripley’s Believe it on Not’ at Piccadilly Circus. Visit on Saturday 12th December

Tickets Normally cost £22.00+ on the door. FREE for tenants and residents, we will need to charge a £5 Refundable deposit, to be returned after the visit, so we can make sure no tickets are wasted as they do cost money. Limited amount of tickets avaliable .. Reserve Now!  Email  us  your details  and once a deposit is received  your ticket is reserved :  alden-broadway-tra@live.com  See Leaflet below.

Suitable for elderly or disabled and mothers with Prams, there are lifts  avaliable, a Festive Christmas Trail is included free with the ticket .

Suitable for all the Family. Children  4-15 years old, Adults 16+ . Children under 16 must be accompanied by a parent. Travel and Food is your responsibility. Reserve now !

 

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Tenants and Residents of Alden and Broadway Estates Reserve your Tickets Now! Download Flyer/Leaflet Here

Hackney Winter Night Shelter

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We have noticed a increase of Homeless People around Alden and Broadway Estates, Homeless people have been using a empty bin chamber as a bed and been sleeping rough on the stairs or around the estate’s.

The TRA recommend’s  residents do not let these people into the estate as many have been taking drugs or alcohol and they have been making a mess in the lifts and communal areas. If they are a nuisance dial 101 or 999 if its an emergency or you are at risk of Harm.

You should call 101 to report crime and other concerns that do not require an emergency response. For example, if:

  • Your car has been stolen

  • Your property has been damaged

  • You suspect drug use or dealing in your neighborhood

Or to:

  • Report a minor traffic collision

  • Give the police information about crime in your area

  • Speak to the police about a general enquiry

You should always call 999 when it is an emergency, such as when a crime is in progress, someone suspected of a crime is nearby, when there is danger to life or when violence is being used or threatened.

Although they are homeless and some are vulnerable, there are many Hostels and Shelters and organisations that can help homeless people but some homeless people choose to be homeless themselves. The tenants and residents association recommend’s  If you would like to help a street homeless person or are homeless please get in touch with Street Link. They will help to access other services as well as Winter Night Shelter. You can phone them on 0300 500 0914 or refer someone via the Street Link website.

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