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A hardcore fundraiser has dived into a challenge to swim the English Channel for Enfield-based charity, the Nightingale Cancer Support Centre.

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On 15th March North London Hospice will be launching its Health and Wellbeing Service and its day centre in Barrowell Green will become the Health and Wellbeing Centre. This isn't just a new name for its existing outpatient services - the Hospice is in the process of expanding the scale and range of services it offers to patients and carers, with a special focus on symptom management, rehabilitation, self-management, social, psychological and emotional wellbeing.

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Enfield Refugee Welcome are now looking to apply to the Home Office to support a second refugee family in Enfield. It’s very much a team effort and we need more volunteers to help make this happen. There are a number of roles and tasks, so please consider if you could contribute and be part of the team.

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There was cause for celebration when the Nightingale Cancer Support Centre officially launched its new premises in Baker Street, Enfield Town. At an event on Friday 26th January guests were treated to a guided tour of the purpose-designed space and had the opportunity to speak with health-care professionals in their dedicated counselling, lymphoedema, consultation and therapy rooms. The Mayor of Enfield, Councillor Christine Hamilton, was on hand to cut the ribbon and said, “It is my.......

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Yvonne Quigley, the manager at the Ruth Winston Community Centre in Palmers Green, is leaving at the end of February, so the Centre needs to recruit a replacement.  Please share this advert with your members, colleagues, staff, websites and social media. Manager - Ruth Winston Community Centre An experienced & enthusiastic Manager required for Community Centre in Palmers Green. Excellent organisation, management & communication skills essential Perm F/T Mon-Fri 8.30am to.......

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Working with young offenders is a challenging and moving experience. As part of the Enfield Heroes campaign, Enfield Council is looking for volunteers to help in their rehabilitation. We are looking for more people to get involved, particularly working with youth offenders. If you have a skill – for example in car engine maintenance, jewellery making, hairdressing, basic IT or gardening – you could really make a difference to a young person’s life. There are some fantastic.......

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Enfield Refugee Welcome brought their first Syrian refugee family to the borough earlier this year.  In their Christmas message to supporters, they report that the family are doing well.  They are now planning to settle a second family, but need various volunteers. To find out how families are selected and how the settlement process works, watch the fascinating interview with Tony Carroll at the bottom of this article. With the support of our amazing band of volunteer befrienders.......

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