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Ashford Place have been busy helping turn Brent into a dementia–friendly borough
 

Hello friends, Dia daoibh a chairde


Hope you had a great St Patrick’s week, we can tell that many of you did from the pictures below! As always, Irish in Britain would like to extend our support to all members. This newsletter includes key changes to our contact details, a health round–up, a catch–up with our members and what’s coming up.
Changes to contact details | Health round–up | Catch up with our members | Events...

Our contact details have changed 

Telephone & address


Please make a note of our new contact details. We have closed our Birmingham office, so please send any correspondence to our head office: Irish in Britain, Haringey Irish Centre, 3rd Floor, Pretoria Road, London, N17 8DX. For general queries email info@irishinbritain.org or call 020 3903 0994.

Health round–up 

Health calendar 

We’re keen to promote key health issues affecting the Irish community. Watch this space for our new health calendar depicting awareness days and months. We’ll be sharing content and infographics that you can share with your customers across all your channels too. 

 

Cancer talk 2017

We hosted a discussion on the impact of cancer and the importance of detecting signs early. Check out what the key messages were and what our speakers had to say. Also, see Dr Mary Tilki’s advice on the topic. March is Ovarian and Prostate Cancer month – share the news.
 

5 tips to quit smoking

We put together 5 top tips to help smokers give up including finding the game–changer that will motivate them to stop, the mechanisms to help and the foods/ drinks that can support smokers to resist those urges.   

Catch up with our members

Ashford Place

When we encouraged Ashford Place to help make Brent a dementia–friendly borough, they rose to the challenge. With the help of Innisfree Housing London, Brent Adult Social Care and our Cuimhne Project training, they have created a daily service for people with memory loss to continue to lead independent lives. 

Aran Homes

 
Leeds Irish Health and Homes has launched a new home service for people with memory loss. Aran Homes support people to retain their memory to carry out everyday tasks.  


 

Train to become a Cuimhne Champion

Share the news – spaces available

 
We’re running a workshop this Friday 31 March for those interested in becoming champions to support people with memory loss in the community. Find out more, register and share the news.
 

Danny Fealy raising money for Cuimhne Project

Running again 

 
Danny Fealy is all set to run the 6–mile Barringtons Hospital Great Limerick Run for the fourth time to raise money for people with memory loss. Find out more and donate – every little counts. 

St Patrick’s Day Celebrations 

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