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Lucy honoured for her work with refugees

https://www.newcastle.gov.uk/news-story/lucy-honoured-her-work-refugees

A woman who has dedicated her life to helping asylum seekers and refugees settle in Newcastle has received a prestigious Lord Mayor’s Award. 

Violin player Lucy Fairley set up the music project Crossings which encourages people who have fled wars and persecution to meet and play music together, helping them integrate into the city and grow in confidence. 

Refugee Aid Network: Syria in Need Dinner

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Join Refugee Aid Network for a 3 course meal, speakers and close up magician as we raise for our next mission on the Jordan Syria border. Our team will be heading out the following week, hear about the mission and help raise towards life saving aid. £20 per person.

  •  Rumana Indian Cuisine, 261 Ponteland Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
    • Mon Aug 15 2016 at 06:30 pm

 

Northumberland REVOC Project (Resilient Victims of Crime)

Are you a Victim of Crime, including hate Crime, has it affected your mental health

Northumberland REVOC Project (Resilient Victims of Crime) 

Tyneside and Northumberland Mind are now running a REVOC service based in Northumberland. The project aims to provide services in relation to your experience of crime which are aimed at supporting you on your road to recovery and better mental health.

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