This message is dated Friday 29th September 2017 for Ascot.
I have this request from Peter Boardman at the DAAT:
I hope you are well. I hope you can help to promote a very worthwhile forthcoming event through the Thames Valley Alert message process.
I have been approached by Paul Samuels from ‘MEN’S MATTERS’, to consider the best ways to promote his event at the Town Hall on the 19th of October (the attached poster has all the details) and my colleague Catherine Williams, wisely suggested your good self !
Clearly, it will not be directly appropriate for all of your members, as it is intended to target men at or approaching retirement age and older.
Grateful for your initial thoughts and what if anything else you will need from me to progress this. Many thanks Jeffrey, kind regards.
Policy Officer, Drug & Alcohol Action Team
Adult, Children and Health Services
Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead
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‘Men’s Matters’ warmly invites you to a dialogue
‘How to reach the invisible men?’
Thursday 19th October 12 noon to 2pm
Maidenhead Town Hall, Desborough Suite
‘Men’s Matters’ needs your help in finding the best way to reach older, socially isolated men. We will have discussions in small groups to draw on the collective wisdom of everyone who attends. The event will end with a buffet lunch.
This is a FREE event with limited places so please reserve your place now through Eventbrite:
Men’s Matters is a registered charity whose aim is to bring together older men to form friendships and take part in activities that contribute to their good health and well-being.
Tel: 07843 554734
Web site: www.mensmatters.org.uk
Thank you to our Partners for supporting this event
‘MEN’s MATTERS’ is the only group in RBWM for men of a certain age ! It is vital we all support it !
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
NO CRIME TO REPORT.
ASCOT & SOUTH ASCOT:
27/9 Wednesday 9.45 p.m. / 11.30 p.m. Spring Gardens. Car rear windscreen smashed and GOLF CLUBS STOLEN. The car alarm had sounded in the night and the owner turned it off from inside the house using the fob and discovered the loss in the morning. Some items had been discarded or dropped up the road.
27/9 - 28/9 Wednesday 11 p.m. / Thursday 5 a.m. Kennel Close. CAR ENTERED BY UNKNOWN MEANS - car searched and SAT NAV STOLEN.
27/9 - 28/9 Wednesday 11 p.m. / Thursday 5 a.m. Highgrove Avenue. Car driver’s door lock drilled - car searched - shoes stolen from the boot, loose change stolen from the ashtray. Empty aftershave bottle and cigarette packet stolen.
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