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Editor’s Note Hello everyone, The competition winners for the Jess Glynne gig was won by Mrs B. from Bramcote Hills and the winner for the Madness gig was won by Mr G. from Wollaton - well done ! Unfortunately for those who entered the competition to see Alexander O”Neal, this has been cancelled. This month we have two tickets to give away to see THE UNDERTONES with support from THE NEVILLE STAPLE BAND for two lucky readers! SEE INSIDE! Christine Christine Gough - Editor sales@beechpublications.co.uk

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Beeston & District Society Toton Lunch Club -Local OverHistory 50’s -every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month Hold every Wednesday at themeetings Toton Methodist Church.in the month starting at 7.30pm at the Memorial Hall, High Road, Chilwell. £2.50 nonChurch members. Cafe Cameo open atAdmission Toton Methodist every thursday at10.30am Th e society has over 1,000 artifacts, including photographs, books, maps, and Good way to meet people in the community. documents. The work of the society is to preserveand save our local heritage for future generations. There will be free photographic displays at the Beeston St Helen Church, Church St, Stapleford, Friendship group for the retired and carnival in July, and also at the Heritage Day in September. senior citizens alternate Wednesdays 2pm - 4pm , lunch is 12.30- 2pm. Forthcoming talks 2017: Lots of events place,Green travelling theatre groups, quizzes, speakers etc. June 21st Johntake Beckett Spaces in Nottingham and Beeston Building to the Church. Further information contact Parishelds OffiPark ce. July 19th next Steven Clarke History and New Developments at Highfi August 16th Joan Knight The Influenza Pandemic, 1918-1919 Stapleford HelpfulPreece BureauChildren have a lunch on Thursdays at St Helens Church Sept 20th Victoria in theclub Workhouse Oct 18th AGM MAureen Slides oldtwo Beeston & archives Hall in Stapleford .11amRushton - 2pm - £5 forofhot course lunch. exhibition Nov 15th Jill Oakland The life and times of Nurse MarianWinfield Bannister Dec 20th A brief historyClub. of the Christmas Carol Come alongMarion to ourAllen Grumpy Old Mens

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Warm bags of compost by bringing them into the greenhouse before sewing seeds. Move trays of seedlings under cover of cold frame to harden off.

Grow hosta’s in pots to help protect from slugs or choose the blue-leaved forms that are less susceptible.

Cut back the remains of last year's perennials and tidy up all beds, weeding becomes easier whilst ground is wet. Mulch ground to keep weeds seedlings at bay.

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Department of Health and Social Care and NHS England consulted on extending the right to a personal health budget. Nearly 9 out of 10 respondents supported the proposals. Increasing access to personal health budgets is part of the NHS Long Term Plan, which aims to extend personalised care to 2.5 million people by 2024. This will partly be achieved through personal health budgets and social prescribing, which is when people are referred by their GPs to local community or voluntary activities. Minister for Care Caroline Dinenage said: I’ve seen first-hand how personal health budgets can give people a new lease of life, granting them the ability to enjoy their lives to the full. These budgets help to join up health and social care services, improving people’s experiences and outcomes whilst ensuring value for money for taxpayers.We are therefore extending access so many more people can benefit, a key part of our NHS Long Term Plan which will see personalised care become the norm for millions more”. James Sanderson, NHS England Director of Personalised Care, said:The NHS Long Term Plan will see more than 2.5 million patients benefit from measures like personal health budgets and social prescribing, which mean people have more choice and control over their health, wellbeing and treatment”.Dealing with long-term health problems means moving away from a one-size-fits-all approach, and towards more tailored care, with 1,000 social prescribing workers in GP surgeries, closer working with voluntary groups and most importantly asking patients what support they need to live independently and well. by Department of Health & Social Care.

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Beeston & District Local History Society YOU BEESTON MEMORY CAFÉ SAYS THANK

Hold meetings every Wednesday month starting 7.30pm at the Memorial Beeston Memory Café would likeintothe thank everyone foratthe support it has receivedHall, High Chilwell. Admission £2.50 non members. fromRoad, local performers, clubs, businesses and individual donors. In 2017, the Th e society has over 1,000 artifacts, including photographs, and Co-op chose the café as a local charity. Last Christmas, cafébooks, guestsmaps, and volunteers documents. Th e work of the society is to preserveand save our local heritage for future were overwhelmed by the generosity of many local businesses. Bendigo Lounge, generations. There willCafé be free photographic displays at the Beeston Sainsbury’s, The Boots, The Cadland, Nero, Costa, Greggs, Hallams, Rudyard’s, carnival in July, and also at the Heritage Day in September. Star, Tesco, Thorntons, Wetherspoons and others donated to a party attended by 70 Forthcoming talks 2017:in cash and in kind are vital because our core funding from people. Contributions June 21st John Beckettis conditional Green Spaces in Nottingham Notts County Council on raising some of and our Beeston costs from other sources. July 19th Steven Clarke History and New Developments at Highfields Park FURTHER DETAILS August 16th Joan Knight Th e Infl uenza Pandemic, 1918-1919 Beeston Memory Café meets every Thursday at Middle Street Resource Centre, Sept 20thfrom Victoria Preece Children in the Beeston 2-4pm. Now in its fourth yearWorkhouse and run by volunteers, the café offers Oct 18thwelcome AGM MAureen Rushton Slides of old & archives a warm and things to do for people withBeeston dementia and theirexhibition supporters. Nov 15th Jill Oakland Th e life and times of Nurse MarianWinfi eld Bannister Contributions in kind help to make café events lively and engaging, while cash Dec 20th help Marion Allencosts A like briefroom history the to Christmas Carol facilitators to lead donations to cover hireofand pay professional activity sessions. It is estimated that there are about 5,000 people with dementia in Wanted: Photographs and memories of Ericcsons, before Plessey took over in 1962. Nottingham, and about 1,000 live in Broxtowe. Justine SchneiderTrustee. Richard English is compiling articles for a book, he is particularly interested in anyone working on production the Beeston site before 1962, especially women. Also, has BEESTON &DISTRICTonLOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY anyone have third any photographs taken family and friends thatHall, timeHigh insideRoad the Meet every Wednesday in the by month, 7.30pm at the during Memorial factory, or at the Christmas party, or Summer sports day? in Chilwell. Admission £2.50 non-members.wwwbeestonhistory.org.uk. Please contact Richard English 0115 FORTHCOMING SPEAKERS: 17th9252598 April - Laura Ashley - Speaker - Jo Golby.

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Website to help kids to stay healthy. A new interactive health website aimed at 5 – 11 year olds will provide a one-stop shop for young people’s health needs and concerns. Health for Kids is a fun and exciting website to help primary school children think about how they can stay healthy and be more aware of issues including exercise, sun protection, healthy eating, puberty and sleep. The website has been created with the help of primary school children and focuses on the type of information, support and advice they would find most useful when thinking about illness and staying healthy. Illnesses and conditions that may affect this age range are also explained such as asthma, diabetes, allergies and head lice as well as emotional wellbeing linked to bullying and anxiety. Commissioned by Nottinghamshire County Council and developed and managed by Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust, the facility will provide general content and specific items localised to Nottinghamshire. The website states what children should do in an emergency, as well as what constitutes an emergency, and explains the role of a school nurse and a doctor.

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Nottinghamshire County Council has launched a campaign to encourage more people to consider a career in adult social care. More and more people are now living longer with different health and mobility conditions which means that they require support from social care staff. This may be short term support to help people get back on their feet after an illness, support to help people live independently at home for as long as possible, as well as support in residential settings. As well as staff proving direct care and support to people aged between 18 to 100, there are a range of other opportunities that people can train for, including social workers and occupational therapists. Social care staff describe their work as unique, varied and rewarding. Training and on-going support is available and a career structure provides opportunities to grow, learn and develop. A career in social care with Nottinghamshire County Council also offers flexible working and regular support from senior managers. Megan Holding, social care assistant said: “I have been in my social care post for over a year now and before I came to the council I was a manager for a nursery and out of school club. “I thoroughly enjoy my role working with people to check that their care and support packages are still working well for them. The team I am in are hardworking and I find the team full of opportunities to further progress in

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a role in an adoption agency promoting the charity and recruiting adopters and found out more about social work through this role. “I’m due to submit my ASYE (assessed and supported year in employment) portfolio shortly. The ASYE programme is well organised and offers lots of additional training and the opportunity to meet fellow colleagues who are new to social work which helps in feeling supported. I have also been fortunate to work in a great team with regular quality supervision and a manager who is knowledgeable, realistic and approachable.” Coun Stuart Wallace said: “Working in social care is an extremely rewarding career. It can be hard work, but to have the ability to make a lasting difference to people’s lives and independence is a privilege. “We would like to encourage anyone who has considered a career helping and providing support to others to get in touch with the county council to find out more. A career in adult social care will change the lives of the people you support and it will certainly change your life too.” For more information and to see the social care jobs available go to www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/adultsocialcarejobs

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Hold meetings every Wednesday in the12month starting at 7.30pm at the Memorial Hall, The Bell at Stapleford Cemetery rang High Chilwell. Admission non members. bells Road, at 12 on 8th February 2019 £2.50 after being Th e society has over 1,000 artifacts, including refurbished by the company who originally photographs, books, maps, and documents. Theyears workago. of the society is to preserveand save our local heritage for future supplied it 134 generations. There will be free photographic displays at the Beeston carnival in July, also at returned the Heritage Day in September. John Taylor Belland Foundry to the site, Forthcoming talks 2017: 134 years after they first installed it to collect June 21standJohn Green Spaces in the bell it hasBeckett since been reinstalled, theNottingham and Beeston July 19thringSteven Clarke History bell will 12 bells at midday eachand dayNew andDevelopments at Highfields Park August 16th Joan Knight Th e Infl uenza 1918-1919 may also be used as part of burial servicesPandemic, and Sept 20th Victoria Preece Children in the Workhouse events. Oct AGMproject MAureen Slides of old Beeston & archives exhibition The18th £8,318.00 hadRushton been funded jointly Nov 15th Jill Oakland Th e life and times of Nurse eld Bannister by Broxtowe Borough Council and Stapleford Town MarianWinfi Council. Dec 20th Marion Allen A brief history of the Christmas Carol Broxtowe Borough Council hope to Wanted: and memories of Ericcsons, before Plessey took over in 1962. renovatePhotographs the old chapel, but a use needs to Richard English is compiling articles for a book, he is particularly interested in anyone be found for the grade 2 listed building. working on production on the Beeston site before 1962, especially women. Also, has Since 2010 various phases of restoration anyone have taken any photographs taken by family and friends during that time inside the works have place, including factory, or at the Christmas party, orand Summer demolition of the 1950’s extensions the sports day? Please contact Richard English 0115 9252598 reinstatement of the trefoil windows where

they had been removed for extension Also Wanted: Your all aspect of life in Beeston and the surrounding areas access. In 2012, the memories chapel roofofwas during the 1960’s and 1970’s. Th is is for Julia’s book - a sequel to I Rememember refurbished and in 2014/15 the mortuary When. Plesae contact Julia on 07804942589. roof along with the Notts Ogee cast iron

rainwater goods and spire were refurbished and failed stones were replaced, along with the renovation of the remaining iron work. There’s still a long way to go, but having a Chilwell Ladies Circleat Chilwell Methodist Church, Beeston, every Thursday use for the building willmeet dramatically increase its chances. atTh7.30pm. There arewas varied quizzes, member e building itself a giftprogrammes, to the peoplespeaker, of Stapleford in 1880 by Mr Joseph Fearfield evenings etc, all are welcome. (We fi nish in June and resume in September ). and the bell was cast in 1885. for further information, please contact: Sue: 0115 9677399 or Norma 01949 838694 Above top: The bell before it was restored

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meetings over the summer, did not support the higher number. In October, Nottinghamshire County Council announced a change in policy towards its land holdings in Bramcote. It will now underwrite the cost of replacement school buildings, and raise funds by selling the Coventry Lane land itself. This reversed its decision of the previous year and should ensure the replacement school building remains in public ownership. December saw the examination of the Council’s local plan. Despite concerns that the council’s target of 6150 houses over the plan period is too high and may not be achieved, there was no evidence that the plan would change in any substantial way. Many of those taking part in the examination argued that setting aside 5% of plots for self-build was not appropriate on developments such as that proposed for the Bramcote green belt. We also argued that all, not just 10% as the council wanted, new homes on large developments in Bramcote should be adaptable and accessible. This would help residents downsize and stay in the community. Overall the voice of Bramcote residents has been heard and on occasion acted upon by the councils. Without the forum we would be facing a much poorer environment. 2019 promises to be a busy year. The planning inspector will report back on the Local Plan and our own neighbourhood plan will be submitted to the council. Local council elections

in May will stand between finalising the local plan and it being voted in. In September, the aligned core strategy review begins – and with it, a chance to revisit the validity of that 6150 target. If you live in Bramcote, you are most welcome to join the forum by filling in the form at: http://eepurl.com/b3LBK9 Paul Nathanail, Chair, Consultation on a Bramcote Neighbourhood Forum Neighbourhood Plan for Bramcote

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Cinema Tenant Secured For Beeston Square Development.

regeneration of this thriving town centre. “The Arc Cinema offers customers a premium cinema experience combining 700 supremely comfortable electric Broxtowe Borough Council has secured recliner seats, cutting-edge technology like a deal to bring Arc Cinema to Beeston laser projection with a friendly, personal town centre as part of its plans to create atmosphere – all for standard prices. Also, a vibrant hub of leisure facilities and our varied screening programme means new homes.The eight-screen cinema that people of all ages can enjoy spending will create around 30 new jobs for the time at Arc Cinema.” town and forms part of the mixed-use development which will include a greater Work is expected to start on the site in August with an anticipated choice of food and drink opening date in late 2020. outlets and 132 new homes. The new cinema will Negotiations continue on 50 contribute to Beeston’s per cent of the commercial night time economy, units available for food revitalising the town and drink outlets and centre and creating a the sale of the residential Artists Impression of Cinema vibrant new hub where site has been agreed. from Styring Street people want to spend Councillor Richard Jackson, time.Councillor Richard Leader of the Council for Jackson added: “The Arc Cinema will Broxtowe Borough Council said: “This be an asset to Beeston and I’m really is a significant milestone in Beeston’s pleased the operator has selected the development which we are excited to town as one if its locations to launch its announce. After local people told us they UK rollout of 10 sites over the next three wanted a cinema in the town, we have years. Our development presents an been in negotiations with three leading exciting opportunity for restaurants, bars cinema operators for several months and cafes looking to expand in the East and selected Arc Cinema because of Midlands.”The scheme forms the second its approach to delivering high-quality phase of a £50 million development screenings tailored to local communities.” which involved the refurbishment of the Arc Cinema will offer a mainstream shopping precinct, new and improved programming schedule enhanced with public transport connecting the town to live screenings of theatre and ballet. The the NET tram network, more retailers, cinema will also offer shows which are cafes and a gym.The development is sensory and parent and baby- friendly. being marketed by agents HEB Director for Melcorpo, the owners of Tel: 0115 950 6611 and The Arc Cinema, Brian Gilligan said: JLL Tel: 0115 908 2120.The project is “We are delighted to be launching The Arc also being supported by the D2N2 Local Cinema in Beeston. The town has a great Growth Fund pt 3 N2TC Fund. feel and vibrancy and I’m confident our cinema will complement the successful

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Care and Support at Home – What is Dementia? – Causes and Diagnosis In my previous article I referred to the fact that dementia covers a wide range of conditions rather than just one specific disease and described the most common types of Dementia but, what causes Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias? Dementia is caused by gradual changes and damage in the brain. The most common causes of dementia include diseases in which the brain cells degenerate and die more quickly than they would as part of the normal ageing process. The changes usually happen because of a build-up of abnormal proteins in the brain. The precise cause or causes of Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias is not known; however, most experts agree that Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias, like other chronic diseases, probably develop as a result of multiple factors rather than from a single cause.The greatest risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias is advancing age but it is not a normal part of ageing. Other prominent risk factors include family history, cardiovascular disease and strokes as well as head or brain trauma. Some researchers think that lifestyle may matter as much as family history. Individuals may be able to lower the odds of developing dementia or delaying its onset by exercising,eating well, staying socially active and using the brain regularly.Until a few years ago the diagnosis of dementia was very much a hit and miss affair and the processes used were not reliable. This has substantially changed over the past 10 years and, although there are still problems, the pathway for diagnosis

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GRAPEVINE COMPETITION WIN 2 TICKETS TO SEE THE UNDERTONES with special guest THE NEVILLE STAPLE BAND !

Celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Undertones debut album & 40 years of ‘Two Tone’ announce Spring 2019 – UK Tour playing COVENTRY – Empire on Friday 3rd May! Formed in Derry, Northern Ireland in 1975, The Undertones became renowned for combining lyrical invention and musical flair with intelligent simplicity. Their anthemic Teenage Kicks, much loved by John Peel, is one of the most influential songs of the post-punk era. On May 13, 1979 Seymour Stein’s Sire records released the band’s self titled debut album ‘The Undertones’. To mark the 40th anniversary of its release, The Undertones now present a glorious set of classic tracks taken from what is considered by many to be one of the best punk albums of all time (Family Entertainment, Male Model, Jump Boys, Here Comes The Summer, Jimmy Jimmy), adding to them a whole bucketful of their iconic guitar pop hits & anthems, Get Over You, My Perfect Cousin, You’ve Got My Number, Julie Ocean, Wednesday Week, and, of course, Teenage Kicks. Special guest Neville Staple, also known as The Original Rudeboy, is credited with changing the face of pop music not only once but twice. Neville Staple’s 40 year career in the music business is well documented, from the early days with The Coventry Automatics, The Specials & FunBoy3 in the late ‘70s and ‘80s, to The Special Beat and various other collaborations during his solo career from the ‘90s up to the present day. Competition to win 2 tickets. Please send in your name address and phone number, either by post or email: sales@beechpublications.co.uk The Undertones Competition , Grapevine, 50 Beech Avenue, Sandiacre, Nottingham NG10 5EH. Closing Date: April 15th 2019. (Must be over 18.) Data protection: Contct details of ALL entries sent to Grapevine, WILL NOT be passed onto any other party, or third party. Grapevine- Beech Publications will not use any of these details for marketing or further promotions. Only the winner’s name(not the address or phone number will be passed to the promoter for ticket collection only)

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ALEXANDER O‛NEAL – THE UNDERTONES and special guest Winter 18 & Spring 19 UK Tour THE NEVILLE STAPLE BAND – Dates include: May 2019 shows include: Friday 3 May COVENTRY – Empire OXFORD – O2771000 Academy Box Offi ce No: 08444 ursday 14th February 2019 WebTh – https://www.ticketweb.uk/event/the-undertones-the-empire-tickets/8794285 Box Office No: 01865 813500 Doors – • Extensions, Conversions & Renovations 7.00pm. Tickets - £25.00 advance www.o2academyoxford.co.uk • Conservatories & Porches • Groundwork, Excavations & Landscaping Saturday 4 May BRISTOL SWX LIVERPOOL – Eventim– Olympia • All types of Fencing & Gates Box Office Fully No: 0117 945 0325 Seated show • Driveways, Patios & Paths Web – http://swxbristol.com/events-article. • Brickwork & Plastering Friday 12th April 2019 php?id=1260 • Plumbing, Bathrooms & Wet Rooms Box Office No: 0844 249 1000 • All Residential & Commercial works Doors – 7.00pmTickets - £25.00 advance undertaken. Fridaywww.eventimolympia.co.uk 10 May LEEDS – O2 Academy WREXHAM – Box Office No: 0113 389 1555 Aston Hall Website –William https://academymusicgroup.com/ We are are based based in in Wollaton Wollaton and and cover cover all all We Friday 19th April 2019 o2academyleeds/events/1226430/underlocal areas. tones-tickets. Doors – 7.00pm Fully Seated show local areas Please call Matt on: 07931 504 255 Tickets £25.00 advance Box Office No: 0844 249 1000 Please call Matt 504 Office hours on: only 07931 - Mon to Fri255 Saturday 11 May www.thewilliamastonhall.com Office hours only - Mon to Fri www.leesbuildingservices.com MANCHESTER Ritz Grove EXETER –– O2 Lemon Box Office Friday No: 0161 714 4140 26th April Website – https://academymusicgroup.com/ Box Office No: 0844 249 1000 www. o2ritzmanchester/events/1226454/underexeterboxoffiDoors ce.com/alexander-oneal tones-tickets – 7.00pm Tickets - £25.00 advance Competition win 2 tickets Thursday 16 May- to NORWICH – Open O‛NEAL Box OffiALEXANDER ce No: 01603 763111 • Teacher led pre-school AT –OXFORD O2 ACADEMY Website https://opennorwich.org.uk/whats• 4 outside play areas Please send in your name on/gigs-events/the-undertones/ • Separate baby unit address and phone number, • Home cooked meals Doors – 7.00pm. Tickets - £25.00 advance • High quality childcare from specialist staff Friday 17 either May by post or BEXHILL – De Laemail: Warr Pavilion Boxsales@beechpublications.co.uk Office No: 01424 229111 Alexander O‛Neal Competition Website – https://www.dlwp.com/event/the-unGrapevine, 50 Beech Avenue, dertones/ Sandiacre, Nottingham NG10advance 5EH. Doors – 7.00pm. Tickets - £25.00 Closing Date: Feb 25th 2019. Saturday 18 May No cash alternatives. Luck! SOUTHAMPTON – EngineGood Rooms

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Nottingham Symphonic Wind Orchestra is one of the leading amateur wind orchestras in the UK and celebrated their 30th anniversary in 2018. Guided by musical director Keiron Anderson, highlights include broadcasts on Radio 3 and Classic FM. Concerts are given in support of charity with over £100,000 raised since 1987. In 2019 NSWO are supporting Maggie’s (Nottingham). Next Concert - How Suite It Is... A selection from the finest musical suites including Dances from West Side Story, Mars from The Planets and Shostakovich’s Jazz Suite. The Lecture Theatre, Bluecoat School, Aspley Lane, Nottingham NG8 5GY TICKETS: £10 including refreshments - available from Windblowers – sales@windblowers.com – 0115 9410543 Online Donation to Maggie’s www.nottinghamsymphonicwinds.org.uk

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HELPLINES Help and support for male victims of domestic violence Men's Advice Line: confidential helpline for men experiencing domestic violence from a partner or ex-partner (or from other family members). We help by: giving you time to tell your story; offering emotional support; providing practical advice; signposting you to other services for specialist help. Are you being abused? Our trained advisors help and advise: Heterosexual male victims of domestic violence Gay and bi male victims of domestic violence Frontline workers Call freephone 0808 801 0327 Monday-Friday 9am-5pm or email info@mensadviceline.org. uk http://www.mensadviceline.org.uk National Stalking Helpline- If you are being harassed or intimidated by a partner or ex-partner, if you feel you might be at risk of emotional or physical harm and if you are unsure what can be done about this behaviour you can speak to the National Stalking Helpline on freephone 0808 802 0300 or email them advice@stalkinghelpline.org. http://www.stalkinghelpline.org One-Parent Families/Gingerbread One Parent Families|Gingerbread is the leading national charity working to help the UK’s 1.9 million lone parents and their children. Lone Parent Helpline: 0800 018 5026 Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm, Wednesdays 9am to 8pm. Free information for lone parents on issues including: maintenance, tax credits, benefits, work, education, legal rights, childcare and holidays. http://www. gingerbread.org.uk/ Shelter- National helpline, very useful searchable database of local housing advice agencies, homeless person’s units, local authorities by region. Helpline: 0808 800 4444

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Support for young people If you’re worried about your boyfriend or partner’s behaviour, learning more about the warning signs of domestic violence could help you – or someone close to you – stay safe. You don’t have to deal with this on your own. Try and talk to someone you trust – perhaps a friend, teacher or parent. Or call the Freephone 24 Hour National Domestic Violence Helpline, run in partnership between Refuge and Women’s Aid. Helpline workers are here for you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Freephone 24-Hour National Domestic Violence Helpline: 0808 2000 247 Run in partnership between Women’s Aid and Refuge All calls are confidential. If you’ve been physically hurt, or feel like you are in immediate danger, call 999. The police have a duty to investigate and keep you safe. What about pets? -Many women and children are forced to stay with violent partners because they feel they can’t leave their pets behind. Research shows that there is a link between animal abuse and domestic violence: men who are violent to women may threaten to harm or kill a beloved pet in order to intimidate their partner.The Links Group is a multi-agency group that promotes the welfare and safety of vulnerable children, animals and adults. Members include leading associations and charitable organisations. As part of The Links Group, some charities offer pet fostering services specifically for pets belonging to women fleeing from domestic violence.For many women and children who leave violent relationships, the options open to them regarding their pets are very limited. The services listed below ensure that pets are cared for in a volunteer foster carer’s home until their owner is able to be reunited with them. All placements are strictly confidential. Tel: Yorkshire and the North East of England: 0800 083 4322Email: freedomproject@dogstrust.org.uk www.dogstrustfreedomproject.org.uk www.cats.org.uk

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Broxtowe Women’s Project website The project challenges domestic violence and abuse by increasing society's awareness of violent and abusive behaviour and offers support to all women experiencing domestic violence in the Broxtowe borough. Tel: 01773 719111 Midlands Women’s Aid website A registered charity, based in Nottinghamshire, that has given refuge, advice and support to thousands of women and children since 1976. Its refuge can offer accommodation for up to seven women, with or without children. Tel: 01159 257647 How We Can Help- We are a registered charity that has given refuge and support to thousands of women since 1976. There is always someone ready to talk to you with practical advice and support day and night on: Nottingham (0115) 925 7647 Admissions can be made to the refuge at any time. If we are unable to admit you we can always suggest other agencies to contact. Our refuge is a pleasant and secure home where women and children can be helped to cope and recover from the trauma of family breakdown associated with violence or abuse. We can accept up to seven families at any time. Each family has a private family room and the refuge is never overcrowded. Midlands Women’s Aid workers will not tell you what decisions to make or what to do with your life. Instead our workers will: support you and work with you to help you feel in control of your own life and your own decisions we have a lot of experience and information which we will use to help you find the right path for you if we can’t answer all of your questions or provide you with all the help and support you need, then we will know other agencies that can. Living in a violent relationship destroys confidence and self respect.

Violent parents leave a legacy of violence to their children. If you are experiencing Domestic Violence,it is not just your problem. HELP YOURSELF - HELP YOUR CHILDREN - HELP US TO HELP YOU Newark Women’s Aid Newark Women’s Aid provides safe accommodation, with associated support services, for women with or without children, who are living with or have experienced any form of physical, sexual, emotional, psychological or economic abuse. Tel: 01636 679687 To advertise call 07854990608 or visit our website www.beechpublications.co.uk GRAPEVINE-wollaton March 2019.indd 69

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PUBLICATION & DISTRIBUTION INFORMATION Grapevine in Wollaton & Bramcote is published by Beech Publications Office: Editor: Direct: www: email:

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Beech Publications publish and distribute two glossy A5 community magazines Grapevine In NG9 Covering parts of Chilwell, Beeston, Attenborough, Toton, Stapleford and Trowell– Distribution12,000 copies Grapevine In Wollaton and Bramcote Covering parts of Wollaton and Bramcote Distribution 8,000 copies

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