Tuesday, 15 May 2018
These are some of the pictures taken at last Saturday's women's celebration event in Darnall, sponsored by Awards For All and the Meadowhall Centre, which was postponed because of bad weather in March. Unfortunately, data protection rules limit the sort of pictures we can make available on the blog.
Posted by Darnall Forum at 13:52
These are some of the pictures taken at the women's celebration event in Tinsley, sponsored by Awards For All and the Meadowhall Centre, which was postponed because of bad weather in March. Unfortunately, data protection rules limit how many of our pictures we can make available on the blog.
|Designing Safeguarding posters|
|The Romano Jilo Dancers|
|The Together Women stand|
Posted by Darnall Forum at 13:27
Wednesday, 9 May 2018
|The six nominees from Darnall for the Women's Centenary Award, posing in front of the bust of Queen Victoria at the Town Hall with Councillor Mary Lea (far left) and Councillor Zahira Naz (to the right of the bust)|
- Lindsay Boot and Jackie Naylor, both of Darnall and teaching assistants at Phillimore School, were nominated for collecting an impressive £250,000 to regenerate the nearby Phillimore Park
- Sylvia Hamilton was Chair of the Friends of High Hazels Park for many years and, as Chair of Darnall Forum, brought much needed European funding into Darnall.
- Halima Mohamed has been working with the African Women’s Health Group for nearly 20 years. She has encouraged local women to learn how to speak English. She has been empowering women to do things for themselves and supporting them to educate themselves by improving skills and learning new skills. She has helped women improve their social and mental health by offering various skills and training. She has supported 100’s of women to increase their confidence through her advocacy work over the past 20 years.
- Ferzana has been organising trips for women in Darnall and Tinsley for years. A lot of women would never an opportunity to travel to the beach or go shopping in Bradford, for lots of difference reasons ranging from low income to having no transport, but thanks to Ferzana hundreds of women and children every year get to travel to different places.
- Reema Al-khayat is very active within the Darnall community and has been involved in many different organisations and projects:
- Chevin Housing Association
- Anti-Social Behaviour group,
- The regeneration group
- Darnall Forum
- Volunteer at Handsworth Grange Community School
- Volunteer Arabic teacher at High Hazel Community Centre
- Volunteer at Darnall Well Being
- Website Development Consultation
Posted by Darnall Forum at 23:41