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Action against knife crime

loveLife Generation is actively supporting an anti knife/ street crime initiative to raise funds for young people trying to turn their lives around through a charity gala including an auction, raffle, silver service and live performances. Get your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/love-life-fashion-charity-gala-tickets-57417030885?ref=eios

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Service in the community

LLG ran a weekly Saturday cafe at the bus stop on Katherine Road by St Edmund’s Church to get people talking to each other, sharing ideas and concerns to help make their neighbourhood friendlier and safer. The LLG Crew also took an active part playing host at the community barbecue, speaking to members of the…

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It all adds up…

2018 Erasmus+ awarded us a grant to host a Europe wide training course for youth workers exploring human rights and refugees. Comic Relief funded capacity building for staff to become mental health first aid instructors. Charles S French gave us £5,000.00 to cover the ongoing costs of delivering the programme. This fund for the first…

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Building Capacity

Comic Relief funded staff to complete the 7 day “Train a Trainer” course with the Mental Health First Aid Foundation in 2018 and we are now able to train both adults and young people  as Mental Health First Aiders.

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