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Come join us for Recovery Month 12 and 13 September

Women’s Theatre

Presents
FAMILY PLOT
12 September 5pm
61 Munster Road, SW6 5RE
“Hush-a-bye baby, don’t say a word
good little girls should been seen and not heard”
The Payne Family are keeping secrets, even from each other. The plot’s thickening, the pressure’s building and the lid’s about to be blown clean off!
(All resemblance to anyone you know is purely coincidental)


Annual General Meeting

We would like to invite you to attend our AGM on
13 September from 7pm.
Munster Road
An opportunity to hear about the plans for the company, meet the board and see our latest production
Unfinished Business


OET Company

Presents
Unfinished Business
Megan has just left treatment for her substance misuse. Although her recovery is apparently stabilised, getting back into her life sparks a sequence of events that threatens to push her into past behaviours.
Touring to treatments centres as part of codependency awareness and relapse prevention. A 35min piece followed by a 30 minute workshop. If you are intrested in booking the show please contact Siva Zagel, Creative Producer, at admin@edgetc.org

PwC paid internships for women returning to work

Have you been out of the workplace for more than 2 years? Are you looking to work in or return to Professional Services?

We’re looking for talented women who want to work for an organisation that welcomes a diverse and flexible workforce supporting its people throughout their career.

Back to Business is a 16 week paid senior internship programme, starting in November 2016, aiming to encourage senior professional women to restart their career after an extended break.

This programme supports our diversity and inclusion agenda of increasing the proportion of its senior female talent, but is open to all.

What’s in it for you?

We know that returning to work after a long break may not be easy, so we want to make this as successful and enjoyable for you as possible. The programme is designed to help you transition back into the work environment and give you an opportunity to upgrade your skills. Our Back to Business programme will provide:

· A week long induction with your peers

· A dedicated Partner Sponsor

· A member of your assigned team to shadow and help you with your initial transition back

· The opportunity to work on real client projects

· Touch points throughout the programme to see how you are getting on

· Potential opportunities to become permanent at the end of the programme

The programme will also give you the opportunity to develop new relationships, broaden your professional networks and meet with other programme participants, as well as people in your respective business area.

You’ll have a chance to make a real impact and contribute to our business with continued support throughout. You’ll also have opportunities to explore careers at PwC and broaden your professional network.

At the end of the 16 weeks there may be an opportunity to become permanent depending on your performance and your desire to continue with us.

For further information visit the website http://www.pwc.co.uk/careers/experienced/jobs/back-to-business.html

Service User Barbeque July 20th

BBQ
You are invited to the Summer Service User BBQ!
Outside Edge, The Firm, Turning Point, Build on Belief, CGL, Groundswell, and Blenheim are hosting a BBQ on Wednesday, July 20th at 1pm, at 61 Munster Rd, SW6 5RE. Food and refreshments will be provided. All service users are welcome!

The Alcohol Service

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For residents of: Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, and Westminster

The New Venue for Coffee Mornings, Table Tennis & Pool
10 am to 12 pm every Wednesday&Thursday
At Lytton Community Hall
North End Crescent, West Kensington W14 8TE
Free Coffee, Tea and Snacks,Food parcels, Plus Good Company!
Situated on North End Crescent, off North End Road. 5 minutes’ walk from West Kensington Tube station
For more information call: 0800 014 7440

New Writing workshops with Outside Edge!

We have an exciting new writing workshop starting this Wednesday 4pm-6pm. Have you got something you want to say? At Write Now you can develop writing skills, share stories, and build your confidence. Write Now is a safe, and supportive environment challenging the social stigma that people in recovery often feel. Feel free to forward this message on to anyone you think might be interested! We ask that participants are abstinent on the day of the workshop; however those on low-level scripts are welcome.

E-mail us at: admin@edgetc.org or call the office on 020 7371 8020 for more information.

We would love to see you there!