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Forget me not Memory Cafe at Golden Lane Community Centre

June 6, 2023 from 2pm to 4pm
Come and join a weekly City Memory Group.Music entertainment, activities and exercise followed by refreshments.A great place to make friends and socialise.It's all free!We have 10 places available for anyone who lives or works or used to work (now retired) in the City of London.Just come any Tuesday from 2pm and ask for Madhumita or e-mail forgetmenotproject17@gmail.comSee More
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Barbican and Golden Lane Neighbourhood Forum - drop in at Community Centre

June 8, 2023 from 5pm to 6:30pm
The Barbican and Golden Lane community has applied to become a designated neighbourhood forum so that it can prepare a neighbourhood plan and participate in local planning matters on a statutory basis. Under the government’s Localism legislation, communities can draw up their own plans that become part of the statutory framework for land use. This will be the City of London’s first neighbourhood forum and neighbourhood plan.The application is supported by local residents, councillors, businesses and community groups such as GLERA and the BA. As the process develops we hope support and membership will grow.Tim Godsmark, Chair of GLERA says “As Chair of GLERA I fully support the Barbican and Golden Lane Neighbourhood Forum which takes resident involvement in planning policy a step forward following on from the resident proposed conservation area.”Alderwoman Sue Pearson: “I’m a great supporter of…See More
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Hello all.  I am writing this post as a tribute to my dearest Mum, who passed away last evening in St Joseph's Hospice, after a long battle with Cancer.  Many people knew my Mum, and she was known as being a kind and gentle person, who always cared for others.  I am heartbroken, and she was my only near relative I have.  Although I am on my own, caring for my partner who has dementia. I am so thankful for all the support I have received from so many people.  Thank you so much.  Mum is now free of pain, and at rest, and I know she will always be with me in spirit.  X

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Hi Maria - I'm very sorry to hear about your Mum. When we spoke a few days a go you didn't know how long she might have left and, however much we prepare ourselves, it's always upsetting when it happens. I'm sure she will be remembered by many with affection.

I know many people will be with me when I say you have our sympathy and take care of yourself in the difficult few days ahead.

David K-W 

Dear David

Thank you so much for your kind words.  You have been through this, and I really appreciated our chat some days ago.  So many people have been really kind, and I am very grateful, and comforted by that.  X

Condolences Maria, thinking of you and your mother.

Thank you so much.  Bless you.X

Hi Maria, so sorry to hear your news. As I said when I saw you last if ever you want a cup of tea and a chat my door is always open. Thinking of you at this difficult time.


Thank you Lee.  I will do that. X

Thank you very much.  Mum's service was beautiful, and she was surrounded by so many flowers, which she loved.  I held a Wake in the Shakespeare pub, and that was very well attended.  I am lucky to have such kind neighbours and friends, who cared for Mum and myself, and supported me.  Its a shame you had not seen the notices about it.  


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