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Advice & Support Service

 

April 2018.......

 

Service News - Is there anyone who has a large car/van who can spare an hour, on a voluntary basis, Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday afternoons to collect food from the local Sainsbury’s and deliver it to the Advice & Support Service at the Haringey Irish Centre? This food is distributed to the more vulnerable members of the community free of charge to help make ends meet. If there is, thank you very much & can you please contact Teresa on 020 8365 1125 to discuss further.

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As Sainsburys' chosen Charity of the Year, the Irish Centre was recently presented with a cheque for £1000 for their Welfare Projects. Accepting the cheque on behalfe of the Centre is Teresa Intavarant, Advice & Support Service Manager and Moira Terrill, Haringey irish Pensioners Group.

From 7th November 2016 the benefit cap is reduced and is set at a different level depending on whether you live inside or outside London:

The benefit cap will impact significantly on client’s ability to manage, not least their ability to afford their rent. Each local authority should have a provision to assist people affected by this change.

 

 

DROP-IN

Wednesday 10am –12.30pm

Thursday 2pm – 4.30pm

Strictly appointments only at all other times.

 

ISSUES COVERED

Welfare Benefits, Accommodation, Council Tax, Housing Benefit/Local Housing Allowance, Disability Issues, Pension/Irish Pension, Grant applications, Identity documents, Health, Repatriation & other Legal issues.

Tel: 020 8365 1125 / 020 8808 3937 / 020 8808 0454

Outreach: 020 8885 3687/ Fax: 020 8808 6415

1st Floor, Haringey Irish Centre

 

Social Inclusion Film Club

1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month at 1:30pm

Tuesday, April 3rd - Dancing at Lughasa. Set in the fictional Irish village of Ballybeg, Ireland, Dancing at Lughnasa is a memory play, told from the perspective of an adult Michael. He recalls one summer he spent at his aunts' home when he was seven years old. The five Mundy sisters, all unmarried, live in a big cottage just outside of the small village.

Tuesday, April 17th - TheApartment Insurance worker C.C. Baxter (Jack Lemmon) lends his Upper West Side apartment to company bosses to use for extramarital affairs. When his manager Mr. Sheldrake (Fred MacMurray) begins using Baxter's apartment in exchange for promoting him, Baxter is disappointed to learn that Sheldrake's mistress i s Fran Kubelik (Shirley MacLaine), the elevator girl at work whom Baxter is interested in himself. Soon Baxter must decide between the girl he loves and the advancement of his career .

The Film Club is open to anyone who feels isolated or needing an outlet where they can socialise in a warm and welcoming environment. There is no cost to attend, no obligation to book in ahead you literally just turn up on your own or with some friends around 1:30pm on the day. Patricia and Christina, our fantastic volunteers, will be in attendance baking and serving lovely home baked scones and brown bread along with tea & coffee free of charge.

 

For further information on any of the above contact Mary 020 88080454

 

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The Advice & Support Service details can be obtained via the Irish Centre website. It contains drop-in times, telephone contact numbers, email addresses as well as details of previous projects/events which are located in the archive section. All future events are publicised here.

 

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