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联合推出: 吉特巴爵士舞蹈公益课

联合推出: 吉特巴爵士舞蹈公益课

Activity, Dance, Event
免票入场,欢迎各个年龄段的艺术爱好者。 吉特巴JITTERBUG是1920年代起源于美国,逐渐风靡世界的一种爵士舞蹈。其配乐节奏明朗,舞步简单活泼。可以双人对跳,也可以进行集体的查尔斯顿CHARLESTON排舞表演,是充满了热情的艺术表现力,并且老少皆宜的舞蹈种类。 公益课时间: 7月20日周二下午2点 - 3点   Admission is free, and art lovers of all ages are welcome. JITTERBUG is a jazz dance that originated in the United States in the 1920s and has become popular all over the world. The rhythm of the soundtrack is clear, and the dance steps are simple and lively. You can dance in pairs, or you can perform a collective Charleston line dance performance, which is full of passionate artistic expression and is suitable for all ages. Class time: Tuesday, July 20, 2pm-3pm   Put this in your diary and remember to wear comfortable shoes!! 💃🕺
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Covid-19 Monthly Update 每月疫情更新2021年5月

Covid-19 Monthly Update 每月疫情更新2021年5月

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
Welcome back! After a short pause, our Covid-19 bulletin is back although we will be producing it monthly.  If you want to check cases on a daily basis, download this app to your smartphone https://ukcovid19.nw.r.appspot.com/  The data is taken from ‘Coronavirus in the UK’, the UK Government official website on Covid statistics and insights.  What’s new? I: Roadmap  On Monday 17th May, England moved to Step 3 of the Roadmap out of Lockdown.  II: ‘Indian Variant’ The presence of B.1.617.2 – the ‘Indian variant’ – has been a concern. On 13th May, the Birmingham Mail reported that 62 cases had been found across the West Midlands with 19 being in Edgbaston South & University https://bit.ly/3fwezs0  https://bit.ly/3hEaHb0  However, the Government scientific advisers have said the Indian variant may be highly transmissible but…
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Dragon Boat Festival Fundraising Sticky Rice Dumpling 2021 – 愛心糉子義賣

Dragon Boat Festival Fundraising Sticky Rice Dumpling 2021 – 愛心糉子義賣

Dim Sum, Event
Thank you for supporting Chinese Community Centre - Birmingham's 2021 Dragon Boat Festival Fundraiser!感謝大家支持伯明翰華人社區中心-2021年端午節籌款活動! To order sticky rice dumpling call CCC-B on 0121 685 8510. COLLECT ONLY - No delivery available. Pick up date 1st or 9th of June, from 10.30am - 3.30pm, please call in advance to arrange. Last order placed on 28th of May.訂購糯米糉子,請致電0121 685 8510致電CCC-B。是次義賣活動只接受到中心領取,不設送貨服務。伯明翰華人社區中心職員會與你預約日期于六月一日或六月九日,時間10.30-3.30到中心領取糉子。最後訂購日期五月二十八日. 在線訂購表格 https://bit.ly/3vPRaIzOr use our online order form https://bit.ly/3vPRaIzWe are fundraising to replace income lost when we were forced to close our building to the public during lockdown. All funds raised go towards supporting our members and service users in the Chinese community. 愛心義賣糉子活動的善款用作彌補封鎖期間被迫關閉,沒有對外開放時損失的收入。希望透過這次義賣,所籌得的款項,將用於支持華人社區中心會員及服務對象。Thank you 谢谢!!
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Wednesday Wellbeing forum April – 週三健康論壇

Wednesday Wellbeing forum April – 週三健康論壇

Activity, Event
From the last time we had our guest speaker Dr Matthew Nye, many participants enjoy the session. He will be returning with another talk, how to stay healthy on this month's Wednesday Wellbeing Forum.  If you have any specific questions you would like Dr Nye to answer, please send them in advance.  Dr Nye will deliver his talk in Cantonese. Please let us know in advance if you need a Mandarin interpreter.Join us on Wednesday 28th April at 11:00am-12:30pm.To book your place call Chloe on 0121 685 8510, near to the time she will provide you with a zoom link. Traditional Chinese Simplified Chinese
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Wednesday Wellbeing forum March – 週三健康論壇

Wednesday Wellbeing forum March – 週三健康論壇

Activity
Next week Wednesday 31st March at our monthly health forum, we will be discussing falls prevention with guest speaker Adele Preece. Many older people have stayed indoors for much of the last year in order to protect their health. The lack of exercise has posed other health risks.You are welcome to join us in our zoom meeting. To book your place, call Chloe on 0121 685 8510.
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WEEKLY UPDATE 26 March 2021 – 每周疫情快讯 2021年3月26日

WEEKLY UPDATE 26 March 2021 – 每周疫情快讯 2021年3月26日

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
I: The Roadmap Out Of Lockdown  The ‘stay at home’ order will be lifted on Monday 29th March although you are advised to stay local. If all goes well, Step 2 will be triggered on Monday 12th April Remember: each step will only be implemented if 4 tests are satisfied:                            Test 1 The vaccination programme is on schedule Test 2 Hospitalisations and deaths are reduced Test 3 The NHS is not overwhelmed by a surge of new cases Test 4 New variants of concern can be adequately managed If these tests are not met, we will not move to the next stage. Therefore, it is advisable to wait before you book holidays abroad as restrictions could continue beyond…
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WEEKLY UPDATE 19 March 2021 – 每周疫情快讯 2021年3月19日

WEEKLY UPDATE 19 March 2021 – 每周疫情快讯 2021年3月19日

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
I: Vaccination programme hits a bump in the road out of lockdown     NEW People aged 50-55 received Covid vaccination invitations this week. The Government is 2 weeks ahead of schedule.  However, due to a supply issue, people under 50 must wait until May before receiving their first jabs.  Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said that everyone in the first wave (priority groups 1-9) will receive their second jab by mid-April as it must be given within 12 weeks of the first vaccination. The schedule now looks like this:  When might people receive their first vaccine dose? All adults should be vaccinated by the end of July.  You will be contacted by the NHS Vaccination Centre or your GP surgery.  The vaccination is free, and only available via the…
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WEEKLY UPDATE 12 March 2021 – 每周疫情快讯 2021年3月12日

WEEKLY UPDATE 12 March 2021 – 每周疫情快讯 2021年3月12日

Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates, News
I: Vaccination programme continues to roll out… I:II People aged 56+ You will be contacted by the NHS Vaccination Centre or your GP surgery.  The vaccination is free, and only available via the NHS in the UK. Any vaccinations being advertised by private clinics or on the internet may be fake and not approved by the official regular MHRA. You may be risking your health and wasting your money if you book a private vaccination.  I:II Carers  If you are an informal carer not receiving Carers Allowance, make sure your GP knows you are caring for someone who is clinically vulnerable.  Rachel – DHSC message is a cropped screenshot – let me know if you need the original  II: ‘The roadmap out of lockdown’ Step 1 (Part 1) of the…
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