WaCoCo promotes the social and economic wellbeing of the people Waterloo by supporting the sustainability and effectiveness of local community and voluntary organisations through drawing in funding, encouraging local partnerships and networks, and increasing their voice on local issues.
BOST has put together a Great Get Together Bankside Street Party for a Sunday afternoon in June. The event sprawls over a number of open spaces run by this charity across the Southbank hinterland, including Red Cross Garden and the Cross Bones Graveyard. It is free to attend, and festivities begin at 12 noon and end at 9pm.
Waterloo's Futures Theatre's much-lauded production of 'Off Side', a play addressing women's issues through the generations via the medium of football, is embarking on a second UK tour. It will run from 8 May - 30 June. Anyone who missed it on the 2017 tour - or who wants to see it again - might be interested it is being performed at the Churchill Theatre in Bromley for two nights in June (Sat 9 and Sun 10). Not a difficult venue to reach from, say, Waterloo.
Tickets go on sale in March. See www.futurestheatre.co.uk
Blackfriars Settlement provides space and other support for a graphic design agency which acts as a trainer and employer to designers who have experienced mental health problems.
The agency, Art2Print, has a team is made up of a professional graphic designer overseeing designers recruited from its mental health and well-being service. The work experience it offers acts as a pathway to recovery and allows the team to use and improve their skills.
You can see examples of their work on the Art2Print website. To find out more about Art2Print call Bill Stewart or Michael Obaowo on 020 7928 9521 or e-mail email@example.com
Johanna Primary is collecting Tesco and Sainsbury's school promotional vouchers to buy new playground and classroom resources for our pupils. Please drop any unwanted ones into the school, or call Lucia on 0207 928 5814 and she will arrange collection