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Processions 2018: Representing 131 years of T&T Women’s Talents!

We had an amazing time at the #processions march on Sunday! Thanks to all the groups who creatively added to our banner, & to the trustees & friends who joined us on the march. It was a privilege to celebrate both 100 years since the first women’s vote and the visionary women who set up T&T back in 1887! Lovely to meet so many great women & other community groups along the way too! Volunteers included Truly Johnston and Wei Lei, our amazing trustees, as well as fabulous T&T staff Jemma and Rochelle, and good friend and collaborator Annabel from Sands Film Studios and Bron from Community Southwark.

A big shout out to Trevor, a dedicated member of the Green Team, who helped us transport the huge banner to the procession, and of course to the many many people at T&T who contributed to this banner: the Happy Mondays, Tiny Talents, Create Space, Crafty Beasts, Rainbow Arts & Crafts, Adults with Autism and many many more!

Our resolution for this year: more celebration of our progressive history, more celebration of our amazing feminist heritage, and more promoting the kind of progressive vision of the future that spurred us on at the start.

 

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COVID-19 UPDATE

**WE REGRET THAT BOTH T&T VENUES

CONTINUE TO BE SHUTTERED**

 

 

Following Government guidelines, we are unable to provide our usual face to face services and activities or to provide drop-in on to one support.  The safety and wellbeing of our employees, volunteers and service users remain our priority and we continue to reduce risk of transmission and ensure that unnecessary risks are not taken. This means that members of the public are not allowed to enter the Old Mortuary building or use the toilet.

We know that this is a hugely difficult time for our community, and we continue to do everything in our power to support our users and wider community.

 

Services include:

 

For any urgent issues contact the Southwark Council COVID-19 Community Hub in one of these ways:

  1. Complete an online referral form
  2. Email covidsupport@southwark.gov.uk
  3. Phone 0207 525 5000 and choose option 3

 

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You can contact us as usual on 020 7231 7845 and at info@timeandtalents.org.uk

With our very best wishes,

Sarah Gibb, Director, and the T&T team

29 June 2020