Sat 29 June 2013 – Amnesty International, Colwyn Bay Group and Zimbabwe Association
From 12.30 – 4.30 pm – Come to St John’s Church, Mostyn Street, Llandudno to hear some uplifting music from the Zimbabwe Association choir and take the opportunity to cast your vote for elections free from violence in Zimbabwe this year.
Further details Maggie 01492 514870 or http://www2.amnesty.org.uk/groups/colwyn-bay
http://zasleics.wordpress.com/- for full details
Photos from the NHS Information Day on 28 July 2012 are now also accessible at https://plus.google.com/photos/107371740125822756786/albums/5770974784687302657.
What’s been going on? – click on youtube links to see
ZAS Leicester Drop In opens on Fridays every fortnight
World Aids Day and the Achievement of 2011: 16 December
Click on link: ZAS 161211
Friday 15 July 2011 – Local Councillor, Sundip Meghani, visits Drop In
Leicester Drop In Choir – recent performance at a wedding to much delight!
Lord Mayor event – WORLD AIDS DAY
Starts at 2pm at the Methodist Church, Bishop Street, Town Hall Square. Many different organisations will be attending this event. Please do come along.
Leicester Drop In Christmas Party!!
Everyone is warmly invited to join the Drop In on Friday 3rd for our Christmas Party, 2 – 5 pm at the Methodist Church, Bishop Street, Town Hall.
Thank you from Philip Barclay author of
‘Zimbabwe: Years of Hope and Despair’
Thursday 14th October -
A hugely successful and interesting afternoon with Philip Barclay reading from his book ‘Zimbabwe Years of Hope and Despair’
The following is from Philip
Thanks to all those in Leicester for their hard work in preparing for and running this great event!
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Philip Barclay worked as a political officer at the British Embassy
in Harare from 2006-09 and his recent book was published on 7 June
2010 by Bloomsbury Publishing.
The Leicester Drop In opened in April 2010 and is proving to be a vibrant and busy drop in with a regularly large attendance.