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Who's joining us tonight as we discuss Dyslexia & The Police?
Pre-read is available here - 🔗http://wecops.org/tweet-chats/chat-details/119
This week's host is @carmenwhittle
As always, everyone is welcome and every voice matters. So come along tonight at 9PM - & don't forget the hashtag, #WeCops!
We mentioned earlier this week that we would share organisations that are helping families during half term week. Below refers to @sikhsinleeds for communities seeing hardship in Leeds.
@WYPositiveActn @WYP_LeedsCity @WYP_LeedsNE @WYP_LeedsNE @WYP_LeedsNE #sikh https://twitter.com/sikhsinleeds/status/1321187816387346432
*URGENT Please share with schools and families across Leeds*
Any school child who needs a meal, call Da Baga 01132 744 492
And for those families that need some home essentials call Sikh Sports 07720 640 459
Please share in your own network.
So proud of chaplaincy team for all they do and continue to do for @DC_Police during COVID and support we receive too @DCC_DC_Police @DCPolVolunteers @CCShaunSawyer @DC_PCC @DC_CPA @polchaplainsuk @HSofCornwall
SYP network members have been working closely to support each other during these difficult times. group sessions at the gym. Aimed at giving people the skills to train and keep both physically and mentally fit in order to maintain well being. Social distancing was adhered to. :)
This week #WeCops invites you to discuss Dyslexia & The Police.
Hosted by @carmenwhittle - read her journey in the pre-read.
Join us this Wednesday at 9PM!