Advice & Support Service
Wednesday 10am –12.30pm
Thursday 2pm – 4.30pm
Strictly appointments only at all other times.
Tel: 020 8365 1125/ 020 88083937/ 020 88080454 Outreach 020 8885 3687. Fax 020 88086415 1st Floor, Haringey Irish Centre.
Social Inclusion Film Club
1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month at 1:30pm. The Film Club is open to anyone who feels isolated or needing an outlet where they can socialise in a warm and welcoming environment. There is no cost to attend, no obligation to book in ahead you literally just turn up on your own or with some friends around 1:30pm on the day. Patricia and Christina, our fantastic volunteers, will be in attendance baking and serving lovely home baked scones and brown bread along with tea & coffee free of charge. We also hold a free raffle afterwards. This month is Doris Day month.
Tuesday November 6th – Lucky Me Three struggling theatrical performers meet a famous songwriter who is trying to convince a wealthy oilman to finance a musical he is scripting, promising them stardom if it comes to fruition.
Tuesday November 20th – Tea for Two Tea for Two is a 1950 American musical film directed by David Butler. The screenplay by Harry Clork and William Jacobs was inspired by the 1925 stage musical No, No, Nanette, although the plot was changed considerably from the original book by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel; and the score by Harbach, Irving Caesar, and Vincent Youmans was augmented with tunes by other composers.
Is there anyone who can spare an hour or two, on a voluntary basis Wednesday afternoons to sort & bag up food from the local Sainsbury’s & Morrisons at the Advice & Support Service at the Haringey Irish Centre? This food is distributed to the more vulnerable members of the community free of charge to help make ends meet. Also is there anyone with a car/van who can collect food two days a week from Sainsbury’s and deliver it to the Advice & Support Service for the weekly food distribution? If there is, thank you very much & can you please contact Teresa on 020 8365 1125 to discuss further. More recently John attended the Irish Embassy for a gathering of community groups funded by the Emigrant Support Programme of the Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade. In attendance were Ciaran Cannon the Minister for Diaspora & International Development, Adrian O’Neill the Ambassador of Ireland to the UK and his wife Aisling. There was an opportunity to listen to the Minster & the Ambassador speak which was a very inclusive and informative event.