The Gujarat Samaj Nottingham has organised its annual Coach Trip 2017
On Sunday 2nd July 2017 to Drayton Manor Theme Park and Zoo.
Leaving from and returning to Nuthall (Old Moor Lodge pub, Mornington Cres) and Bramcote Lane Shops (opp Sainsbury’s Local). Price: Four years and over £30, Two to three years old £18, Under two years old £10.
All above include discounted park tickets (which are usually £25 per adult when booked online in advance and £39 on the door) AND also a include coach seat. This is a family friendly trip and all ages are welcomed.
People have the opportunity to visit: Thomas Land (rides for the little ones and young at heart), roller-coasters for thrill seekers, 15 acre and 100 animal zoo, shows and in/out door play areas, acres of parkland and picnic spots. Feel free to bring along picnics and prams (there are chargeable lockers for storage).
Please note, all under 16 year olds will be required to be accompanied by a parent or suitable adult guardian (over 18 yrs) in a ratio of 1 adult to every two children.
Bookings are secured with payment. (Refunds will be given if the trip is cancelled).
Please contact Kashmeera Gorecha on 07740 684 913 for further details and tickets.
Work with Young People and Become a Volunteer Gujarati Teacher
The Gujarat Samaj Nottingham’s Gujarati School runs on Saturdays from 10am to 1pm on each Saturday during term time, and is taught by volunteer teachers.
We are currently looking for a Gujarati Teacher who can teach students (groups of six to eight in number approximately) to a contemporary GCSE Standard (JCQ and OCR), including reading, writing and speaking. The exams are currently scheduled for Summer 2018. The students have been at the preparatory classes for approximately 4 years, and will now be engaged in classes to prepare and pass their GCSE in Gujarati.
For more details please contact:
Anil Parmar – Education Secretary – 07752 597516
Seeta Parmar – Governor – 07718 957081
Sangeeta Mistry – Governor – 07975 932993
Nottinghamshire’s PCC Paddy Tipping said: “Hate crime cannot and will not be tolerated. The police take it extremely seriously and it is a priority of mine. I want to see more people having the confidence to report hate crime, as that way we can demonstrate how unacceptable it is and take action to deal with those who commit it.
“I understand people’s concerns in the current environment, but I would encourage anyone who believes they have been a victim of hate crime, to come forward and tell the police using 101 number.”
£16,161.16 raised for MacMillan Cancer Relief
Ladies of the ‘MBC’ group along with The Atrium worked selflessly last year. The MBC masquerade ball was in aid of MacMillan Cancer Relief which raised over £16K. In October 2015 a cheque was presented to Rachel Herrick, Area Fundraising Manager, Macmillan UK.
The MBC organisers would like to thank all the attendees and the sponsors for their generosity and support and are now in the process of planning future charitable events.
If you would like to publicise your community event on this page or if you are willing to offer our members a discount we would like to hear from you. For more information please contact us.