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.
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Amardeep Bhattal and his dedicated care staff are recognised for their excellent work at The National Care Award 2014. At a gala ceremony held at the London Hilton Metropole, and in front of 700 invited guests, the group were awarded the title of ‘Best Care Team’ in the country.
ICCA Management Group Chair, Mr. Dilip Desai, says “we are extremely proud of our staffing team here at The Indian Community Centre and are very pleased to hear this news. To have our staff recognised across the country for their continued hard work makes us feel privileged to have them working with our older and more vulnerable adults”.
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The ICCA’s 2012/13 Annual Report gives you an overview on the status of The ICCA over the financial year of 2012/13 and highlights the success and milestones of The ICCA in our fifth year in the building for the future.
A total of 17 nominations for prospective candidates willing to participate on The ICCA management board were received. After conducting interviews with these candidates, all 17 were accepted onto the board. An election will therefore not be necessary as all nominated candidates have been agreed. The new management board will take over its responsibilities from 9th June 2013 and will be in place for a period of four years.
The 17 Elected Board Members are:
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The ICCA’s 2010/2011 Annual Report Summary gives you an overview on the status of The ICCA over the financial year of 2010/2011 and highlights the success and achievements of The ICCA in our third year as a social enterprise.
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