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International Remembrance Day Event - Nottingham, 21 & 24 July

On this International Remembrance Day, the International Network of People who Use Drugs, underlines the pointless deaths caused by the war on drugs and underlines the immense damage that it does to our communities and families. On this day we mourn and remember our lost friends, and recommit ourselves to ensuring that fundamental change comes.



Nottinghamshire Recovery Provider New Directions invites you to:

Join us at the Newark hub on 21 July 2016 where we will be holding a 2 minutes silence followed by a service user reading of the poem ‘Do not stand at my grave and weep’ (Mary Elizabeth Frye 1932). It is a very beautiful and uplifting poem.
Paper dove templates will be available to anyone wishing to write a message and then hang the dove on the trees in reception. Light refreshments will be served afterwards.
Find the Newark hub at:
Rufford House
Sherwood Avenue
NG24 1QF
Celebration of recovery: 24 July

On Sunday 24 July 2016, New Directions is holding a party in the park, with games and a picnic as a celebration of recovery. Guests will bring their own picnics and meet in the Castle Grounds at 12pm where there will be rounders, an egg and spoon race, a three legged race, hula hoop competitions and bowls. The party is open to anyone with a passion for recovery and we hope it will be a family event. Ice creams and light refreshments will be provided.
Join us

If you would like to come along to either of these events, please let us know by dropping into any of the New Directions hubs listed below, calling us on 0115 896 0798 or emailing Susan.Edwards@cgl.org.uk.
Newark
Mansfield
Ashfield
Worksop
County South