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COMPETITION TIME ...
St Martins updates..
The next BUILDING BETTER HABITS: WELLBEING TOOLKIT COURSE is starting on the 10th July and runs for two weeks. Working in a small group, participants look at developing ways to manage negative thoughts and emotions.
COME ON MEMBERS!!! WE NEED YOU!! This is your chance to have your say. We meet Tuesdays at 1pm for one hour. Come and Join us, have a coffee have a chat. We have loads of exciting plans in the pipeline and we need your input. NOW!!!!
Our exercise classes continue throughout the summer, so come and try either BOXERCISE on a Tuesday, QIGONG on a Wednesday or YOGA on a Friday
FREE HAIR CUTS next session on the 23rd July. Appointments go fast so make sure you book in, and keep an eye on what's coming up at Under 1 Roof for future dates.
COFFEE HOUR Come in, have a chat and have a coffee. We are here to help you. Mondays 11 til 12pm and Thursday 10 till 11am.
MINDFULNESS runs on Tuesday mornings at 10.30. Why not treat your self to one hour this week where you can practice quiet meditation as a break from all those other thoughts?
More accolades go out this month to those who have completed sessions and courses @U1R. Congrats to all those achieving certificates like David, Jay and Peter pictured above.
You will see further on in the newsletter it's competition time!
The idea is simple; take photos on the night and the best photo will receive a prize :)))) First prize will be a goody bag of our merchandise with runners up prizes too. Simply snap away at the gig and submit entries to firstname.lastname@example.org - winners will be announced in the next newsletter.
"I really enjoyed the cd and it was great to be part of the whole recording process with the Undies. Sue Tebble really is a genius keeping us Undies in line it was a fantastic experience" David Hill
Its not long now until our CD launch at the Arts centre. We will be selling the CDs and listening to a host of the bands who contributed to our CD. The night starts with our very own band The Undies. Bands will be performing in the bar and the main auditorium.
Tickets are available £5 from Under One Roof or £6 from The Arts Centre £8 on the door. All proceeds to St Martins Housing.
CD LAUNCH NIGHT- 5TH JULY
UNDER ONE RIFF
Our CD will also be available for sale from the 5th July at Under One Roof, and on BandCamp.com for £6.00
If you come to the gig you can buy the CD for £5.00.
Our Members said:
"a real eclectic mix of music and genres" CS
It's the mad time of year again when our city streets are paved with art. Following in the footsteps of the dragons, gorillas and elephants, this year we have Hares.
The GoGo hares began on the 24th June and run until the 8th September. There are 50 hares in the city and 18 around the county too.
A big thank you to Belona who has been running the Press Ahead journalism course at Under-1-Roof for the last two months. Everyone who participated has learnt so much and this newsletter is a direct consequence of all her efforts. If you want to try your hand at writing an article for the newsletter or you have an opinion you want heard then please come and join the editorial team between 11am and 12am every thursday. We need your contributions and enthusiasm.
It's a lovely way to spend a day walking round the trail seeing as many hares as you can. Each hare has a letter on the plinth, making up a phrase. Complete the competition form on the trail map for a chance to win flights to Europe for 4 people.
The Hares celebrate 50 years of Break Charity, and are painted by various different local artists.
You can download the trail on the website www.gogohares.co.uk
Art Work of
By Stephen Lorenc
Wroxham is a lovely little village in the heart of the Norfolk broads. From here you can hire boats reasonably and get to Salhouse broad in an hour. There are also guided river trips showing the wide range of wildlife that lives in Norfolk.
So don't be bored this summer, get yourself out and get some nature, its great for your health and also great fun. If you are on DLA you are entitled to a free bus pass so check the online at https://www.gov.uk/apply-for-disabled-bus-pass
We are lucky in Norwich to live so close to so many beautiful beaches, and we are also right in the middle of the Norfolk Broads. So this summer why don't you hop on a bus and get to see some of our lovely countryside.
Great Yarmouth is a classic seaside town, with fair rides, circus amusements and seaside shops.
Just a little further along the coast and you will find a beautiful quite beach and good surf
Waxham and Sea Palling
Next along you will find seals and Sea Palling has a lovely beach and a couple of small cafes and ice creams.
Cromer famous for its crabs and lifeboat museum. A classic Victorian sea side town with a pier.
Visit here and you can get on an old steam train. The beach is pebbly like Cromer but still worth a visit.
THEY SHALL NOT GROW OLD AS WE THAT OUR LEFT GROW OLD
AGE SHALL NOT WEARY THEM NOR THE YEARS CONDEMN
AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN AND IN THE MORNING WE WILL REMEMBER THEM
SEE NORFOLK THIS SUMMER