The Heart of Kemsley is a Diversity House project that intends to bring together people from Kemsley area and encourage them to participate in 2 hours walking a week.
A Project Administrator is required to support the project coordinator in delivering the project and will work within the Kemsley community to organise and run walking sessions twice a week. This is both a field and office based position. The Project Administrator will report back to the Project Coordinator and will keep records of the project, document the findings and create the appropriate literature to distribute.
A Project Coordinator is required to support the manager in delivering the project and will work within the Kemsley community to organise and run walking sessions twice a week. This is both a field and office based position. The Project Coordinator will report back to the Project Manager and will log the number of people participating, the number reached through literature and the overall progress of the project.
This project is funded by the Health Lottery through the People’s Health Trust.
For further information contact: Jessica Finn, Heritage Project Officer, Diversity House, Phoenix House, Central Avenue, Sittingbourne, Kent ME10 4BX, Tel/fax: 01795 420455,
Or: e mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date for applications: Friday 16th October 2015 at 5.00 pm.
Interview Date: Friday 23rd October 2015
DIVERSITY HOUSE team is planning to organise sports activity classes for all women in the Swale area. This initiative is part of our Swale Women Empowering Women project. The objective behind this activity is to encourage women to adopt active lifestyle and teach them new life skills. It could further help them to be healthy and gain confidence in whatever they do. Lot of times, we have seen that due to various reasons, like money issue, women are not able to afford these classes despite their interest. Hence, we decided to take a step towards it and facilitate various sports classes, like, swimming, badminton, aerobics, Zumba, etc. to these women.
Activity classes will take place at Swallows Leisure centre and will be conducted under the guidance of well trained instructors. Please note that all these classes will be FREE OF COST FOR ALL.
We would request you to contact us and register your name and let us know your preferred sports activity, so that we can make the arrangements accordingly. Once, we have collected all your views, will call for a meeting and can discuss further regarding suitable timing and other concerned factors. We would appreciate your participation. Thanks
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Diversity House Annual General Meeting will be held at the Artisan Room, Swale CVS, Central House, Central Avenue, Sittingbourne on Thursday 20th August, 2015 at 6:00pm.
Diversity House, with support from the Heritage Lottery Fund, has developed this intergenerational project in order to create greater social cohesion in Swale and give people a platform to pioneer interculturality and an appreciation for the cultures in the UK.
Using the Benin Masks, on display at the British Museum, as an iconic emblem, our participatory researched project will encourage learning, documenting and celebrating the rich and diverse cultures of the Nigerian people and their relationship with the British (both pre – and post – colonial).
People from all ages and backgrounds will have opportunities to share and expand their understanding of cultural identity and heritage. We will look at the cultural history and heritage of the Benin, as a focal point to explore this civilisation from the height of its glory in the 16th century to the present day. We will be focusing on African ethnographical collections, particularly those of Benin, collected in nineteenth and early twentieth centuries and held within the British Museum and the Powell-Cotton Museum in Birchington, Kent.
Events and activities include; Guided tours and Educational Workshops at the British Museum, workshops and tours at the Powell-Cotton Museum, developing online learning resources and worksheets, training in advanced research skills, interactive workshops and seminars on themes such as monarchy and governance, celebration of Nigerian culture, Historical guided walks around swale, exploring histories, arts, crafts, clothes and other objects available from Africa and Nigeria.