BAMER community event

Posted July 15, 2019

This page will keep you informed about our Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) activities and the press coverage that we’ve obtained from these events.


11th July 2019 – Newbury Weekly News – Communities Talking Together

Newbury Weekly News West Berks World Food Day Scan

22nd June 2019 – Day of our BAMER community event at the Riverside Community Centre.

We held our BAMER community event called “Staying Well for You and Your Family” on June 22nd which took place at the Riverside Community Centre. The event focused on Family and Health and sought to learn what matters most for the Black Assian Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) community.

We had several speakers attending the event to talk about a range of topics and several attendees that engaged in the activities. Images can be found below which you can click to enlarge and view in more detail.

Staying Well for you and your family Cancer Staying Well for you and your family Speakers
bamer event Staying Well for you and your family starting
Staying Well for you and your family food

We also had several people engage with us on the day of this event through Twitter. Which you can see via the images below.

Staying Well for you and your family tweet
Staying Well for you and your family tweet

13th June 2019 – Newbury Weekly News – Health and Wellbeing event for ethnic communities

Staying Well for you and your family advert

29th May 2019 – Staying Well for You and Your Family Advert and Registration

Staying Well for you and your family tweet poster

22nd November 2018 – Newbury Weekly News – “Food Day Celebrates Diversity”

Food Day Celebrates Diversity


21st November 2018 – Penny Posts Video on West Berkshire World Food Day 2018



18th November 2018 – World Food Day Pictures



 

October 29th 2018 – West Berkshire World Food Day Poster

West Berkshire World Food Day Poster

2018 – West Berkshire Community Engagement Planning for World Food Day Pictures

 

World Food Day engagement
West Berkshire World Food Day