Very sad news that Darren Cooper leader of Sandwell Council died over the weekend aged 52 . Darren was a registered mental health nurse who worked with many of us All Sainters at All Saints Hospital in Birmingham .Darren was held in high regard for his friendship sense of humour and commitment to both nursing and union work and the Baggies - deepest condolences to his family colleagues and public servants who like Darren do a great job in difficult circumstances - RIP
On Monday 21st March we are holding a Volunteer drop in session to prepare for our community celebrations! If you are a volunteer at the college please drop in from 10.30am onwards!!
On Tuesday 22nd March, we will be holding a small celebration of our rich and diverse communities at the Recovery College.
We will be holding a fundraising event, there will be crafts for sale, refreshments, and even an Easter bonnet competition for those who would like to take part!
The event will start at 1.00pm-2.30pm and everyone is very welcome to come along!
See you there!
With best wishes
Debbie and Mick
One of the most important principles of the college is to connect with our local communities -
If you are at"tin"ding a course this month we would be really grateful if you could bring a tin !
Food banks are on the increase and do a brilliant job for people in crisis
We have set up a link with West Bromwich food bank
Your support would be much appreciated .
Dear All we are running a number of courses throughout March 2016, please see our events calendar for full details.
if you would like to attend a course please contact the college to register your interest!