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Quayside Tower

A 2nd Floor hub by OLDP 
for Women led social enterprises working in the built environment


What's Happening
Talk's, film's, workshp's, event's and club's


https://genrevfilm.com
Free To Watch – Pay What You Can
Generation Revolution is a feature-length documentary film that brings to screen the powerful story of London’s new generation of black and brown activists who are set on changing the social and political landscape in the capital and beyond.

This is the second in the series of Mental Health workshops to be delivered by Sandra Griffiths and Beverley Stephens, Directors of Catalyst 4 Change CIC www.catalyst4change.org.uk and Time to Change Champions www.time-to-change.org.uk.
The sessions are for Perry Beeches Baptist Church (PBBC) congregation,friends, family and supporters.
If you would like to join the session please register your interest with Pastor Tracy Sweet 07540739107
Mental Health Stigma and Discrimination 
Wednesday 9th September
Zoom 7pm-9pm ( with tea breaks)

This is an open invitation to our 20+ registered committee members and community groups who are interested in our work.

This year the AGM will be on Zoom to comply with Covid-19 restrictions.

Our strap line "opportunities for liberating and developing your potential" applies equally to our cycling club.

We have an induction process that will help you to choose the right level of ride for your first sessions with the club and there are rides for a range of abilities from Easy to Advanced.

We are developing our indoor and outdoor cycling offers for club members ( Covid-19 guidance applies).

To find out more contact Chantelle : 0750 161 2861 

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Meeting Room's

Meeting room's from 10 up to 35 delegates in various layouts .....Hire

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Women well being room

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Sample Menu's

 Vegan Vybes menu's

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OLDP are members of Women Techmakers

Website by Octavius
learning and development partnership
Logo by Jar Consultancy
Photos by Keisha Sadler