The exhibitions cover one or several modules covering the 9 strands of equality as defined by The Equality Act 2010.
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In addition to this we now have exciting content provided by Mala Vadgama Photography, a range of photos that aim to bring the issue of mental health in the BAME community to the forefront. We also have content by Alexander Paul Foundation, a registered charity who support young people socially and academically engaging with organisations to enable access to mental health professionals where needed. Coming later in 2020 is content in conjunction with The Great British Community which will challenge your knowledge of the backgrounds relating to some of the UK’s most cherished idols.
** Please note: All exhibitions are bookable out side of the hours stated below. If you wish to attend out of hours then please contact us on: 01908 667750 and we will try our best to accommodate your request.
As of the 24th March 2020, all exhibitions are currently postponed until further notice in line with the Governments advice on social distancing. Further announcements will follow in due course. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Lincoln House, 137-143 Hamersmith Road, London, W14 0QL
9th March – 20th March 2020, Monday – Friday 12-5pm
*** It is strongly advised that you arrive at least 45 minutes before the end of the exhibition to allow sufficient time to view the exhibition in its entirety**
St James House, 190-194 Wellington Road, Stockport, Cheshire, SK4 2QN
23rd March – 3rd April 2020, Monday – Friday 11am – 4pm
Nightingale House, 65 Curzon Street, London, W1J 8PE
30th March – 9th April, Monday – Saturday 1pm – 6pm
** Due to the ongoing public health concerns all future exhibitions have been suspended **
Further dates for 2020 will be announced later in the year.
For more information on the Exhibition please contact: The Charity Team on 01908 667750 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to loss of some of our funding we were no longer able to afford to remain in our current office space. This meant staff were losing their office and meeting space, with no alternative place to work.Shelley Black