We hope this message finds you well and you're enjoying the London 2012 Olympics. We've kicked off the summer holidays with our Bingo Night last week where some fab prizes were won by youths and we will be getting involved in the Olympic spirit with our Olympic themed Barbeque tomorrow. So please do swing by our way for what promises to be a fun day with mingling, music and lots of food. Everyone will be wearing the colours of the national team that they support. Other details are as follows:
BBQ 4pm - 9pm
Wednesday 8th August 2012
@ 108c Warner Road
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Give & Take care!
FREE TICKETS FOR 'SPIRIT OF AFRIKA' OPENING NIGHT THIS FRIDAY IN CENTRAL LONDON
WoRd4u Youth Initiative are giving away FREE TICKETS to friends and family to see the new musical 'Spirit Of Afrika' showing for a limited period. This Friday the show opens at Central London's Logan Hall at 7:30pm.
Spirit of Afrika musical is an exciting, enthraling story of personal and community crisis that takes us on a journey through African culture and rituals. Be prepared for an evening of MUSIC, DANCE, ACROBATICS AND MORE.
Please contact email@example.com TODAY to reserve FREE TICKETS (Limited Free tickets available on a first come first served basis).
More info about the production is available at www.SpiritOfAfrika.co.uk.
DEAR FAM & FRIENDS,
THE ENTIRE TEAM AND MEMBERS WOULD LIKE TO WISH YOU A
VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY PROSPEROUS 2012!!!
WE'RE LOOKING FORWARD TO WHAT THE NEW YEAR HAS IN STORE. WE'LL BE BACK WITH
"WoW!" (WoRd! on Wednesdays) on 11th January 2012.
WE'LL ALSO KEEP YOU INFORMED ABOUT NEW PROGRAMMES STARTING IN THE NEW YEAR.
WoRd4U YOUTH INITIATIVE
07957 639 585
108c Warner Road
Hi WoRd4u family and friends,
Hope you are very well and enjoying the heatwave!!! At WoRd4u we've been really busy as usual organising activities, events and working on our community engagement. It's been a while since our last newsletter so I guess we have a lot of catching up to do!!! the summer holidays seem to have come and gone in a flash. We've definately had better in light of the riots and the weather that caused some disruptions to a few of our planned programmes. Leaving that aside, we still made the most of it and kept our doors open all through. We mainly focused on various drama workshops throughout the summer to perfect our acting skills and helped youths develop their leadership and teamworking skills with their very own drama production. Let's not forget that it was also a time where youths waited anxiously for their exam results. A big shout out goes to every youth that worked extremely hard preparing for their exams. Many of our youths have come out with some exceptional A Level and GCSE exam results. We're extremely proud of you all, especially those who have moved on to university and college this year.
In this newsletter we will be sharing more of the exciting things we've been up to. We've also got a lot to celebrate as October marks WoRd4u's 6th Birthday!!! As part of our celebrations we'll be holding a GAMES NIGHT on Wednesday 5th October at our HQ. Details of our BIRTHDAY PARTY will be shared very soon!!! October is also Black History Month so we'll be celebrating all that is great within black cultures and their contributions to our society.
We hope you will be able to join us at our forthcoming events, workshops or just hang out with us at any of our weekly meetings - "WoRd! on Wednesdays" (WoW!).
In the meantime, we hope you enjoy the read!
Samuel 'passion' Abiola
Apologies to anyone who did not receive this newsletter sent previously on 3rd May. Here it is again.
By the way, congratulations to Emmanuel Akintan our Blackberry Bold competition winner. The runner ups were Bunmi Coker, Adebisi Akindayini, Prisilla Fakoya and Michael Osun. They'll receive £10 mobile top-ups each. Well done to all participants! Thanks to you we now have over 1500 youths aged 11-25 on our mailing list and still growing everyday!
Hi WoRd4u family and friends,
Hope you've had a great spring break with Easter, the Royal Wedding and May bank holidays. The weather has been quite good too! At WoRd4u as usual we’ve been extremely busy bringing more activities, events and community engagement to our youths. We’ve had some really productive empowerment sessions at ‘WoRd! On Wednesdays’, dealing with issues facing youths. Also, we’ve been increasing the fun with Sam’s very own blindfold games (Caution: only to be played under strict trained supervision and maybe crash helmets next time...lol!).
We had fun designing pancakes on 9th March – Well done Toyin Ogunleye (17) with her winning design and well done to Toju Brown (17), Toyin Ogunleye (17), Zainab Kazeem (18) and Bisi Akindayini (17) for winning the last ‘Games Night’ and enjoying an all expenses paid trip to ‘Afters’ - the ice-cream and desert parlour.
In this quarterly newsletter we’ll be sharing more of the things we’ve been up to and give you the heads up on some other stuff we have planned!