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Ryan Finnegan
 Change the Eating Disorder Story where you live

Stand against the rising tide of the eating disorder epidemic in the UK by offering tools for recovery, through teaching, discussion, real-life stories and tools for life. The tastelife community course is proving to be a welcome, targeted resource which encourages a self-help approach that really works.

You can be part of their mission to offer hope and help in 50 towns across the UK by 2020 and help to change the response to eating disorders in this country for ever. Be inspired and equipped to run the tastelife course, train with them and join the tastelife team.

For more information or to book please email Debbie using the link below.

  Website:  www.tastelifeuk.org
  Email:      debbie.niblett@tastelifeuk.org

Ryan Finnegan

 Bardsley's Big Sofa Surf

Bardsley Youth Project works with homeless young people age 16-25 in Coventry. They help the young person to get somewhere to live, equip it and keep it. They are running a social media campaign starting 12 July to highlight the issue of 'sofa surfing'. Around 90% of the young people they first meet are 'sofa surfing' - sleeping on sofas with friends or relatives.

Their idea is to get a blow up sofa into as many places in Coventry as they can. They have thought of nearly 60 so far from landmarks to wacky places where you wouldn't expect a sofa to be. For more information please follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

  Website:  www.bardsleyyouth.org

Anna Laycock
 Riding Lights Autumn Tour 2019

Riding Lights are now booking for their Autumn 2019 tour, Kaleidoscope, featuring their brand new show, Breaking Ground.

Riding Lights work closely with each church or organisation to plan a variety of events in their community - whether you're just after a one night performance in your church or longer residencies working in the wider community. They offer workshops for schools and youth groups, a prison programme and can adapt to places you'd like to see injected with colourful and sharp performances and workshops.

To find out more or book, contact Louise on louise@rltc.org, or phone the office on 01904 655317.

  Website:  ridinglights.org/kaleidoscope/

Anna Laycock
 Tearfund's Big Quiz Night

Tearfund is offering churches a ready-made quiz to use with their congregations this November, making it easy to host a stellar night of puzzlement and inspiration.

Questions for The Big Quiz Night have already been set and filmed by well-known Tearfund supporters including actor David Gyasi, baker Martha Collison and author and speaker Rob Parsons. Churches will receive a USB stick with the quiz film, and a raft of digital and promotional resources, as well as a comprehensive 'how to' guide and the questions and answers.

To register your interest for The Big Quiz Night 2019 click on the link below.

  Website:  www.tearfund.org/quiz

Anna Laycock
 St Clare's at the Cathedral online shop

St Clare’s at the Cathedral have launched an online shop, selling a range of church supplies and cards, only available from St Clare’s. St Clare’s is a pioneer church based at Coventry Cathedral. If you would like to help support this ministry please have a look at what we do and think of us when you are in need of baptism, godparent and confirmation certificates, or cards for special occasions. And if you’re in Coventry, why not pop in and see all the other lovely things we sell. We’re open Tuesday to Saturday, from 10.30 am to 3 pm.

  Website:  www.stclaresatthecathedral.org/on-line-shop/