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Operating as usual

05/06/2021

Update on Goodmayes Library - Unfortunately, the lack of electricity at Goodmayes library is due to an external power outage and is out of of our control. We are in communication with the Power Company but until further notice, we are very sorry that services will be really limited until this issue can be resolved by them.

We are very sorry to all our customers who are affected. In the meantime your nearest open library is Redbridge Central.

We will provide another update once we know when the issue has been sorted out.

Thank you for your paitience.

05/06/2021

Unfortunately There is no electricity at Goodmayes library is this morning so we're afraid there are no PC's and only manual issues and returns at the moment.

An engineer is on the way and we hope to resolve the matter as quickly as possible.

We are really sorry for any inconvenience caused.

Our next online book event with Liz Rothchild is open for booking. This will be a smaller, more intimate event than our ...
04/06/2021

Our next online book event with Liz Rothchild is open for booking. This will be a smaller, more intimate event than our previous ones so don't leave it too late to book!

We live in a society where people struggle to look death in the eye. Death has become the territory of professionals and we rarely see a dead body unless it is someone very close to us. Death has become hidden, so more traumatic. This book shows that if we start talking openly about death, it can change the way we live. In it, people from all walks of life share their own experiences and what they have learned from accompanying others. Heart-breaking, angry, questioning, and contradictory – even laugh-out-loud funny – the stories illuminate, inspire, reassure, and inform. They are accompanied by advice and comment from professionals working in end-of-life planning, health, bereavement, and funeral care.

https://bit.ly/3ihGtuA

Our next online book event with Liz Rothchild is open for booking. This will be a smaller, more intimate event than our previous ones so don't leave it too late to book!

We live in a society where people struggle to look death in the eye. Death has become the territory of professionals and we rarely see a dead body unless it is someone very close to us. Death has become hidden, so more traumatic. This book shows that if we start talking openly about death, it can change the way we live. In it, people from all walks of life share their own experiences and what they have learned from accompanying others. Heart-breaking, angry, questioning, and contradictory – even laugh-out-loud funny – the stories illuminate, inspire, reassure, and inform. They are accompanied by advice and comment from professionals working in end-of-life planning, health, bereavement, and funeral care.

https://bit.ly/3ihGtuA

Good new Redbridge Libraries users! Gants Hill Library will re-open on Tuesday 1 June. Reduced book browsing, PC use and...
31/05/2021
COVID-19 Guidance for Libraries • Vision RCL

Good new Redbridge Libraries users! Gants Hill Library will re-open on Tuesday 1 June. Reduced book browsing, PC use and limited study spaces will be available at the library.

Gants Hill opening hours will be Monday-Friday 10am-5pm and Saturday 10am-4pm.

Before visiting, or for more information please read our guidance for libraries on our website: https://visionrcl.org.uk/libraries-learning/covid-19-guidance-for-libraries/

As the threat of Covid-19 remains within our community, we will be reintroducing services in line with the latest government guidelines to keep our customers and staff safe. From Tuesday 1 June, Gants Hill Library will re-open with opening hours Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm. At present, five of our libr...

#LabCentralNewsflash Discover the power of the Python programming language and create random art generated by a robot - ...
26/05/2021

#LabCentralNewsflash Discover the power of the Python programming language and create random art generated by a robot - totally amazing! For 10-12 yrs on Thu 3 Jun from 2 pm to 4pm. Free, book now: http://vrcl.uk/ArtRobotJun2021

#LabCentralNewsflash Discover the power of the Python programming language and create random art generated by a robot - totally amazing! For 10-12 yrs on Thu 3 Jun from 2 pm to 4pm. Free, book now: http://vrcl.uk/ArtRobotJun2021

Final chance to secure your free tickets for tomorrow's Storytime with Mama G. Perfect for kids aged 0-8 and their famil...
22/05/2021
Story Time with Mama G

Final chance to secure your free tickets for tomorrow's Storytime with Mama G. Perfect for kids aged 0-8 and their families. 🎫🥳📚

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/153960061689

Mama G Hub Central Redbridge Council Vision Redbridge Culture & Leisure

Join us for a story & rhyme time like no other with Mama G, Redbridge's favourite panto dame!

For our #BookOfTheWeek, we’re celebrating the work of Arthur Conan Doyle. He’s a #Scottish #writer best known for his cr...
22/05/2021

For our #BookOfTheWeek, we’re celebrating the work of Arthur Conan Doyle. He’s a #Scottish #writer best known for his creation of the detective #SherlockHolmes—one of the most vivid and enduring characters in English fiction. #ArthurConanDoyle was #BOTD (May 22) 1859.

A prolific author, Arthur Conan Doyle composed four of his most popular Sherlock Holmes books during the 1890s and early 1900s: The Sign of Four (1890), The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1892), The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes (1894) and The Hound of the Baskervilles (1901).

If you’d like to read these or any of his books, check our catalogue: https://vrcl.uk/3gFTQRu.

#LibrariesFromHome #LoveLibraries #Redbridge #LoveToRead #booklove #BookBuzz

For our #BookOfTheWeek, we’re celebrating the work of Arthur Conan Doyle. He’s a #Scottish #writer best known for his creation of the detective #SherlockHolmes—one of the most vivid and enduring characters in English fiction. #ArthurConanDoyle was #BOTD (May 22) 1859.

A prolific author, Arthur Conan Doyle composed four of his most popular Sherlock Holmes books during the 1890s and early 1900s: The Sign of Four (1890), The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1892), The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes (1894) and The Hound of the Baskervilles (1901).

If you’d like to read these or any of his books, check our catalogue: https://vrcl.uk/3gFTQRu.

#LibrariesFromHome #LoveLibraries #Redbridge #LoveToRead #booklove #BookBuzz

For some of us it's been over a year since we've experienced live music. This Sunday, make up for lost time with Redbrid...
21/05/2021

For some of us it's been over a year since we've experienced live music. This Sunday, make up for lost time with Redbridge Music Lounge and Green Fair Music Club Valentines Mansion & Gardens - The Official Site 🎼

Like to support the students in their first live performance? You can book your tickets here: www.vrcl.uk/bodycreative
21/05/2021

Like to support the students in their first live performance? You can book your tickets here: www.vrcl.uk/bodycreative

Please come and support our incredibly talented Redbridge Drama and Dance Course students in their first LIVE performance of 2021! They’ve worked tirelessly throughout lockdown and have come back to in-person classes with an amazing energy and passion- we’re so proud of how far they have come.
Book your tickets now to what promises to be an amazing show! 🎫

#dance #diploma #students #ballet #jazz #tap #contemporary

Do you love books? Then why not join us online next week on 27th May for our first Book Room of Loss. This will be a saf...
21/05/2021
Book Room of Loss

Do you love books? Then why not join us online next week on 27th May for our first Book Room of Loss.

This will be a safe, supportive space to talk about grief and loss.

Led by The Loss Project, this will be a gentle and interactive session that explores how novels and fiction have influenced or inspired our experiences of grief and bereavement, or of being alongside those who are bereaved.

This event is open to all and will take place online on Zoom.
Spaces are limited and prior registration is necessary.

https://bit.ly/3u1pcbu

A friendly interactive session, exploring how novels and fiction influence or inspire our experiences of grief and loss.

Chillout with Redbridge LibrariesThe Covid-19 pandemic has created big challenges for our #mentalhealth and overall #wel...
20/05/2021

Chillout with Redbridge Libraries

The Covid-19 pandemic has created big challenges for our #mentalhealth and overall #wellbeing, whether we're working, staying at home, dealing with loss, or trying to live with the changed circumstances.

Now, more restrictions have been lifted in line with the government's Roadmap Step 3, offering a way back to a more normal life. But nothing is guaranteed, and we have no choice but to move through this as best we can.

To help with coping, every week in Chillout with Redbridge Libraries, we’re going to highlight an option for chilling out and/or looking after our wellbeing.

This week is Dementia Action Week. Led by the Alzheimer’s Society, #DementiaActionWeek is a national event that sees the public coming together to improve the lives of people affected by #dementia. This means both those with #dementia and those caring for and/or supporting them.

We’ve a special collection of fiction, non-fiction, memoirs and more on OverDrive/Libby for Dementia Action Week: https://tlc.overdrive.com/collection/1212692

You can find out more about Dementia Action Week here: https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/

#LibrariesFromHome #LoveLibraries #LoveToRead

Chillout with Redbridge Libraries

The Covid-19 pandemic has created big challenges for our #mentalhealth and overall #wellbeing, whether we're working, staying at home, dealing with loss, or trying to live with the changed circumstances.

Now, more restrictions have been lifted in line with the government's Roadmap Step 3, offering a way back to a more normal life. But nothing is guaranteed, and we have no choice but to move through this as best we can.

To help with coping, every week in Chillout with Redbridge Libraries, we’re going to highlight an option for chilling out and/or looking after our wellbeing.

This week is Dementia Action Week. Led by the Alzheimer’s Society, #DementiaActionWeek is a national event that sees the public coming together to improve the lives of people affected by #dementia. This means both those with #dementia and those caring for and/or supporting them.

We’ve a special collection of fiction, non-fiction, memoirs and more on OverDrive/Libby for Dementia Action Week: https://tlc.overdrive.com/collection/1212692

You can find out more about Dementia Action Week here: https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/

#LibrariesFromHome #LoveLibraries #LoveToRead

This week on #FolkloreThursday we're looking at the Big Foot sighting in Wanstead Woods...yep you read that right.It hap...
20/05/2021

This week on #FolkloreThursday we're looking at the Big Foot sighting in Wanstead Woods...yep you read that right.

It happened in 2008 in the Hollow Ponds area of Epping Forest by a local fisherman.

The 18 year old was on his way to meet his brother when he was confronted by a "creature". It emerged from the shadows, four-foot high (I thought he'd be bigger) and black from head-to-toe. The local man claims, that the creature slowly disappeared from sight when it realised it was being watched.

Originally he thought it might be a bear, but park officials were quick to dismiss the notion. However, more people have come forward claiming to see a Bigfoot-like creature in the Wanstead and Woodford area.

Could this be the Sasquatch's British cousin?

Have you ever seen the creature of Epping Forest?

You can read the original account "The Saturday Strangeness" at the Londonist

Timeline Photos
19/05/2021

Timeline Photos

Fitness classes are back! Join us in Vision leisure centres for a range of classes including Yoga, Zumba, Aerobics, Spinning and lots more.

If you're not a member yet, why not take advantage of our special membership offer - unlimited access to pool, gym and fitness classes for just £30 a month for the first 3 months!

Find out more about how to book onto our fitness classes on our website: https://visionrcl.org.uk/sport-health-physical-fitness/covid-19-guidance-for-leisure-centres

Or to apply for a membership visit: https://visionrcl.org.uk/join

Instagram Photos
19/05/2021

Instagram Photos

What a gorgeous day! Our gardens are open everyday come rain or shine, and are a beautiful space for walks. They are also a stunning backdrop for weddings - call us on 02087088100 to find out more about hiring Valentines Mansion for your big day.

#weddingvenue #essexweddingvenue #gardens #nofilter #weddings #weddinginspo #weddingvenueredbridge #redbridge #bigday

19/05/2021
Mental health covid

Facing new challenges now that restrictions are easing? Check out the very helpful resource suggested by our friends at #RedbridgeLive.....

#LabCentralNewsflash An online family activity like no other! Your opportunity to play the roles of a Mars rover, scient...
19/05/2021

#LabCentralNewsflash An online family activity like no other! Your opportunity to play the roles of a Mars rover, scientist and engineer to make exploration decisions and accomplish science goals. Tue 1 June at 10 am. Book now: http://vrcl.uk/MarsRoverCodingMay2021

#LabCentralNewsflash An online family activity like no other! Your opportunity to play the roles of a Mars rover, scientist and engineer to make exploration decisions and accomplish science goals. Tue 1 June at 10 am. Book now: http://vrcl.uk/MarsRoverCodingMay2021

Reiki with Stephanie MugoStephanie Mugo, reiki meditation instructor at Redbridge Central Library is offering online ses...
19/05/2021
Reiki Meditation session 19 05 21 Ether

Reiki with Stephanie Mugo

Stephanie Mugo, reiki meditation instructor at Redbridge Central Library is offering online sessions. These #online sessions have been created to provide much needed support at a time of crisis.

Stephanie extends an invitation to join the class to anyone who feels they could benefit from:

• a mental break,
• a breath of fresh air,
• gaining more focus,
• reducing the pressure of fear,
• feeling more relaxed,
• reconnecting with yourself,
• feeling a sense of calm inside and more…

The sessions are on Wednesdays from 2pm and last one hour.

All you need is a device to connect to YouTube, a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed and something to keep you warm and comfortable for the duration of the session. It’s good to keep a bottle of water by your side to sip between meditation activities.

Stephanie is asking for a voluntary donation of £3/session. If you feel aligned with this please contact Stephanie: [email protected]

But if you cannot afford it don’t worry - the videos are accessible at all times to everyone.

Here’s link to live session on Wednesday 19 May at 2pm: https://youtu.be/tEpjbXeSbJg.

You can also type “Stephanie Mugo” in the YouTube search bar and then go to the videos and find previous sessions by date.

#LibrariesFromHome #Wellness #Wellbeing #WellbeingMatters

This week on #unsung we’re taking a glimpse into the lives of Redbridge couple Fred and Daisy James. Fred was from #Wans...
17/05/2021

This week on #unsung we’re taking a glimpse into the lives of Redbridge couple Fred and Daisy James. Fred was from #Wanstead, Daisy from #Woodford and their relationship grew over their love of photography. They also shared a love of traveling and travelled extensively during the decades (1930+)…even before they were married (oh, the scandal). But perhaps their biggest adventure as a couple came when they became Air Raid Precaution Wardens for #Aldersbrook in WW2.

Redbridge was badly damaged during the #blitz, as ARP wardens the couple reported bomb damage and even assisted with rescue operations.

On 10 September, two bombs fell on Belgrave Road, and Fred James recalls helping with traffic control on the scene: 'When we left, rescue parties were excavating for the casualties under the wreckage. Poor blighters.'

During the blitz, Fred photographed them both along with their fellow wardens to accompany a poem he’d written about the Blitz, a la Spike Milligan. It goes:

Never Too Late

1. One little Warden / Takes a hefty sniff, / “Blimey! Ain’t it awful? What a rotten whiff!!”

2. Two Little Wardens / Seem to be in doubt / If you think what I think, / Call the others out!

3. Four Little Wardens / Looking grave, alas. / “Jerry’s been and done it - /It’s Persistent Gas!

4. Four Air Raid Wardens / Say “Let’s to our tasks; /Swing our little rattles – What about our Masks?

5. Four Fearsome Wardens: / - What an ugly crew! – Make one say with justice / “Send them to the Zoo!”

6. Four Crumpled Wardens / Moralise our rhyme. / Put you gas mask on – but / PUT IT ON IN TIME

To find out more about Daisy and James, as well as Redbridge during WW2 check out Redbridge Museum & Heritage Centre Youtube channel.

Redbridge Council Vision Redbridge Culture & Leisure

#LocalCommunityHistoryMonth

The Self-Isolation Sensation https://youtu.be/BzeWBF2kj  There's no ray of sunshine as bright as Mama G to end #MentalHe...
15/05/2021
The Self-Isolation Sensation

The Self-Isolation Sensation https://youtu.be/BzeWBF2kj

There's no ray of sunshine as bright as Mama G to end #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek on and to celebrate all we've gone through this past year. Catch her next story time with us next Sunday on Zoom, book your place at https://fb.me/e/4ikEHqIji

'The Self-Isolation Sensation' is a poem I wrote for Brymore Productions' online show 'Doin' It For the Kids'. I wrote it to make sure that everyone knew tha...

Here’s our #BookOfTheWeek - a heart-warming modern British Muslim take on Little Women. Fatima, Farah, Bubblee and Mae, ...
15/05/2021

Here’s our #BookOfTheWeek - a heart-warming modern British Muslim take on Little Women. Fatima, Farah, Bubblee and Mae, the four Amir sisters, are the only young Muslims in the quaint English village of Wyvernage. On the outside, the Amirs are happy. On the inside, each sister is secretly struggling.

Have you read it? What did you think?

Like to read it? We have copies available: https://vrcl.uk/3gFTQRu.

One good thing is, if you like it, it’s the first book in a series!

#LibrariesFromHome #LoveLibraries #Redbridge #LoveToRead #booklove #MyBookLife

Here’s our #BookOfTheWeek - a heart-warming modern British Muslim take on Little Women. Fatima, Farah, Bubblee and Mae, the four Amir sisters, are the only young Muslims in the quaint English village of Wyvernage. On the outside, the Amirs are happy. On the inside, each sister is secretly struggling.

Have you read it? What did you think?

Like to read it? We have copies available: https://vrcl.uk/3gFTQRu.

One good thing is, if you like it, it’s the first book in a series!

#LibrariesFromHome #LoveLibraries #Redbridge #LoveToRead #booklove #MyBookLife

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Major Building Contractor looking to attract experienced local workers living in London Borough of Barking and Dagenham – there is also the offer of recruiting trainees. Various roles. Shuttering Carpenter's Groundworkers Steelfixers Labourers Concrete Finishers Feel free to share and pass on. For full details and to register with Barking and Dagenham Job Shop please email. [email protected]
Just released Monday 26th October 2020. Please note the closing date against each job. Fantastic opportunities if you are looking for a new job or currently out of work. Part and Full time positions. Latest jobs from London Borough of Barking and Dagenham Job Shop. Feel free to share and tell your friends and family. To register with Job Shop please email [email protected] with a cover letter and attach your CV. 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D140 Shutter Carpenter Barking Riverside with Gears Group Shuttering Carpenter £19.50 p/hr- 9.5 hours per day- 5 days per week- Blue CSCS Required Closing date: Monday 2nd November D132 – Cleaning Operatives Vacancy – Cleaning Operative Salary £11.04ph Part-time, Permanent, 45 weeks per annum Person Specification – Cleaning: 2 years (Required) Experience undertaking a range of cleaning duties Some knowledge of Health and Safety Regulations relevant to cleaning equipment and cleaning materials Ability to work effectively and supportively as part of a team Good communication skills driving license (Preferred) Shift patterns and more details attached Closing date: Monday 2nd November D125 - Driver Support Workers and Night Support Workers Dagenham, Romford, Chingford and South Woodford Salary: £9.00ph Full-time JD attached Closing date: Monday 2nd November D120 – Kitchen Assistant (Care Home) Dagenham Salary: £8.72ph Part-time JD Attached Closing date: Monday 2nd November D83 – Housekeeping Assistant (Care Home) Dagenham £NMW Varied Hours, discussed at interview This role is bank Must already have a DBS No experience necessary, training provided Closing date: Monday 2nd November D65 - Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship London £30,000 pa (Includes London weighting) FULL-TIME: 40 hrs per week (Incl. weekends) Shift rota basis JD Attached Closing Date: Ongoing Please note: This vacancy is currently on hold, however the employer is still accepting CVs in order to make potential applicants aware of the pathways available to them and they can still register their interest on the MET careers website. The pipeline should reopen early 2021 and anyone that is registered will be given priority over applicants that apply after the pipeline reopens. D65 - Degree Holder Entry Programme London £31,020 pa (Includes London weighting) FULL-TIME: 40 hours per week (Including weekends) Shift rota basis JD Attached Closing Date: Ongoing Please note: This vacancy is currently on hold, however the employer is still accepting CVs in order to make potential applicants aware of the pathways available to them and they can still register their interest on the MET careers website. The pipeline should reopen early 2021 and anyone that is registered will be given priority over applicants that apply after the pipeline reopens. CARE ROLES: D91 - Domiciliary Care Worker Dagenham, Rush green, Romford and Gidea Park Salary £9.00 ph Part time Must be willing to work variety of shifts between 07:00 – 22:00 JD attached Closing date: Monday 2nd November D88 – Home Care Assistant Havering Salary £10,00ph Flexible shifts/hours available Drivers only, no experience necessary DBS required, paid by the company conditional of a minimum of 6 months employment Closing date: Monday 2nd November D80 - Experienced Care Assistants Upminster £NMW Various hours/shifts available (including nights) Must have a minimum of 1 year of professional care experience Must be able to provide 3 references DBS funded by employer Closing date: Monday 2nd November D82 - Care Assistants Romford Salary: £21,000 Full-time & Part-time Shifts: 7am until 2:30pm and/or 3:30pm until 10pm JD attached Closing Date: ongoing D59 – Carers Waltham Forest and Barking and Dagenham £8.21-£10.50 Zero hour contact Training provided Closing date: Monday 2nd November D57-Domiciliary Carer Barking, Dagenham & Havering (Must be willing to travel) £8.50ph weekdays & weekends £9ph If have NVQ level 2 starting salary is £9 Flexi Shifts *Monday Friday 7am-3pm *Monday Friday 3pm - 10pm *Weekend Shift 7am - 6/7pm 0 hour contract but can guarantee up to 30hrs a week if required Experience/qualifications - Experience desirable DBS to be paid by client Closing date: Monday 2nd November D56 – Experienced Care Assistants Dagenham £NMW Bank staff but will have full time hours available Must have 1 year of professional care experience Must give 3 references DBS Preferred Closing date: Monday 2nd November C169 – Domiciliary Care Worker Barking and Dagenham Minimum 20 hours Monday-Sunday, Days and Nights £8.71 ph DBS funded by employer Training Provided Closing date: Monday 2nd November Just released Monday 19th October 2020. 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