Photos from the Lemistry Event

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Here are some of the photos from last months Lemistry Event, we had a great time and met lots of lovely people.

We cant wait for our next event on March, 15th hope you can join us.

Milego dnia (have a nice day)

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Education Opportunity!

Looking for an education in the UK? Why not check out Blackburne House and all that they offer below!

 

 

Blackburn House Education are offering a full range of courses in a variety of subject areas, visit http://www.blackburnehouse.co.uk for more information!

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Education Opportunity!

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Are you looking for an education? South East Training Centre in Partnership with Voice of Nations will be delivering the first round of trainings and courses leading to NVQ 1, 2 and 3 accreditations in Health & Social Care in April 2012 at:

Kensington Multimedia Centre

2 Coleridge Street

L6 6BT, Liverpool

Requirements

Eligibility criteria for free NVQ Level (2) courses are: British citizens, EU Nationals, Spouses of British/ EU Nationals, indefinite leave in the UK, Asylum seekers & Refugees; they must have been in the country for at least three years. Highly discounted rates apply for those who are not eligible for funding but would like to enroll for the course.

Details

The NVQ Level (2) & Level (3) will be delivered fortnightly for a period of 6 Months.

There are also care job opportunities available for everyone eligible to live and work in the country.

For those willing to take up care jobs with us without having any prior health care qualifications and/or experiences, highly discounted rates also apply for NVQ level (1) in Health & Social Care training.

Course/job induction and NVQ 1 training will take place on Saturday 31-03-2012 from 10:00am- 2:00pm at the Kensington Multimedia Centre, 2 Coleridge Street, L6 6BT.

Documents Required

1. 2 copies of Passport Or Photo I.D

2. 2 copies Of NI card

3. 2 copies of proof of Address

4. Photocopies of Documents from the Home office (UK Border Agency –showing when you first entered the UK).

Contact

Any interested organisation/candidate could contact Sylvia directly at forchaps@voiceofnations.org.uk or 07539216072/ 01514253139 for the enrolment and Work application forms.

Milego dnia (have a nice day)

Merseyside Polonia X

Hungarian Independence Day!

 

Every year the 15th of March stands for Independence in Hungary, commemorating the revolution and the following of war.  Celebrated with the recital of the poem ‘Nemzeti Dal’ or ‘National Song’, written by Sándor Petőfi, Hungary honour their most prominent national holiday. Petőfi recited his poem on the 15th March 1848 from the stairs of the National Museum to an audience of thousands – his passion marking the beginning of the revolution against Hasburgs regime. No revolution day goes by without reciting the National Song on the stairs of the National Museum, where on the 15th March Budapest is dressed in red, white and green. Many other events accompany celebrations, including musical and theatrical performances, and horseback rides with the help of Hussars dressed in traditional uniforms. Memorial ceremonies also take place at Petőfi Tér, (Petőfi Statue) and Batthyány Örökmécses (Batthyány Eternal Flame).

The day itself arose after a revolutionary wave swept across Europe, resulting in a revolution forming in Hungary on the 15th March in 1848.  Hungarian poets and writers formed the core of the radicals – gathering crowds of people while performing National Song and reading their demands. The most important demands to the revolution included freedom of press, freedom of religion, a national bank, a jury and the abolition of feudal conditions. Following the events a Hungarian Delegation went to Vienna, where the Hasburgs accepted and agreed on an Independent Hungarian Ministry. After which, Vienna took action against the revolution, forcing Hungary to surrender to Russia in 1949. As a result of the defeat, an age of terror gripped Hungary in the coming years.

Milego dnia (have a nice day)

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Hungarian Independence Day Event – 15th March 2012

Merseyside Polonia in partnership with the Hungarian Community would like to invite you to an Independence Day Event on the 15th of March from 6.30 pm at the Kensington Fire Station, Beech Street, Liverpool L7 0EU.

If you are interested in other nations and want to know a bit more about the Hungarian culture, or just want to try some Goulash or meet the Hungarian community, then why not come and celebrate.

There will be information about the 15th of March Anniversary, as well as traditional folk music and food,

Everybody is welcome to the event, which is supported by Cobalt Housing.

Milego dnia (have a nice day)

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The University of Liverpool – Places To Study!

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What better way to start your Liverpool experience then to attend one of the several Universities Liverpool has to offer! The University of Liverpool offers over 230 degree courses and has proudly produced nine Nobel Prize winners. Established as a college in 1881, it’s popularity meant it soon grew to University status in the early 1900’s. The University has over 23,000 students, as well as a large medical school, associated with Royal Liverpool University Hospital.

Approximately five minutes from Liverpool City centre, the University of Liverpool is the perfect place to continue your education! The city itself has a lot to offer students – with plenty of student accommodation and a great nightlife – there is something to suit everybody.

Other Universities in Liverpool include Liverpool Hope University, John Moores University, Edge Hill University and the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA).

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The Yellow Duckmarine – Things To Do In Liverpool

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Liverpool’s famous ‘Yellow Duckmarine’ is the only way to tour the city! The hour-long adventure begins in a converted WWII DUKW landing vehicle driving throughout the city before making its famous ‘Splash landing’ in the Liverpool Docks. On land the Duck will take you to the city’s prime locations, including the Pier Head, The Three Graces, St Georges Hall, Liverpool Cathedral and many others before heading to the water… After splashing into the South Docks the tour continues alongside the city right through to the Albert Docks.

Established in 2001, the Liverpool tourist adventure includes a running commentary and remains as popular as ever, with several tours a day.

Milego dnia (have a nice day)

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Liverpool One – Things To Do In Liverpool

‘Liverpool One’, located in the city centre, proudly offers over 170 stores and services and is the UK’s largest open-air shopping centre.  Home to multiple attractions including an Odeon Cinema, adventure golf and several hotels, Liverpool One is the ultimate tourist destination.

Filled with bars and restaurants, which include dining from Italy, France and South America there is something for everybody. Also located in Liverpool One is ‘Chavassse Park’, a situated across five acres; the park plays the perfect host to multiple events throughout the year.

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