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HLMT Newsletter Autumn 2021

As HLMT supporters you will be glad to hear that a lot has happened in the past couple of months and that more is planned for the rest of the year. This newsletter includes news of: An evening of Live Music on Saturday 27th November 2021 – 3 bands and HLMT stall; New HLMT cards…
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An evening of Live Music on Saturday 27th November 2021

HLMT organised a cracking night of music on 27th November. Three bands – Ajar, The Strawberry Jammers and Lowered Tones – played three great sets with Nick Loewenstein doing a great job on sound. On a raw cold night 50+ hardy supporters were treated to a night of high-class, varied music. As a result a…
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HLMT stalls at events on Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th December 2021

There are two Nottingham-based pre-Christmas markets at which HLMT will have our arts and crafts stall, selling handmade greetings cards, Liberian Lapa fabric arts and crafts, and jewellery. Saturday 4th December from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.: Woodthorpe Park Christmas Market. Woodthorpe Park Plant Shop, Woodthorpe Drive, Nottingham, NG5 4HA; Sunday 5th December from 12.00 midday: Welfare Christmas Market, The Welfare,…
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HLMT Stall at the Nottingham Green Festival on 12th September 2021

The Helen Loewenstein Memorial Trust ran a really successful stall at the Green Festival, featuring a wide variety of indoor and outdoor plants, Liberian Lapa fabric handmade greetings cards, bags, bunting, lavender bags, cushion covers, dresses, skirts and shirts, arts and crafts, jewellery and much more. The festival was really well run and joyous. HLMT sold…
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HLMT Newsletter August 2021

As this newsletter illustrates, The Helen Loewenstein Memorial Trust has made real progress during the past few months. This, despite Covid restrictions and ongoing caution about the virus, which have significantly limited the number of activities that HLMT has been able to run this year. Esther Bacon School of Nursing and Midwifery, Liberia – latest…
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Nottingham Green Festival, Sunday 12th September 2021 noon to 6.00 p.m.

HLMT will have a stall at the festival, featuring a wide variety of indoor and outdoor plants, Liberian Lapa fabric handmade greetings cards, bags, bunting, lavender bags, cushion covers, dresses, skirts and shirts, arts and crafts, jewellery and much more! We ask all Nottingham supporters to come and say hello at the stall.  You’ll find…
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Presentation of HLMT mugs to midwifery staff in Nottingham on International Day of the Midwife 2021

On 5th May the International Day of the Midwife, Pete Loewenstein, Pippa MacKeith and Stella Nickolay presented 20 HLMT mugs to the staff of the Maternity Unit of the City Hospital, Nottingham on behalf of HLMT trustees.  Helen Loewenstein worked in the unit for seven years. The mugs were paid for by the trustees of…
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HLMT Newsletter May 2021

Mailchimp, Conference Presentation, positive events and WANTED – SOCIAL MEDIA HELP please! Dear supporters It has been a busy and productive April and early May for HLMT, as you will see below. Thanks to everyone who has continued to support the Trust in different ways. Receiving HLMT Newsletters via Mailchimp You may also have received…
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Come to the HLMT Presentation at the Virtual International Day of the Midwife Online Conference on 5th May

5th May is the International Day of the Midwife, and an international online conference is being held to mark the day. HLMT Trustee Stella Nickolay will be presenting an illustrated talk at the conference on “Reducing maternal and child mortality in Liberia by supporting midwifery training” from 18:00 – 18:50 (6.00 – 6.50 p.m.) UK…
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Plant and Craft Stall, 17th April 2021(outside Crimson Tree, Sherwood, Nottingham)

On a sunny day, HLMT trustees Carol McCormick, Charm Daley, Pippa MacKeith, Roger Williams and a number of brilliant supporters held a wonderfully successful stall. It attracted dozens of buyers and raised over £1500, sufficient to fund a trainee midwife’s training fees for two years! A BIG thank you to Carol McCormick and everyone else…
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