SHARE YOUR RECIPES!

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Do you have any tried and tested favourite recipes? Share them with us, and help us create the BUCFP COOKBOOK.

Categories:

  • Soups, Salads, Snacks

  • Kid’s favourites

  • Family meals, One-Pot Wonders

  • Quick and Easy Mid-Week Suppers

  • Puddings and Cakes

E’mail your recipes to bucfp.food.project@gmail.com by 1st July 2019

Please include:

  • List of ingredients with measurements

  • Cooking times and temperatures

  • How many servings

All we ask is that any recipe you submit is meat and dairy free, budget friendly, and DELICIOUS! (if you have a fantastic recipe that includes diary ingredients, share it anyway; our kitchen crew will probably be able to adapt it.)

The Annual General Meeting will take place on Friday 29th March at 11am in the main area.

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The Annual General Meeting will take place on Friday 29th March at 11am in the main area.
Existing members will need to renew your membership before the AGM.

If you are unable to come to the AGM but would still like to be a member of BUCFP, please complete an application form by following the link below, alternatively you can come into the office, phone or email us and we will arrange renewal of your membership.

Online membership form here:

https://goo.gl/forms/SH3wW2qNcpCZndpx1

Download a PDF membership form here

Membership is free for BUCFP volunteers providing you have volunteered a minimum of 8 sessions in the last three months.

Membership annual subscription fees as follows: -
£1.00 (unwaged) £5.00 (waged) £25.00 (organisation).
Please pay in person at BUCFP reception or make cheques payable to BUCFP and send by post to BUCFP 6 Tilbury Place, Brighton, BN2 0GY.

At the AGM the Members will:
Receive an update on the accounts and activities of BUCFP for the previous financial year
Elect Trustees to govern BUCFP

If there is any other issue that you wish to raise at the AGM please let one of the Trustees know by 22nd March so that it can be written into the agenda.

We look forward to seeing you at the AGM.

Tea and Tech

We'll be running tech workshops at BUCFP for over 50's later in the year.

Topics will include:

  • Connecting to Wi-Fi

  • Basic Smartphone/Tablet use (e.g. Installing Apps, understanding what mobile data is, etc.)  

  • Communicating using Facebook and whatsapp

  • Setting up online accounts (e.g. email/social media/online shopping)

  • Staying safe online.

If you’re interested in attending, or know someone that is, please put your name down at BUCFP reception, call 01273 671 213 or fill in the form below, and we’ll be in touch with dates.

Name *
Name

Your personal information will remain confidential. It will be stored and used in accordance with The General Data Protection Regulation 2018. BUCFP's Confidentiality and Data Protection policies are available on request.


Title of workshop: Get started with a tablet/smartphone

Find out how to get started with your new tablet or smartphone at this friendly group session. Find out what your smart device has to offer, including apps, personalisation and security tips.

Title of workshop: Facebook is easy!

Find out why so many people love Facebook! Get to grips with Facebook and learn how to use it for creating fun posts and to stay in touch with friends and family. The session will cover the basics including setting up a profile, creating posts, commenting on posts and last but not least, safety settings!

Title of event: How to stay safe online

Are you worried about doing things online? The internet is a fantastic resource, but as with everything, it has its risks. This session will give you some hints and tips including when a website is safe, the importance of passwords and how to email safely…all while enjoying this new online world!

Title of event: WhatsApp is easy!

Find out why so many people love WhatsApp! Get to grips with WhatsApp and learn how to use it for communicating with friends and family. The session will cover the basics including setting up groups, sending photos, recording voice clips and last but not least, safety settings!

BUCFP Welfare Rights Volunteers.

BUCFP are recruiting Welfare Rights Volunteers, and are keen to hear from those with experience of working within Welfare Rights, both academically and client facing. If you think that's you, please fill in the initial contact form below and we'll be in touch, to follow up with a description of the voluntary role. We generally meet Friday mornings at the centre, and volunteers generally sign up for 1 client facing session, morning or afternoon, a week. Welfare Rights advice sessions at BUCFP are run on a drop in basis. Clients put their name down and we generally see 2 to 3 people per session.

Name *
Name

Your personal information will remain confidential. It will be stored and used in accordance with The General Data Protection Regulation 2018. BUCFP's Confidentiality and Data Protection policies are available on request.