We provide UK health information resources with the people of Southeast Asia, to raise awareness of non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, lungs, cancer and heart diseases for early intervention and to improve public health. Through collaboration with the local schools, colleges and existing health projects in the urban poor communities.
Thomas Pocklington Trust is a registered charity, providing housing, care and support for people with sight loss in the UK. Research has always played an integral role in the activities of the charity. Pocklington funds a social and public health research and development programme which helps to inform the shape of current and future services….
The centre is established for charitable purposes only to promote the physical, mental, social and spiritual welfare and development of people living and working within the area identified as the Pitmaston Estate and surrounding areas particularly Hall Green and Acocks Green, Birmingham.
The aim of the centre is to help and educate girls and boys through their leisure time activities so to develop their physical, mental and spirital capacities that they may grow to full maturity as individuals and members of Society so that their conditions of life be improved