Monthly Archives: September 2018

Laura Muir comes in to Johns program on Tuesday 2nd October

Laura Muir comes into John Smeeton’s Afternoon Delight this Tuesday 2nd October between 1 and 2pm to update us on the progress of the charity shops

Our high street charity shops sell a fantastic range of high quality donated items including clothing, shoes, fashion accessories, homeware, toys, books and an amazing array of other treasures all at bargain prices.

We currently have four charity shops: in Enfield, Borehamwood, Potters Bar and Southgate. All profits go towards funding the services we provide to patients and visitors at our hospitals. So whether you want to donate items, shop for a bargain, or volunteer your time, it all helps to support your local hospital and the patients and visitors.

Lesley Johnson is coming in to talk about Legal and Illegal Drugs, and The impact on Families and society

Lesley Johnson is coming in on Tuesday 26th September to talk to John Smeeton Lesley has a BA Hons in Criminology and started with Haringey Local Authority as their Drugs Adviser. Then worked with schools and the police for 10 years. Having moved to Enfield, the role evolved into “ Vulnerable Young person’s Adviser”  working with Schools, Police, and partner agencies such as Drug Treatment services, Social Services, parents and directly with young between ages of 11- 18. Lesley retired last year after a total of 25 years in the “business”. We will talk about Legal and Illegal Drugs, The impact on individuals,The impact on Families, and Society. The role of Schools and Education, and the role of Parents and of course legalisation. DON’T MISS IT !!!!!!!! 1pm to 3pm

Autism Direct Tuesday 18th September 1pm to 3pm

John Smeeton has two guests Liza Dresener (Director) and Mary Oketch (Adult Autism Support Manager) coming in to talk about Resources for Autism. Resources for Autism is a registered charity  they provide practical services for children and adults with an autistic spectrum condition and for those who love and care for them. They have a team of trained, enthusiastic and kind staff and volunteers offering a wide range of support. All the staff are autism specialists who understand communication and sensory