Celebration 2005: Fatherhood past and present
The largest ever celebration of Fatherhood in the UK. This event is for Fathers, Mothers, Carers, Kids and Practitioners wishing to promote and celebrate the importance to children of Fathers and Male Carers .
Celebration 2005 will assist practitioners and organisations to engage with Fathers and Male Carers in line with their obligations under Every Child Matters and the new National Service Framework for Children, Young People and Maternity Services.
Celebration 2005 is not just a fun day out for all the family at a leading tourist attraction…
- it’s not just a great networking opportunity for practitioners who want to develop their work with Fathers and their families…
- it’s not just an opportunity to engage in family learning…
- Celebration 2005 is not just the launch for the development of the new National Museum of Fatherhood….
- it’s not just an opportunity to join 6,000 men, women and children walking to promote family health…
Celebration 2005 is your chance to be a part of the largest ever Celebration of Fatherhood held in the UK and its happening in the North East of England at Beamish Open Air Museum on 1st and 2nd October 2005.
Practitioners can register now by replying to this email and using the Practitioner Registration Form below. Alternatively the attached form can be completed and faxed back to 0870 752 5780
Register now for big discounts on entry for your organisation and families in your area and download the registration pack for tips on how best to use this event to engage with Fathers. Male Carers and their families in your locality.
Practitioners can register now by using the Practitioner Registration Form below. Alternatively the attached form can be completed and faxed back to 0870 752 5780.
For more information about Celebration 2005: Fatherhood Past and Present visit www.WorkingwithFathers.com/c2005 or phone 0845 880 0707
You can download the Practitioner Guide and Registration form below.Tags: African-Caribbean fathers, Early years, For employers, Maternity, Muslim fathers, Parenting education, Schools, Separated families, Vulnerable families, Young fathers