Annual General Meeting (AGM)

To book you can either email events@blc.lu or complete the Booking Form

Please read if attending the AGM
Approval of last year's AGM minutes
BLC Financial Report

The Annual General Meeting is an important event in the club year when the existing committee is discharged and the new one voted in. General and financial reports will be presented and it is important that we have as many members attending as possible in order to pass proposals.

If you cannot attend, please make sure you give your signed proxy vote (including your membership number which can be found at the top of the address on this newsletter) either to a member of the committee or to someone else who will be at the meeting.

Wednesday 3 October 2018

09.30 Brunch – Tea/ coffee/ fruit juice/ still and sparkling water/ selection of mini croissants and mini viennoiserie will be provided.
10.15 AGM Start

Venue: Reimerwee Restaurant at The Box at Lux Expo in Kirchberg

To book your place please contact: events@blc.lu

Price: €11 per member, payable in advance to: LU08 0019 2955 6611 7000. Please mark your bank payments ‘AGM Brunch’ with your name.

There will be no babysitting at the venue.

Agenda:

Welcome – Chair(s)
Chair’s Report – A summary of the Club year
Treasurer’s Report
Relevant Reports from the Committee
Request for Committee role(s) volunteers
Any Other Business (please see below)
Discussion items submitted by members
Discharge of present committee
Election of new committee

Including your items to the agenda

If you have any items you think should be included in the agenda to be discussed in the “Any Other Business” section then please email them to both: chair@blc.lu and: vicechair@blc.lu. The committee reserve the right to decide whether or not items are relevant for an AGM discussion or whether they can be addressed on an individual level, however we will consider and respond to each request we receive.


The BRITISH LADIES’ CLUB OF LUXEMBOURG.,

Association sans but lucratif (asbl) No. F0003796

Club Statutes (extract): Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Convening the AGM

8.1 The AGM of the Club shall be held annually within four months of the end of the financial year-end at such time and place in Luxembourg as may be determined by the Committee.

8.2 The date of the AGM will be circulated to members at least six weeks in advance of the meeting, together with a preliminary agenda and a call for items for the agenda. All such items must be submitted to the Secretary at least four weeks prior to the date of the meeting.

8.3 Full details of the AGM, including a full agenda and a form for assigning a proxy vote, will be circulated to members at least two weeks in advance of the meeting.

Proceedings
8.4 The AGM will be chaired by the outgoing Chairwoman (or, in her absence, the outgoing Vice-Chairwoman).

8.5 The business to be transacted at the Annual General Meeting of members shall be:

(a) to confirm the minutes of the previous AGM and any EGM that may have taken place during the financial year;

(b) to receive and approve a report from the Chairwoman on the general functioning of the Club during the year;

(c) to receive and approve a report from the Treasurer on the finances of the Club during the past financial year (see Clause 10.3);

(d) to receive the auditor’s report to the Committee and to appoint an auditor for the new financial year (see Clause 10.4);

(e) to approve a budget, including a projected financial outcome, for the new financial year;

(f) to set the membership subscription for the following financial year (see Clause 5);

(g) to discharge the existing Chairwoman and Committee;

(h) to elect a Chairwoman and Committee for the coming year (see Clause 6.5);

(i) to elect any Honorary Members of the Club as recommended by the Committee (see Clause 3.3);

(j) to consider any other items on the published agenda (see Clauses 8.2, 8.3 and 9.3);

(k) to consider, at the discretion of the Chairwoman, any other business not included on the agenda.

8.6 Any resolution put to the vote shall be decided by simple majority on a show of hands, unless at least five members present in person request a secret ballot. Any such request will be granted and a secret ballot will take place. The Secretary of the meeting shall be the sole and absolute judge of the validity of the votes tendered at the meeting.

INTERNAL RULES
These rules may only be altered by a properly constituted General Meeting of the Club. However they do not form part of the Club’s statutes. This means that they can be altered by a GM at which 5% of the membership is represented.

  1. Financial
    1.1 The Club’s financial year will run from 1 June each year to the following 31 May.

1.2 The annual subscription will be reduced to two-thirds for members who join the Club for the first time in the second half of the financial year. No such reduction will apply to previous members who re-join at any time in the financial year following a year in which they have been a member.

1.3 Members will be informed via the newsletter when their subscriptions are due.

1.4 Each Area and each Activity within the Club will be allocated an annual budget to spend as they see fit. Such monies can only be claimed against receipts (except for phone calls postage and petrol money). The rates for such allocations are given in the Area Reps Guide.

1.5 The Club will normally aim to have an operating reserve, at the end of any financial year, excluding the value of capital goods (such as computers), of around EUR 15,000. This reserve will act as a buffer against any unforeseen problems or emergencies.

1.6 If the Club makes an operating surplus in any financial year the Committee may donate all or part of this surplus to charitable purposes in the next financial year. In addition, Members and/or the Committee may donate to charity such additional sums as are raised from events organised specifically for this purpose (e.g. tombolas, the car boot sale).

1.7 All Committee and other functions exercised within the remit of the Club are voluntary and will not be remunerated.

  1. Membership
    2.1 A Membership Directory listing members’ names and contact details will be issued annually to all members who agree to have their details published.

2.2 If the Committee decides that a member should be excluded from the Club, the member concerned will not be eligible to attend any meetings of the Club from the moment that the Committee’s intention is made known to her in writing until the final decision to exclude or re-admit her is taken by a General Meeting.

2.3 Any member who has been excluded from the Club may apply to re-join in the following year. Any such application must be explicitly accepted or rejected by the Committee.

  1. Club meetings and activities
    3.1 Members will receive a monthly newsletter from the Club at the beginning of every month except August, setting out the events the Club is organising and other information of interest to members.

3.2 Only paid-up members of the Club and their partners and minor children may participate in free Club activities regularly and free of charge.

3.3 Partners of BLC members may attend free meetings free of charge, at the discretion of the organiser.

3.4 Guests (friends, visitors etc.) may attend a maximum of three free meetings free of charge without becoming members of the Club.

3.5 Partners and guests may be asked to pay an additional fee to attend any meetings and events for which members are charged.

3.6 There shall be no smoking at any meetings or events organised by the Club unless the event is specifically advertised in advance in the newsletter as one at which smoking will be permitted.

  1. The Committee
    4.1 The Committee will normally meet at least once a month, except in August, to conduct its business.

4.2 Committee members with young children may claim babysitting expenses for their attendance at Committee meetings.

4.3 Retiring Committee members will be thanked with the gift of a shopping voucher to the value of the annual membership fee for each year of their service on the committee.

4.4 Committee members who leave the Committee will not be eligible for re-election to the Committee until a period equal to their period of service on the Committee has elapsed.

4.5 If the Committee decides that one of its members should be removed from office, that member will not be eligible to attend any Committee meetings from the moment of the vote to exclude her until the final decision to appoint or dismiss that member from the Committee is taken by a General Meeting.

  1. Miscellaneous
    5.1 The partner of the British Ambassador to Luxembourg will normally be invited to be the President of the Club.

5.2 Retiring Area Reps and group organisers will be thanked with the gift of a shopping voucher to the value of the annual membership fee, at the discretion of the committee.

 

Newcomers’ Evening

If you’re new to Luxembourg and/or the BLC, why not join us for a social event? You can meet new and old members alike and find out more about what the BLC has to offer!

Any questions? Feel free to contact Jo: newcomers@blc.lu

 

 

Pipsqueaks – Morning

Pipsqueaks is a group for parents to get together with their younger-aged children for a sing-along session at a member’s home, or sometimes we organise meet-ups somewhere outside for some fresh air and a run-around. Newcomers always welcome.

It’s a very relaxed morning where the mums get to chat and drink coffee… we also sing a few nursery rhymes so that we can pretend we’ve really come for the kids rather than to socialise and get a caffeine hit! This is a really fun group that we are keen to keep going.

We’ve also created a new group on Tuesday afternoons called Coffee, Cake and Play so that our ‘graduates’ can still meet up. All ages are welcome and many older and younger siblings will be coming too. If the children want to we will also sing some nursery rhymes.

Please plan to arrive in time for a 9:45 a.m. start so parents with school-aged children are able to collect them from school.

Thank you very much!

 

Pipsqueaks – Morning

Pipsqueaks is a group for parents to get together with their younger-aged children for a sing-along session at a member’s home, or sometimes we organise meet-ups somewhere outside for some fresh air and a run-around. Newcomers always welcome.

It’s a very relaxed morning where the mums get to chat and drink coffee… we also sing a few nursery rhymes so that we can pretend we’ve really come for the kids rather than to socialise and get a caffeine hit! This is a really fun group that we are keen to keep going.

We’ve also created a new group on Tuesday afternoons called Coffee, Cake and Play so that our ‘graduates’ can still meet up. All ages are welcome and many older and younger siblings will be coming too. If the children want to we will also sing some nursery rhymes.

Please plan to arrive in time for a 9:45 a.m. start so parents with school-aged children are able to collect them from school.

Thank you very much!

Coffee Morning

Meet for a coffee and a chat, and maybe a croissant or three in the Boulangerie Paul located inside the new Opkorn shopping centre.

Thursday 28th June, 9:30 am

All areas welcome.

If you would like to come or need any further information please get in touch with me on area-g@blc.lu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Professional and Entrepreneurial Women

Our next Professional and Entrepreneurial women event will take place at Venue Le Sud rooftop bar in Clausen.  Join us for our pre-summer PEW event where three inspirational panellists will be interviewed:

Gaelle Haag – Founder of StarTalers, Women’s Best Financial Friend.

Vania Henry – Advisor to the CEO – Strategy, Marketing & Communications at SEQVOIA & Legitech and board member of Equilibre 

 Una Clifford-Bahçecik – Senior Strategy Advisor at the European Investment Bank and the co-founder of ConnectedWomen, the EIB’s women’s network. 

Spaces are limited so sign up quickly to confirm your participation!

Please send an email at chair@blc.lu.

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

 

 

 

Play in the Park

Bambesch (if the weather allows!)

We’ll sing some songs and try to organise some games for older kids.

There’ll be tea and coffee but please bring your own snacks or picnic.

 

Freewheelers – Walk

We intend to take a gentle walk to the Mansfeld Park and the Grund and have lunch at restaurant

Thursday, 28th June

All are welcome to join us

If you are interested please contact Steffie  Bos

25 years Celebration of the Car Boot Sale

Join us at the British Embassy residence to celebrate an amazing 25 years of this wonderful event.

Wednesday, June 20, 5-7 pm

Please register in advance with chair@blc.lu, as we will have to provide a list of names to the embassy.

Please remember to bring ID with you on the day.

 

BLC Movie Night

Fancy a night at the cinema? Meet friends or make new ones while enjoying a movie on the big screen!

Friday, 15th June, 8pm

Time to be confirmed depending on showtimes.

If you would like to attend, need any further info, or want to see something in particular, please let us know on movies@blc.lu.

Hope to see you there!

 

 

Open Invitation: Bring and Share Picnic – Weiswampach Lake

Come and picnic with us up north in the beautiful village of Weiswampach.

This will be a weather-dependent event so hopefully it will be a sunny Sunday.

There are a few different places to park.

We will meet on the field fairly close to where they hire out pedal boats.

I will post a detailed map of parking and info in the next BLC issue and on Facebook and via email so we can organise a bring and share.

If you would like to come please contact

Looking forward to seeing you!

 

Afternoon Get-together

Join us for coffee/cake/snacks/drinks….at:

Restaurant V8  –  Possibly on the terrace, if weather permits

Friday, 8th June, 2 pm

All areas welcome!

Please contact Karen at area-l@blc.lu by 5th June if you would like to join

 

BLC Walk

A gentle afternoon walk led by Limmy Bradshaw (area A member). The walk will start at the Roman villa in Walferdange, then on to an area where wild orchids and other flowers grow.

The walk will finish at the

Chocolats du Coeur Cafe.
Thursday, 31st May, 2 pm

Meet in the car park near to the

Bierger Centre, Walferdange, in front of the stadium at 2 pm.

R.S.V.P. by 29th May.
All areas are welcome to join us.

 

Lunch at Mutferter Haff

Join us in Moutfort for our regular get together.

Friday 15th June, 12.30 pm

All areas welcome.

 

Newcomers’ Coffee Morning

If you’re new to Luxembourg and/or the BLC, why not join us for a social event? You can meet new and old members alike and find out more about what the BLC has to offer!

All welcome, first drink is on the BLC. RSVP by Monday, 19th January if you are coming.

Contact: Hilary and Joanne on newcomers@blc.lu for more details.

 

Girls’ Night Out!

Discover Vegetarian!

Wednesday, 20 June from 7 pm

32 Place Guillaume II, Luxembourg,
Tel: 26 20 13 75

Please email area-n@blc.lu by Tuesday, 19th June if you are coming.

 

 

 

 

 

Lunch at Mutferter Haff

Join us for lunch at the Mutferter Haff in Moutfort.

Friday 18th May, 12.30 pm

Other area members are warmly welcome.

Please contact Enid Isaac for more information:

 

 

 

Newcomers’ Lunch

If you’re new to Luxembourg and/or the BLC, why not join us for a social event? You can meet new and old members alike and find out more about what the BLC has to offer!

Any questions? Joanne and Hilary would be happy to hear from you. Just email: newcomers@blc.lu

 

Afternoon Tea

Join us for some delicious treats at Naturata, Munsbach

Monday 7th May, 2pm

All areas welcome.

Kim & Moira, Area K

 

Play in the Park

Bring your own mug, tea/coffee provided

More dates to follow as weather dependant – keep up to date on BLC Facebook page.

No need to RSVP, feel free to come along on the spur of the moment. If you need any further information or directions please get in touch on kids@blc.lu.

 

 

 

 

Dinner

Join us for a relaxing start to your weekend.

At the  Johannishof restaurant and winery  in Mesenich (just over the border and a stone’s throw from Wasserbillig)

Friday 4 May, 7.30pm

All areas welcome.

RSVP Sandra (Area J) by Wednesday 2 May

 

 

 

 

 

 

British Embassy Open Day

Come and tour the official Residence and gardens of HM Ambassador John Marshall

You can also:

– Watch the Royal Wedding on a big screen

– Learn Scottish dancing

– See a variety of art by British artists

– Meet and find out more about the British Luxembourg Society, the British Ladies Club and the British Living in Luxembourg Group (BRiLL)

 

Register for free: https://ukinlux.eventbrite.co.uk/

Public parking opposite at the St Esprit car park

 

** Please note that entry will not be permitted without proof of registration AND national ID **

 

Membership Renewal

Don’t forget it’s time to renew your BLC membership, we now offer two types of membership Full (€32) and Digital (€25) for more details see Membership.

Please pay the appropriate fee into the bank account shown below:

Bank: BCEE
Account Name: BLCL
BIC code: BCEELULL
IBAN: LU06 0019 2855 9484 8000

Membership Year: 1st June 2018 to 31st May 2019

NB monies must be received by the 31st August otherwise you will be removed from the BLC membership and if applicable the mailing list, website and Facebook.

Julie’s Cheese and Wine Evening

Our former treasurer and dear BLC Member Julie Ellman-Brown has very kindly offered to open up her home and beautiful garden to a cheese and wine evening to be held in support of our annual charities. Last year, it was an amazingly classy evening, which saw many prizes given away. Many more prizes will be on offer again this year.

To attend this evening, you need to pay 10 Euros in advance at the following bank account, stating: Cheese and Wine Evening – Name, Last name

BLC Special Events account: IBAN LU08 0019 2955 6611 7000.

For issues related to registration and payment, kindly send an email to: treasurer@blc.lu

This is an event with partners, so you are welcome to bring your spouses!

Be quick to sign up and avoid disappointment!

 

 

 

BLC Movie Night

Calling all cinema fans!

Dinner and a movie!  Exact details to be decided nearer the time.

If you would like to come along or add your vote to which film we should see, do get in touch with movies@blc.lu.

Hope to see you there!

 

Coffee and Croissant

Join us at Opkorn, Paul’s Patisserie

Tuesday May 15th at 9:30 am

Everyone welcome!

Joanne & Hilary

Area F

 

Newcomers’ Coffee Morning

If you’re new to Luxembourg and/or the BLC, why not join us for a social event? You can meet new and old members alike and find out more about what the BLC has to offer!

First drink is on the BLC.

 

Coffee Morning

Join us for coffee, chat and maybe a pastry!

Wednesday April 18th, 9:30 am

No need to RSVP, but if you would like to come or need any further information please contact Miriam. We look forward to seeing you!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Girls’ Night Out

Come join us for dinner at Namaste Restaurant (Indian) near the Gare.

Wednesday April 4th, from 7pm

Please email area-n@blc.lu or text by Tuesday, 3rd April if you are coming.

 

 

 

 

 

Toddle Waddle

A NEW playgroup from toddling/waddling to age 3

Where:

Old St George’s school
10-12 Rue des Marguerites, 2127 Luxembourg.

Lots of on-street parking (no parking is allowed in the school yard please!).

Plenty of space for strollers, the number 20 bus route is the most direct or only a short walk from the Coque tram stop

 

When:

The group will run from 9.30am – 11.30am
every second Thursday starting 19th April 2018
except during school holidays

 

What:

This is a volunteer led playgroup, we’ll sing some nursery rhymes and tea and coffee will be flowing, please bring your own mug and the kettle will be on!

There’s no snacking inside but there’s a lovely small play park outside and you are of course welcome to bring something for your little one to enjoy out there.

Babies accompanying siblings are welcome but please be aware that the group will be aimed at toddlers and so please keep an extra watchful eye on your littlest one 🙂

 

Buffet Lunch

Join us at the Fleur de Lotus restaurant (next to the Walfer shopping Centre in Walferdange/Helmsange)

Tuesday April 24th, 12 noon

All areas are welcome to come.

R.S.V.P. by Monday, 23rd April

 

Swim and Splash

Some time at the pool for kids to swim and splash whatever the weather!

If you would like to join, simply get in touch with the host below.

If you are interested in organising your own Swim and Splash at a pool near you, just let us know where and when by emailing kids@blc.lu.

 

Forest Walk

Join us again for a lovely 5km walk in the forest in Medingen.

Friday April 27th, 10 am

Meet at the bus/car park. All areas welcome. I will be bringing my baby in an ‘outdoors’ pushchair (it can get a bit bumpy). Bring a little snack and a drink for a pit stop midway.

Please let Cherry know if you are interested: area-h@blc.lu

Pipsqueaks – Morning

Pipsqueaks is a group for parents to get together with their younger-aged children for a sing-along session at a member’s home, or sometimes we organise meet-ups somewhere outside for some fresh air and a run-around. Newcomers always welcome.

It’s a very relaxed morning where the mums get to chat and drink coffee… we also sing a few nursery rhymes so that we can pretend we’ve really come for the kids rather than to socialise and get a caffeine hit! This is a really fun group that we are keen to keep going.

We’ve also created a new group on Tuesday afternoons called Coffee, Cake and Play so that our ‘graduates’ can still meet up. All ages are welcome and many older and younger siblings will be coming too. If the children want to we will also sing some nursery rhymes.

Please plan to arrive in time for a 9:45 a.m. start so parents with school-aged children are able to collect them from school.

Thank you very much!

 

Pipsqueaks – Morning

Pipsqueaks is a group for parents to get together with their younger-aged children for a sing-along session at a member’s home, or sometimes we organise meet-ups somewhere outside for some fresh air and a run-around. Newcomers always welcome.

It’s a very relaxed morning where the mums get to chat and drink coffee… we also sing a few nursery rhymes so that we can pretend we’ve really come for the kids rather than to socialise and get a caffeine hit! This is a really fun group that we are keen to keep going.

We’ve also created a new group on Tuesday afternoons called Coffee, Cake and Play so that our ‘graduates’ can still meet up. All ages are welcome and many older and younger siblings will be coming too. If the children want to we will also sing some nursery rhymes.

Please plan to arrive in time for a 9:45 a.m. start so parents with school-aged children are able to collect them from school.

Thank you very much!

 

Pot Luck Lunch

Bring along a dish to share and enjoy some lunch surprises. Please let me know if you would like to come and let me know what you would like to bring. All areas welcome!

Friday March 9th, 12 noon

Please contact Sandra before Tuesday 6th March.

 

 

Herbal Walk

When: Meet at 5.45pm to pick up the booklet. Walk begins at 6pm.

How long: approx. 90 mins

Where: Office of the Fonds du Kirchberg, 4, rue Erasme, L-1468 Luxembourg.

The office is next to the entrance to the Coque 2 underground car park, where you can also pick up a free copy of the wild herb brochure in English, French or German.

Contact: Viviane Craig: 621 59 61 19.

Come along with family, friends, colleagues for “A Walk on the Floral Side” of the Kirchberg parks to discover the traditional medicinal values of some wild flowers and common weeds with qualified Medical Herbalist Viviane Craig.

The walk is all on a smooth, paved surface.

 

 

 

Wine Tasting with Excluvino

The BLC has been invited to attend a wine tasting organized by Excluvino, to taste wines from BOLIVIA.

WHEN: Friday, 23rd March 2018
20.00 to 22:00

This event is free. All you need to do is register, and bring a friend!

BLC Annual Car Boot

Start clearing some clutter in your garage as the 25th Car Boot Sale will be held on

Saturday 2nd June 2018

Parking Adenauer, Boulevard Adenauer, Kirchberg 

Book and pay for your spot, come along and sell your unwanted treasures from the boot of your car or on a table. Any profit you make is yours. Selling starts at 9am.

Bikes, clothes, bric-a-bac, books, toys, furniture, in fact anything you can fit into (or onto) your car.

ALL ITEMS SOLD MUST BE SECOND HAND               

ABSOLUTELY NO TRAILERS OR VANS

If you don’t have a car, take the shuttle bus and come and browse instead. There will be a London red double decker bus from the Glacis, running from 9 until 4 pm, non stop.

Stallholders CANNOT sell food or drinks as this will be provided by the Oasis Stand.

Helpers on the day, especially parking helpers, gratefully received! Parking helpers will need to be on site from 6.45am and will not be able to set up their stall (if they have one) until all the cars are safely in position.

A spot will cost 20 euros for paid-up BLC members (membership must be completed and acknowledged prior to booking) and non-members are eligible to book at a cost of 25 euros.

Please note, requests from paid-up members will take priority.

 

TO RESERVE A SPOT

Contact details for all enquiries:  carboot@blc.lu  (no telephone enquiries)

NO BOOKINGS WILL BE TAKEN BEFORE 23rd APRIL.

Please note there will be NO REFUNDS for cancellations as all profit from the sale of spots is passed to the Ville de Luxembourg Social Fund.

PAYMENTS TO: BLC at BCEE LU59 0019 2855 9485 5000, please mention “CBS and your participation number” which is provided upon your application.

Payments to be received by 17th May, 2018.

More information will follow in the May newsletter.

 

 

Pipsqueaks – Morning

Pipsqueaks is a group for parents to get together with their younger-aged children for a sing-along session at a member’s home, or sometimes we organise meet-ups somewhere outside for some fresh air and a run-around. Newcomers always welcome.

It’s a very relaxed morning where the mums get to chat and drink coffee… we also sing a few nursery rhymes so that we can pretend we’ve really come for the kids rather than to socialise and get a caffeine hit! This is a really fun group that we are keen to keep going.

We’ve also created a new group on Tuesday afternoons called Coffee, Cake and Play so that our ‘graduates’ can still meet up. All ages are welcome and many older and younger siblings will be coming too. If the children want to we will also sing some nursery rhymes.

Please plan to arrive in time for a 9:45 a.m. start so parents with school-aged children are able to collect them from school.

Thank you very much!

 

Pipsqueaks – Afternoon

Pipsqueaks is a group for parents to get-together with their younger-aged children for a sing-along session at a members home or sometimes we organise meet-ups somewhere outside for some fresh air and a runaround. Newcomers always welcome.

We’ve also created a new group on Tuesday afternoons called Coffee, Cake and Play so that our ‘graduates’ can still meet up. All ages are welcome and many older and younger siblings will be coming too. If the children want to we will also sing some nursery rhymes.

Ladies’ Evening Meal

Join us for an evening meal at the Restaurant Annapurna 3 in Mamer (Indian cuisine)

Wednesday March 14th, from 7:30 pm

RSVP to Hilary or Jo

Albania

Transport yourselves to Albania for the evening as Jugera (An area A member) tells you about her home country.

Wednesday 21st February at 7.30p.m. at Heisdorf

If you are interested in coming please contact area-a@blc.lu by19th February.

Talk on Depression

Tuesday February 13th, at 2pm at Ikea

I suffer very badly with depression and have done so for the past 35 years.  I am usually down for two weeks where I cannot do anything, leaving the apartment, meeting people etc.  Then I have three weeks where I feel normal.  I have already checked my diary and on February the 13th I will be feeling normal so it is possible for me to give a talk about depression. If anybody is interested in attending this talk you are more than welcome to come.  At IKEA they have a childcare facility for your children for one hour which is  free.

Please call me if you are interested in attending this talk.  If not, just turn up on the day. Email area-f@blc.lu