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Culture is not what is 'brewed', 'orchestrated' though many and varied manipulations or made 'fashionable' by propaganda; rather, it is an expression and celebration of the beauty of all that human imagination, creativity, ingenuity and work and, through them, the resultant of all human interactions, have been able to create. Culture is not a museum or an art gallery or a theatre or an opera or ballet house; culture is that, what can not, simply, be put in a cup or plate, that people could be asked to 'drink' or 'eat'. Culture is, simply, a means for humanity to stand before and look at the mirror and 'see' what they have been about and what they have done, been and become.





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Come and create things with us. Materials are available. It is always fun. Belsize Creates is a local arts and craft group at Belsize Community Library, on Antrim Avenue. We meet on Wednesdays: 13:00-16:00. Come and see our displays on and around the post box outside Allchin Pharmacy on England's Lane. We Are Knitting the Community Together: Caroline: Belsize Creates




|| Newham Accepts to Review 238 Freedom Pass Applications It Had Rejected Following Complaint by a Disabled Person to the Ombudsperson ||











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|| Thursday: September 07: 2023 || ά. More than 200 residents of the London Borough of Newham are to have their rejected Freedom Pass applications reviewed by the Council, following an Ombudsperson investigation. The UK should stop calling these officials, appointed by law, Ombudsman and, instead, call them Ombudsperson or Highchair or something similar. The Newham Council will, also, review 238 rejected Freedom Pass applications it refused in the financial year 2022-23 in line with its new policy. What’s more, The Humanion urges it to go further and look at the backgrounds of these 238 individuals, whose applications and, as it appears, those, who appealed, might have their appeals rejected, as well, in order to ascertain whether the trend is to reject both applications and appeals of those applicants, who come from the vulnerable groups in society:

Such as, the disabled people, people with many kinds of learning difficulties, health conditions and mental health issues, elderly people with multi-morbidity, people with lack of communication and language skills. Because, the bias could be of the Council, that those, deemed unable to understand and are not seen as capable of making a complaint or appeal should be rejected because that prejudiced view takes the view that, chances are, most of those in this category, will not complain so that the Council will save a great deal of money. Were this to be found to be the case, it would be reprehensible a practice by a local government body and that must not, ever, be allowed to occur against the most vulnerable in society.

The Ombudsperson, following the complaints brought by a disabled resident, has uncovered flaws with the way the Newham Council considered applications for its concessionary travel passes. Despite the Man, providing supporting documents, including from the NHS about his disability, and the fact that he was on a waiting list for a hip replacement, London Borough of Newham rejected his application.

The Man appealed but his appeal was, also, rejected by Newham when the Man complained to the Ombudsperson, who found the Council had not have a specific policy in place for determining Freedom Pass applications and the way it carried out assessments was not in line with guidance.

Mr Paul Najsarek, the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsperson, said,     “We expect councils to follow guidance unless they have a valid reason not to. In this case, the council’s assessment process lacked transparency and officers did not consider whether it was necessary to offer the man an independent medical assessment before deciding his application.

We, also, found the Council did not deal with the man’s application or appeal in a timely fashion. I am pleased the council quickly accepted fault in this case, and has agreed to revisit the cases of other people who may have been affected by its lack of proper policy. By putting a new policy in place, the Council should prevent this situation happening to other people.”

The Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman remedies injustice and shares learning from investigations to help improve public, and adult social care, services. In this case the Council has agreed to apologise to the man and pay him a combined £400 for the uncertainty and avoidable frustration the situation has caused the man. It will, also, request relevant evidence from the man and reconsider his application.

The Ombudsman has the power to make recommendations to improve processes for the wider public. In this case, the Council has agreed to produce a new policy in line with Department for Transport guidance and publish this on its website. :::ω:::

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