In June we were able to celebrate and thank our wonderful volunteers for all their help and support!
Have a read about all our other activites in the June Newsletter.
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A busy May for the team with lots of activities supporting Mental Health Awareness Week, 15-21 May.
Our ‘History Hikers’ walking to Hampton Court Palace to visit and learn some of the history of the beautiful gardens.
In the March newsletter have a look at the video, produced by Richmond Council, highlighting some of our services, read about the recent housing support (and success) for one of our clients and all the activities for the Peer Group/Buddy Up/Connect to Tech etc.
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February has been another busy month! We’re reminding clients about the £170 fuel grant, our Spade Supehero’s have worked over winter, the Buddy Up group had fun at London Zoo and we’ve happily welcomed new team members.
We’ve had a busy start to 2023 welcoming new staff, Buddy Up/Peer group/Connect to Tech activites & more!
Our latest newsletter also covers the upcoming Cost of Living payments which you can read all about here:
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