WE HAVE MOVED TO NEW PREMISES. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS
Christmas 2017 & our last meal at the old venue!
A big thank you to all of the staff and volunteers who put a huge amount of effort into the day
Cafe vistiors sitting down for a christmas meal
one of our cafe vistiors who was dressed as sanata along with one of the staff from boots who came to help us.
COME AND VOLUNTEER WITH US IN 2018
Happy new year!
This year has certainly started with a bang for us. We have now moved to our new premises and are super excited about the coming year. There is much work to be done to get the projects up and running again after the holidays. We are taking on new staff and putting our efforts into building the service user base, beginning with a drive to engage the community living near and around Hill View Community Centre. We have bags more space and can offer much more to our service users. Visitors are always welcome to come and see what we do and to help to contribute to the spirit of social inclusion that we strive to achieve as an organisation.
With the run-up to Christmas, we are busier than ever. We are moving to lovely new premises on the 2nd of January. We are very excited as these premises have a lot to offer. We will be moving to Hill View Community Centre on Ransom road. We hope to keep seeing the familiar faces of our regular service users and look forward welcoming new faces, as we extend our service to meet the growing needs of the communities we serve. We are now supported by Metropolitan housing who own the new premises and feel extremely positive about this new phase of our evolution. Our last evening meal of the year will be our Christmas meal, held at our current premises. We have a real festive treat lined up for our service users from crackers to Christmas carols, we are going to have a right good send off!
Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New year.
15th October a chilling story
Recently a homeless person asked me for a blanket or a sleeping bag because he is sleeping under the shelter from a shop building. It's amazing to think how they can sleep in such cold weather without any warm clothes or beddings. And it's amazing how a simple blanket, which we may just throw away, can make someone else's life easier. if you got any single blankets, sleeping bags, gloves, warm hats or socks. You can help a homeless person keep the elements at bay by donating them to our clothes bank.