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Calling all in Banister Park!

Our Hospital Homecoming project is based on the idea of developing community based “patches” across the city, so that support offered is predominantly through a local team living/working within 10 mins walk of anyone being helped. Consequently we are focusing intensively on specific areas across the city over the coming months to try to form...
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Waffle Club

Like to chat and snack? Join Annie for the launch of our waffle club! Today (Tuesday 13th November), 5-8.30pm @perewaffle. Savoury and sweet options available – see the Pere Waffle website for details https://buff.ly/2qAzdOm

Let’s get quizzical!

Get your general knowledge hats on as it’s almost time for our next Quiz Night! Hosted by Trustee, Barrie Worth there will be several rounds of different topics and they are notoriously challenging – can you beat the Shirley Wonders?? Entry – £7.50 + extra for homemade puddings/raffle. A chilli supper and soft drinks are included...
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Autumnal themed tea party

Our last tea party, with an autumnal theme, was held at Medwall Court in Thornhill. Fitting for the theme, it was a suitably blustery day! But thankfully that didn’t deter guests from attending – we had a wonderful turnout, with both Communicare clients and a number of residents from the court coming along to join...
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Tree of Light 2018

We’re delighted to launch our 10th annual Tree of Light event. One of the beautiful pines in the Woolston Millennium Garden will be covered in hundreds of sponsored Christmas lights to commemorate loved ones and special causes. Suggested minimum donation £7 per light. Tree of Light 2018 Sponsorship Form Sponsor a light via our Facebook event...
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Silver Sunday Tea Party

Our tea party at Meon Court in Harefield was all about celebrating older people, linking in with Silver Sunday. With a constant supply of tea and coffee and delectable cakes (including the best chocolate cookies I have ever tasted, baked by a talented volunteer!), celebrations were indeed in full swing. While we had planned to...
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