We’re very grateful to the Rotary Club of Southampton and Iceland Foods for preparing substantial Christmas hampers for some of our most vulnerable service users. Iceland staff and Rotarians literally worked through the night to get the hampers ready! Many thanks also to our volunteers who distributed these!
We’re excited that our 12th annual Tree of Light virtual switch on will be happening on Sunday 6th December at 4.50pm. The Mayor of Southampton will be giving a message of support for the campaign. So tune in at 4.50pm on Sunday when this YouTube link provided by St Mark’s Church, Archer’s Road Southampton will... Read More
We are very grateful to the staff at Drop the Mask (www.dropthemask.co.uk) for making our virtual Tree of Light switch on happen in the next few days, and for filming and making videos for us at no charge. Please check out these two lovely promo videos created for us by Drop the Mask: Tree of... Read More
Despite Covid-19 we’re delighted to announce that we’re launching our 12th annual Tree of Light campaign, although this year it will be run differently as due to the lockdown we are unable to have our usual official switch on by the Mayor. One of the beautiful pines in the Woolston Millennium Garden will still be... Read More
We’re delighted to have a stand selling lots of Christmas goodies at the CRY – Care and Relief for the Young – Christmas market on Saturday 12th December, at King’s Community Church, Upper Northam Road, Hedge End, SO30 4BZ. The CRY Christmas Market, has been running for six years, growing bigger and better each year... Read More
Following on from our previous Tree of Light stories, we are now delighted to share this video, produced by Solent University student, Abbie Elizabeth Lambden. We think she’s done a fab job capturing the light switch on at St. Mark’s Church, Archers Road. There’s also a cheeky interview with our Manager, Annie, the Vicar of... Read More
Please share our Tree of Light poster and let people know about the Christmas fun events we have happening at St Mark’s Church, Archer’s Road this Sunday 1st December at 4pm, Wednesday 4th December at The Mayor’s Parlour, Civic Centre (ticketed event so please see here to book free tickets, and Saturday 7th December at... Read More
Could you be a much needed volunteer driver for our Christmas tea parties? We would love to get as many people as possible to come, as Christmas can be a lonely time of year for some of our service users, and the parties are much enjoyed by everyone. We are looking for volunteer drivers to... Read More