Community News #15

Community News #15

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Litter Picking for the Local Community


Service users and staff in Doncaster had a day out litter picking around Stainforth, filling an amazing five bags full of rubbish!

“Some of our service users were amazed to see the amount of rubbish which is abandoned on the roads and walkways,” said staff.

“It gave us a real insight into how much difference a simple day of litter picking can make. We thoroughly enjoyed our time out in the fresh air and sunshine!”

Thank you to Rebecca, Kerry, Leah, Tina, Trinity and Paula for taking part and helping to make Doncaster greener and cleaner.

To organise a little pick at your service, visit your local council’s website!


Mark Visits the Cinema to Watch New Wonka Film


Mark was really looking forward to his next trip to the cinema, and when Wonka came out he felt it was his perfect opportunity!

Booking his seats, he excitedly told his housemates all about the trip he had planned.

Mark said “It was so much better than I thought it would be.”

We’re glad you had a great time Mark!



Ioan, Duncan and Martin Experience the London Philharmonic Live


Ioan, Duncan and Martin in London took an exciting trip to the Royal Festival Hall in Southbank to watch the Philharmonic Orchestra!

The event was chosen by Duncan, who used to be a classical music journalist.

What a fabulous day out, we hope you all enjoyed!



Residents Enjoy Tour of Tower Hamlets Woodland Reserve


Residents in London had a wonderful and informative tour from Ken, the manager of Cemetery Park, which is Tower Hamlets’ only woodland nature reserve!

Everyone enjoyed listening to the birds and visiting the resting place of Hercules Linton, who built the Cutty Sark.

A few weeks later, Ken visited the service to give a historical talk. The residents learned so much about local history, plant life and the creatures that live in Cemetery Park.

“These events mark the first of many future collaborations with the Friends of Cemetery Park organisation!” said Jess, Senior Development Officer.





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