Two events in Ipswich have launched the start of a campaign to maximise awareness of recycling and the importance and value of the local environment.
News: November 2015
Shiregreen’s fallen soldiers have been remembered at a moving Remembrance Sunday ceremony at the community cemetery’s war memorial.
Banbury Foodbank will be stocking its shelves this autumn following a welcome delivery of produce from generous Sanctuary Housing staff.
A Telford choir set up to boost mental health has held its biggest performance yet – at a Sanctuary retirement living scheme’s annual Big Lunch, attended by dozens of community members.
Football mad youngsters from Lache learnt about the benefits of living a healthier lifestyle when they trained with Chester Football Club in a visit organised by Sanctuary Housing.
Westminster residents sampled rainbow salads and smoothies as they enjoyed a free health and well-being event in Pimlico.
Lifesaving first aid training for babies and children is being offered for free to parents and carers living in the Noel Park area.
A terror-ific time was had by Torbay residents at a monster mash this Halloween.
Hackney residents came together for a fruitful event to celebrate the start of creating an edible park at Mabley Green.
Creative workshops in the Normacot area of Stoke have been helping to reduce social isolation amongst local women and girls.