When Sarah Watt needed surgery two years ago to remove a tumour from her spine, her life as a professional gardener changed forever.
News: September 2017
Jacki Greening from Torbay has triumphed against the odds to secure rewarding employment after being diagnosed with a debilitating illness.
Bicester resident Derek Needham who is almost totally blind and struggles to leave his home has overcome loneliness and isolation by connecting with others on the telephone.
A new course to help Shiregreen residents already in work to advance their careers is being launched by local charity SOAR supported by Sanctuary Housing.
Residents in Stoke-on-Trent have been getting hands on with pottery during a series of creative workshops.
Funding from Sanctuary Housing is supporting local project Forge Youth to deliver a free weekly activity group for children and teenagers aged 11 – 16, and even more young people are being encouraged to come along.
More than 1,600 children and their families have had a summer to remember after taking part in a host of exciting activities across Blacon.
Essex residents are learning how to make the most of the online world with brand new computer equipment.
Summer might be over, but local youngsters can still play, explore, craft and eat healthily through free sessions at Fort Apache adventure playground in Torquay.
Two exciting employment projects are coming to Shiregreen this month and are set to support local residents.