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Mayoral visit at Plymouth Home for Veterans September, 2014
Our Plymouth Home for Veterans was delighted to receive a visit from The Lord Mayor of Plymouth, Councillor Michael Robert Fox and his wife The Lady Mayoress of Plymouth, Mrs Rosemary Fox on the 22nd September. The Lord Mayor was given a tour of the Home and introduced to the residents, during the Open Day visit. The Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress were joined at the event by our fantastic ... Read more
October Network News September, 2014
eNews October 2014 Well the lovely summer weather has stuck around and we’ve enjoyed a number of outdoor pursuits at Alabaré this September. We’ve had staff conquering athletic challenges high up in the mountains, residents creating gorgeous gardens and lots of fun spreading awareness at the Salisbury Big Farm Day Out 2014. There’s so much more to tell you about, so ple... Read more
Big Farm Day Out 2014 September, 2014
We got involved with the Big Farm Day Out at Laverstock Farm, Salisbury on the 13th September. The day featured stalls from various churches and charities, childrens inflatables, a craft barn, prayer barn, music, puppet and drama workshops, and offered children (and the young at heart) the chance to interact with the local animals on the farm. Our marketing team had a fantastic day ... Read more
Another fantastic Barn Dance September, 2014
A crowd of nearly eighty people including staff, service users and supporters of Alabaré met at the Livestock Market last Saturday to dance the night away to the sound of “Scrape the Barrel” folk band. Some of the dances seemed complicated to begin with but with an amazing compere, the enthusiastic participants soon got the hang of them. Huge thanks to Alan and Ma... Read more