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Barnabas celebrates 1st Anniversary June, 2014
We marked the anniversary of the reopening of Barnabas House, on the 30th May with a dedication and blessing at the house. To celebrate the blessing, residents of the home baked delicious cakes to share with the guests they had welcomed into their home. Our Senior Chaplain, Jonathan Martin led the dedication and blessing at the house, with the help of Barnabas' Chaplain Mo Willis. Sam, a previo... Read more
April 2014 Network News May, 2014
Spring has arrived - and we’ve been busy finalising our Spring Newsletter – which will be on its way to you next month! Keep an eye on your letterbox (and inbox)! Until then, please read on for our rundown of the last month at Alabaré. We hope you all enjoyed a Happy Easter, and would like to thank you for your continued support! Andrew Lord Chief E... Read more
Church Link News: June 2014 May, 2014
Welcome to the June edition of the Church Link News. This addition to our monthly Alabaré Network News is written specifically to honour and thank our church congregation supporters who share our dedication to our vision of “a society where everyone has the opportunity to enjoy a fulfilling life”. As you have just read, we start this month's communication on a sad n... Read more
Young People's WW1 History Roadshow May, 2014
Marking the centenary year of the start of World War One, on Saturday 10th May some of our residents at The Orchards, our young people’s home in Devizes, hosted a WW1 History Roadshow. Intermittent showers didn’t dampen spirits, as guests enjoyed an emotive display of artefacts and memorabilia from the war. Not only were minds filled with thoughts of life on the front line, an... Read more