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June Network News June, 2014
I know what you’re thinking; we’ve gotten ahead of ourselves and skipped ahead to June, forgetting May’s eNews. Well, not quite… At Alabaré we believe in looking to the future: expanding our services and helping more people lead happy, independent lives. We want the news we send to reflect that, so we’ve given our Network News this small tweak. Please read ... Read more
We were delighted to host a teaparty on Friday to celebrate the opening of our Old Sarum Development & Garden Centre. The running of the horticulture service transferred from the Shaw Trust to Alabaré on the 10th June. Local MP John Glen kindly joined us to cut the ribbon, officially opening the centre, and also planted a ceremonial tree within the grounds of the centre. Du... Read more
Major Charles Malet is part of our dedicated team of Gloucestershire Ambassadors. He has served with the Coldstream Guards, and completed operational tours of Afghanistan, but now dedicates his time to his work as the ‘brewer, barman, chief cask washer and director’ of Forces Brewery in Cirencester, and Alabaré Ambassador. In order to raise money for our Gloucestershire Homes... Read more
APPG Inquiry into Hunger and Food Poverty June, 2014
Some of our members of staff and service users from Alabaré Place and Community4 spoke at the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) Inquiry into Hunger and Food Poverty on the 6th June in Salisbury. The APPG was established by Frank Field MP and Laura Sandys MP in October last year to proactively investigate the root causes behind hunger, food poverty and the huge increase in demand for f... Read more