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Alabaré becomes member of COBSEO February, 2015
We are proud to have joined COBSEO - The Confederation of Service Charities as an Associate member. COBSEO provides a collective voice for charities and organisations who are supporting members of the Armed Forces community. Permananent members of the COBSEO group include prominent Forces charities such as ABF- The Soldiers' Charity, Help for Heroes, Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund, The R... Read more
Dick Whittington arrives in Salisbury February, 2015
Dick Whittington and the cast of our fifth annual Pantomime took to the stage of St Mark's Church Salisbury last Friday in a production written and performed by Alabaré's Happy Mondays Writing Group. The audience were treated to a joyous evening of classic panto banter, fantastic costumes, music and dance. Ably led by writer, narrator and Support Worker Stephen McAuliffe, the stars... Read more
Inspire Awards - November to December 2014 February, 2015
Yvonne Way, Alabaré's Property Manager, received an Inspire Award in November. "Yvonne I feel has gone above and beyond her role over this past year in managing a challenging workload along with a complex and increasing property portfolio.... Yvonne is a caring and compassionate colleague who will always go the extra mile for Alabare. I feel it is time Yvonne's hard work... Read more
Community 4 to close February, 2015
We have heard this week that Wiltshire Council have decided that the floating support service run by Community4 – a consortium made up of Alabaré, GreenSquare, Splitz Support Service, and Developing Health & Independence (DHI)- is to come to an end on 31 March 2015. The Council has emphasised that its decision is simply a financial one – unfortunately, they have insuffici... Read more