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August Network News August, 2014
eNews August 2014 Aside from a couple of storms, we’ve been enjoying some fantastic Summer weather this month and we hope you’ve had the chance to enjoy it too! Last month’s AGM and the release of our 2013/2014 Annual Review has put us in a reflective mood here at Alabaré this month, so if you were unable to join us for our Annual Celebration please read on to catch up ... Read more
Lord Mayor visits Bristol Home for Veterans August, 2014
We were delighted to receive a visit from The Rt. Hon. The Lord Mayor of Bristol, Councillor Alastair Watson and his wife The Lady Mayoress of Bristol, Mrs Sarah Watson on the 31st July. The visit came as Bristol County Council signed up to the Armed Forces Community Covenant, pledging their support to initiatives such as our Bristol Home for Veterans. The Lord Mayor was given a tour of the hou... Read more
Join the Cardiff Half July, 2014
Our first Wales Home for Veterans is due to open in Pontypridd later this year. We are looking for runners to take part in this year’s Cardiff Half to raise money for the new Homes, and although we have some eager sprinters ready to go we still have spaces left for more keen runners. There are less than 12 weeks to go until the starter pistol sounds on the 5th October, which coincidentall... Read more
The Robert Powell Award July, 2014
Sometimes we meet people who despite facing significant trauma in their own lives and battling their own mental health difficulties for many years go out of their way to help others. We are privileged to be a part of this journey and would like to share with you Rob’s story. Rob was referred to Alabaré Include in February 2012 when he was 36. He’d experienced sign... Read more