Winter Newsletter 2019
One Last Poem
David Naylor suffered acquired brain injury in May 2017, he lost his memory.
One morning David heard a song in my head and he realized he had once written it, David then sold almost all his possessions to pay musicians and recording costs. He is now fundraising to raise enough money to be able to finish his album. 5% of funds raised will be divided equally between two charities – Imperial Healthcare NHS Trust and Headway (The brain injury charity).
As One Community Choir Concert on Tuesday 17th December 2019.
Congratulations! To the Broxbourne Healthy Memory Café (Carers Meet Up) for winning the Leading Lights Award for Excellence in Partnership Working. Working with 17 other Organisations, they won the award from Hertfordshire NHS Community Trust for supporting carers and cared for in the community through the Café.
Some of the team at Discover Letchworth event
Lauren our HR Assistant sadly lost her Grandad in March of this year so she ran the Race for Life in his memory and raised a total of £265!
Feed Up Warm Up – Ricky who is one of our Support Workers is involved in this project for the Homeless and he had a surprise visitor this week …..Jo Paice, our Registered Manager.
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