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Location: PE13 5QH
A Happy Hippy Summer Solstice Fest! Fun & Frolics ~ Live music (Folk to Rock), arts & crafts of every possible style (Jewellery, Textiles, Felts, Magical & Mystery Crafts, Natural Skincare, Therapies, Tarot, Crystals, Wood Turning, Fair Trade including Clothing.... to name a few!)
Live owl display. Festival foods to suit all. Licensed bar including real ale & cider! Fun for the little ones including bouncy castles, fairground attractions, face painting ~ you name it, we're sure it's there somewhere!
For further information, booking a stall or anything else that is fest' related, please send a friend request to Naomi At Eztak on Facebook.
This is a FREE to enter festival for the public ~ however bucket shakers will be stalking you on the day, so be kind to them & make sure you dig deep for the two fantastic charities - Guide Dogs & Cancer Research UK!
For more information on stalls, please look through the posts on the Rainbow Summer Solstice Page on Facebook
We are a web and graphic design studio based in St Neots, Cambridgeshire. Our skills cover everything from corporate identity, graphic and website design to illustration, typography, analytics and social media but at the heart of each project lies a clear, customer-focused and effective communication.
Cambridge Korean School (CKS) is a Supplementary Community Education in Cambridge. CKS teaches Korean language, culture and heritage to the general public. It runs during term time on Saturday mornings at St Augustine's Church in Richmond Road and members range from age 3 to adults. CKS offers members lessons with a minimum tuition fee. CKS is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee and a registered charity.
A registered charity (No. 1091682) formed to provide support for vulnerable, homeless young women in Cambridge.
We are always interested in hearing from people keen to volunteer or fundraise for us! Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
More information on what we do: ‘We support the residents of Whitworth House to achieve their full potential, guiding them to independence by offering practical support that will enable them to become capable, independent women. ’While young women are resident in Whitworth House, they are encouraged to undertake training and gain qualifications – the Friends help them with associated costs such as fares, money for field trips, art materials, work clothes, computer equipment and internet access.
We raise funds for social activities, to encourage a sense of companionship in the house – activities might include barbecues, pizza evenings, cinema trips, bonfire nights and outings.We help provide items for the house to help it feel more like a home and less like a hostel.
We also support individuals who arrive with nothing, so that they have basics such as bed linen and cooking equipment.We support residents with fees for classes in skills such as self-defense and cooking on a budget, to help their confidence in independent living.
We help meet individual needs of residents as they arise – for example helping with the cost of moving on into unfurnished accommodation by providing essential household items, helping with legal costs, and even helping with the purchase of camping equipment for a resident who wanted to achieve the Duke of Edinburgh’s Gold Award. We make sure that every resident is remembered at Christmas with a box of presents.
Our charity is a chinese community centre, our aim is to promote chinese culture to mainstream society; help new chinese immigrants to integrate into society as well as organise activities for Chinese and local people.
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Location: PE3 6LW
Sue Ryder - Thorpe Hall Hospice have been providing compassionate, timely and expert palliative care for over 20 years. We care and support people over the age of 18 with active, progressive and advanced illnesses. Our focus is on the quality of life. We also offer support to families and carers.
Our multi-professional team cares for physical as well as psychological, social and spiritual needs, aiming to help you achieve the best possible quality of life.
We offer specialist palliative care services to people from Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, Fenland, Northamptonshire, Leicestershire and Rutland. There is no charge for receiving care from the hospice.
At Thorpe Hall Hospice we provide:
specialist palliative care and symptom management
end of life care
bereavement support (for children and young people in Peterborough working with Cruse Bereavement Care)
as well as day opportunities for people living
with neurological conditions and dementia.
We do not have set visiting times. However patients may express preferences over when they welcome visitors. There may also be times when it is only appropriate for close family members and loved ones to visit so please check with a family or staff member before making the journey to Thorpe Hall.
We only accept referrals from health and social
care professionals – please speak to your
healthcare professional if you are in hospital,
or your general practitioner, Macmillan nurse,
community services, or other clinical nurse
Location: PE2 8AN
At Sova Cambridgeshire Probation Mentoring Project we support and encourage people on probation to steer clear of crime.
With the help of our team of local volunteers we are able to give each offender someone who is on their side; a trained mentor ready to offer the practical advice and emotional support needed to deal with everyday life in the community.
For example mentors might support people as they look for somewhere to live, help them to find and keep a job or get new skills and qualifications. They make sure offenders get any specialist support they need to tackle addictions and to re-build difficult relationships with family and friends. Low self-esteem and a lack of confidence can also be a problem, so mentors also motivate and encourage offenders to make good choices and change the behaviour that has got them into trouble in the past.
A free, independent service provided by qualified tax advisers who offer friendly, jargon-free and confidential advice in personal tax. The service is for people approaching 60 or older who are on a modest household income and are worried in any way about a personal tax issue, including self assessment returns.
The English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS) is a vibrant, multi-faceted arts organisation, working locally, nationally and internationally.
Our work broadly covers three areas of activity – learning and participation, performance and artists' development, and advocacy.
Provides accommodation for elderly parishioners in 7 almshouses in the village of Cottenham and gives grants to inhabitants of the parish in need as well as assisting apprentices with fees and grants