Monthly Archives: June 2017

the value of volunteering …

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What make you ‘tick’?

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do not be afraid …

I am a member of a Bible study group at my local church. We enjoy using the materials from York Courses. This year York Courses produced Daily Devotional Readings – from Easter to Pentecost. We are using these readings as the basis for our weekly discussion sessions. Each reading is one page and they vary in nature. Sometimes it is a biblical analysis. Others take a theme like “saints” or focus on someone of interest such as Eglantyne Jebb, the founder of Save the Children... read more

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Dreams come true …

My last post for this blog was about our community consultation on the creative work of the WIN Project and the community’s dreams for what the work could become. Now, just over six months later, many of those dreams have become realities. Studio 46, our weekly drama group for adults, was one of those dreams.

We opened our doors for the first time at the end of October offering a 9 week course in drama, now we are six months down the line and the weekly sessions are a firm fixture in the diaries of the group’s membership which has more than doubled since we began... read more

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