Will you come with me on the
Great British Dog Walk?
Ightham Mote, Sevenoaks on Saturday 21 April
Walk starts at 9.30am
Adults £12 (£10 online) • Children free
Bring your family, friends, dog and picnic to help change deaf people’s lives
Sign up today at www.greatbritishdogwalk.org
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People registered charity in England and Wales no. 293358 and in Scotland no. SC040486
Royal Patron HRH The Princess Royal
Volunteers needed for new Digital Den Club for anyone aged 8-11 coming soon to Swanley Library.
The sessions will include how circuits work; how to program robots; how to make a piano with bananas; and much more…
For more information phone 03000 413131 or email email@example.com or visit
The Big Community Sing - Thursday 21 June 2018
Choirs, quartets, rock and acapella groups and glee clubs are invited to showcase their musical talents at the ‘Big Community Sing’ concert next summer.
This event takes place at the Stag Theatre in Sevenoaks on Thursday 21 June from 7pm.
Singing groups can enter for free.
Successful applicants will be notified by Thursday 1 March 2018.
Tickets to watch the Big Community Sing cost £5 with the funds being used to support local mental health services.
Tickets go on sale from 1 April 2018 at the Stag Box Office by telephone 01732 450175 or online booking www.stagsevenoaks.co.uk
This special event will be music to the ears of singing groups giving them a chance to perform in front of hundreds of people while raising money for local mental health services.
Singing as part of a group is a great way to get involved in the local community and improve health and wellbeing.
It can reduce stress and anxiety and help people who feel secluded or vulnerable.
Our mission is to lead and coordinate the best-personalised care for all ages, sharing our expertise to ensure that all families facing terminal illness get the right support in the best place possible, enabling them to make the most of the time they have.
Care is provided:
- For all ages, from the very young to the very old
- For all diagnoses – not just for cancer
- To support all needs, physical, practical and spiritual
- In all places, at home, hospital, care home or hospice
- To all concerned, patients, carers and families
If you feel you are able to volunteer and help this great charity, please click the button below to download the PDF with details of different roles which are available.
Making Miracles have an amazing opportunity to receive £25,000 from Aviva to pay for their professional counselling service for parents who face the darkest times through Baby Trauma & Bereavement.
Their current funding is soon coming to an end and this money is urgently needed to ensure the service can continue. They are asking all of their supporters to watch the short video, log onto the link below and VOTE for Making Miracles!!
PLEASE take the few minutes to do this to help collect as many votes as possible.
Thank you so much.