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Sovereign Housing- a Community...

      Have you ever wanted to see change in your community? Do you have an idea of what might help the people who live near you? We are looking for residents and others who are: Committed to where they live Passionate about the work Sovereign does Would like to see change ...more

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Free guides available to suppo...

NHS England has co-produced free guides that provide older people with practical advice to support healthy ageing and caring. The Healthy Ageing and Healthy Caring guides provide information to older people and carers about staying healthy, fit and independent during the winter months. ...more

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Help Us Help You

This year’s winter health campaigns are all about us working together to ensure we all do our best to stay fit and healthy, which collectively will help to reduce pressure on the NHS over winter. Help Us Help You talks about the self-care steps you can take to stay well this winter like ...more

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Intergenerational Rhyme Time a...

Event Date : 17/12/2018

Intergenerational Rhyme Time at Salisbury Library   Join us for a unique, intergenerational rhyme time – whether you are 8 weeks or 88 years, you are welcome to come to this relaxed session for young families and older adults to share childhood rhymes together.   Monday 17 December   2pm   Please book your place at Salisbury Library or phone 01722 324145   Market ...more

Captain Swing and the Blacksmi...

Event Date : 02/02/2019

Our Secret History in Song This workshop will enable students to create their own story plots and dialogue by combining different verse, local to Wiltshire, from the archives at the Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre. We will explore the value of folk song as social ...more

Living Wage in Wiltshire

Event Date : 24/01/2019

Many employers have adopted the real Living Wage as a contribution to tackling in work poverty and inequality. How could this be promoted in Wiltshire? This ‘bite size’ event looks at how societies with less income inequalities have better health, social and wellbeing outcomes for everyone. Why the real Living Wage, as promoted by the Living Wage Foundation, makes an important contribution ...more

Side by Side Volunteer

Side by Side is an Alzheimer’s Society initiative which aims to tackle social isolation and loneliness. Volunteers provide companionship and encourage people with dementia to continue with a hobby or interest, or start a new one. This helps to build the confidence of people living with dementia. Could ...more

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If you have a few hours spare a week could you help us combat childhood illiteracy and listen to some children read in primary schools.  Please visit or see the attached flyer. more

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Fashion and bargain hunters!

We have a thriving charity shop in the centre of Salisbury where we are looking for people who have a couple of hours to spare a week. Its a great way to gain retail experience, gain confidence in a relaxed enviroment, make new friends all whilst having fun! There are lots of roles available, ...more

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tweeted on : Sat Dec 15 07:28

Have a good day lovely Alabare Team....wrap up warm.

tweeted on : Sat Dec 15 07:25

This will be amazing, and a total bargain. Go!

tweeted on : Sat Dec 15 07:23

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