You are not alone. The UK owes £1.415 trillion in household debt, or £53,786 per household. (Source: Credit Action) The results of a survey published by Citizens Advice just before Christmas reveal that debt problems are affecting almost every aspect of people’s lives and having a damaging impact on their work and home lives, family […]
A simple enough question though for people who have no food and no money to buy any it can obviously give rise to anxiety on a daily basis. However, there is help at hand. Food banks provide invaluable practical help for those in need. It is believed that the first food bank was set up […]
We are asking for your help to try and estimate how many of us who cannot or will not use the Internet. Here’s why. Some of us use the Internet a lot – for buying goods and services, communicating with friends, downloading games, films and music and even meeting potential life partners. Others manage to […]
The GSA Singers provided an evening of entertainment on Saturday 26th January at Priors Field School performing well known songs from musicals to 130 people. The evening organised by Liz Wheatley, Mayor of Godalming raised £1,408 including a raffle which raised £616.10. We would like to thank the cast of the GSA Singers, Peter Roberts, […]
A most enjoyable Bridge lunch was attended by 80 people on Thursday 3rd January 2013 in Farnham. The event raised a tremendous £1,569. Many thanks to all the helpers and people who provided lunch for free!
Haslemere bureau ran a Bridge Tea at Grayswood Village Hall on Friday 9th November raising £800! Thanks go to Angela Wainwright for organising the event and Beila Best, Jane Phillips, Diana Vartan, Daphne, Pat and Caroline (all Haslemere volunteers) for providing a delicious tea.
Gaia Marcus (Royal Society of Arts) gave a very thought-provoking talk about the significance of social networks at our recent Annual General Meeting held on Friday 19 October in Cranleigh Arts Centre. The meeting also saw the launch of our new website, and the handover of the Chair of Trustee role from Norma Corkish to […]