News and Events
Since our last news letter in late May / early June, a lot has been happening. In our Supported Living service – many service users have been able to enjoy holidays and trips out. At Phoenix our love of cooking continues and we’re looking forward to hosting our own music festival at the end of
We are incredibly excited to announce that this year, our local Coventry Building Society branch are continuing their support for us. As their charity partner we are looking forward to working together again over the next year. We hope to have many opportunities to get involved and take part in their in branch events, fundraising
Summer had finally arrived, which means its time to share with you all the wonderful things we have been getting up to since our last newsletter in February. Phoenix is busy welcoming everybody back, and our Social Enterprise has reopened, to find out more please read our newsletter.
Can you help us find what we are looking for? We are searching for more wonderful people to join our board of trustees. We want your ideas, knowledge, experience and support to help us to provide services which ensure vulnerable adults can live the life they want, regardless of their disability. Being our trustee can be
It has been just shy of three months since our last newsletter, and a lot has happened since November! We are now two months into a third national lockdown – but that doesn’t mean we have not been busy, to find out what we have been getting up to across our services, read our newsletter
Dame Janet Trotter (OBE DBE CVO). We would like to welcome our new Patron to St Vincent’s and St George’s Association, Dame Janet Trotter (OBE DBE CVO). Among her many achievements, Dame Janet helped found the University of Gloucestershire in 2001 and served as founding Vice-Chancellor and Principal until 2006. Dame Janet has also held
Anne Cadbury sadly passed away on New Year’s Day. Anne was our much loved Patron for over 50 years, committed to helping and supporting us right to the end. Anne was a hands-on Patron, using her huge range of contacts in the region and beyond to our benefit and also attending the charity’s events and
Saturday 6 June 2020 Take on Crickley, Leckhampton and Cleeve Hill in Cheltenham’s famous 22 mile three peak trek! Prices are: Guided Adult : £ 30 Self-Guided Adult : £12 Self-Guided Child: £6 Self-Guided Family: £ 28 But Early Bird Prices (until end of Jan) are: Guided Adult : £ 20 Self-Guided Adult : £9.50
Take on Cheltenham’s Three Peak Challenge, a one day 22 mile trek challenge and conquer Cleeve, Crickley and Leckhampton Hill, seeing some of the best views that the Cotswolds has to offer! Join the team today and complete this great local challenge for a fantastic local charity, St Vincent’s & St George’s Association. Click to
For the first time ever, St Vincent’s & St George’s Association hold Cheltenham’s Three Peak Challenge! The charity is extremely proud to be able to hold such a great local event, that we hope will attract people of all level’s and abilities to take part. Registration’s are now open and we welcome team entries or
How accessible is Gloucestershire? Christian Drewitt (pictured) has been travelling the length and breadth of the county to assess restaurants, attractions, museums, sport and music venues, to see how accessible they really are for people with disabilities. Christian has kept a log of all of the places he has visited, to help others find out
Helping Hands Community Garden at Well Close House will be on BBC Radio Gloucestershire this Sunday The program is on between 06:00 & 7:00 and again between 09:00 & 10:00 as part of Richard Atkins Sunday morning program. This is the first of a sequence of 12 monthly visits to the gardens at Well Close
It is through the generosity and support of our donors that we are able to provide the high standard of care and support on which we pride ourselves. The £2 a month scheme allows you to make a regular, affordable donation towards the work of this local charity. It’s easy to set up your donation.