Our grateful thanks go to Bradford on Avon Town Council whose £500 donation toward the costs of the Buddy Scheme is very much appreciated.
We are delighted to acknowledge the continued support of the Linnet Trust for Turnaround, our male perpetrator programme for those seeking to make the behavioural changes and not subject their families to the horror of domestic abuse.
As of September, all our volunteers are entitled to free training for certain ASDAN qualifications...
These lovely fireworks creations were produced by Michelle’s children. Michelle started buddying for us in May last year and the following is an explanation:...
Claire, an old hand at buddying took on a sky dive recently. Find out how she get on.
When we first met Helen she was depressed, struggling through the process of losing her daughters to long term foster care, living on a budget and still struggling to get out of a controlling relationship, even though she was divorced 5 years previously and her ex was remarried. She was also being controlled by her son who lived with her ex, his father.
A letter from a Mum after her daughter attended a recent KidzPace group
We are grateful for the £500 donation from Corsham Town Council toward the costs of the Buddy Scheme.
The Splitz team is grateful for the £50 donation raised by the West Wilts Youth Sailing Association in memory of Jem Edmunds, a former trustee of Splitz and a good friend to many of the team.
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