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Great to be back at face to face #YoungCarers clubs again and burn off some energy! Our group requested slime making for the next session which is going to be a lot of fun. ...
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We're back at face to face #YoungCarers club tonight after a 16 month absence! We've got individual pencil cases ready for you all, as well as an enhanced cleaning process for venues and equipment, to keep everyone as safe as possible. If you've had a reminder text please do reply to it and don't forget to bring along your new consent form. We are so looking forward to seeing you all again. ๐Ÿ˜Š ...
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Back at face to face club tonight! If you're a member of our Leominster group you'll have had a reminder text so please reply ๐Ÿ™‚ ...
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It's nearly time! Face to face clubs start again soon. Please get in touch if you need more information or help to take part. We'll also still be running our Zoom club on a monthly basis so you can always catch up with us all online too! ...
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Face to face clubs are back this month! Have you missed them?Leominster Club restarts on Monday 13th September, Hereford on Wednesday 22nd and Ross on Friday 24th. Look out for your letter in the post with all the details or get in touch if you need more info. ...
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3 weeks ago

hvoss - Herefordshire
๐Ÿฅณ Herefordshire Young & Young Adult Carers have a blast on their first post-lockdown trip to Dunfield House, Kington!๐ŸฅณHerefordshire Young & Young Adult Carers would like to say a HUGE THANK YOU to Alison and Daniel from Dunfield House Kington, for offering us such a fantastic day full of a wide variety of activities, including plenty of fun and glorious sunshine!They even funded a minibus from Ledbury Community Wheels to transport most of the young people to the venue, for which we are so grateful.Herefordshire Young and Young Adult Carershvoss.org.uk/latest-news/herefordshire-young-young-adult-carers-first-post-lockdown-trip-to-dunfi... ...
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3 weeks ago

Edwina Anne Roberts
What a fantastic fun filled day we've had at Dunfield House.Our hosts, Alison and Daniel were amazing. Such a fabulous place to have a relaxing 'chilled out' break. When asked the question, 'What was your favourite activity' The answers were 'All of it' ๐Ÿ˜ƒOur first trip this year!It really was so good to be able to bring the young and young adult carers together, after 17 months. They so enjoyed being able to spend time together.Dunfield House.......we'll be back ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ™‚ ...
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*YOUNG AND YOUNG ADULT CARERS TRIP*Dunfield House Activity Centre, Kington Herefordshire HR5 3NN Thursday 26th August 2021Dunfield House is an activity centre with excellent facilities for all age groups set in 15 acres of Gardens and Parkland to explore.We will have use of the indoor heated swimming pool as well as the adventure playground, games room and more.To book a place or to ask for more details please contact Carole or Ed (if you need their email address or phone numbers let us know in the comments). Susan is still away at the moment due to family bereavement so Carole and Ed are the ones to contact. Should be a lot of fun! ...
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Please note that Susan is away visiting her mum in hospital so there's NO CLUB THIS WEEK. ...
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This week at club we're feeling creative - whether you think you're good at drawing or not I guarantee everyone will make something AMAZING! Bring pens, paper and join us online on Wednesday, 6pm ๐Ÿ™‚ ...
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Thanks toย Crystal Macangus, Community Champion from Tesco Belmont and her colleagues who kindly donated ยฃ300 so that our Young Carers can enjoy an action-packed day out in the summer holidays! We’re so excited and can’t wait to update you on where we go and what we do.

Student Mia Eacock and Mr Henton (Head Teacher) present a cheque to Susan Brace from Hereford Young Carers Club for ยฃ2500.A massive THANK YOU to The Bishop of Hereford’s Bluecoat School for their fundraising efforts on behalf of Young Carers. Their donation has enabled our Young Carer clubs to continue and we are extremely grateful for their support.

Bishop’s students, staff and Parents, Friends and Supporters Association have worked hard to raise the money following bag packs, fayres, bake sales, a golf day at Burghill. We commit fundraising for two different local and national charities every year.

Mr Henton said ‘It is a great privilege to support charities which improve the opportunities and quality of life for other people. As a Church School, it shows the commitment of everyone in our community in helping others’.