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We're hosting a 'Crafternoon' with an Orange theme in support of 'National Refugee Week'. We'll be supporting Herefordshire Council with their mission to🧡 'flood the county with orange hearts'.🧡 Please let us know if you would like to join us. RSVP by the 3rd June mandy.furniss@hvoss.org.uk / 01432 343932If you can, please wear something orange! I've even heard a rumour that some of our ⭐️ 'star bakers' ⭐️ will be baking some delicious treats for the day...🍰We hope to see you there.....Landau Ltd #TNLComFundESF hvoss - Herefordshire Community Wheels No Wrong Door - HVOSS Youth Project Herefordshire Young and Young Adult Carers ... See MoreSee Less
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Great news! We have been awarded another year of funding from Children in Need. Our services are not paid for by the government or Herefordshire Council so we are really grateful to everyone who donates to Children in Need and to those local individuals and organisations who support us. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
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It's wonderful to come back to warm, sunny evenings at #YoungCarersClub after the Easter break. Time to start the annual swingball championships! ... See MoreSee Less
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It's #DeafAwarenessWeek so here's a post to celebrate. Lots of our #YoungCarers already know I can't hear much on my left-hand side and am completely deaf in my right ear. This made mask wearing at clubs really challenging as I couldn't lip read (and is why I like Zoom so much, I can see your faces and hear you all!) This is a picture of me with Badger, who is my unofficial Hearing Dog. I've trained him to bark when he hears alarms, which means he lets me know useful things like when the oven timer goes off or the washing machine finishes its cycle. Unfortunately, I haven't yet managed to train him not to go bonkers when he sees a car or get him to sit still for five minutes, which is why I don't bring him to club 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
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We'd love to know what kind of Easter our #YoungCarers are having so please come along to our online Zoom club at 6pm today to let us know and play some games. If you need the link to join just let us know 🐣 ... See MoreSee Less
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Here's the dates for next term's Young Carer Clubs, make a note on your calendars! ... See MoreSee Less
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More pictures from today's trip to Awnells Farm. Huge thanks to @Delilah'sUmbrella for making us so welcome and giving our Young Carers a much needed break. ... See MoreSee Less
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What a fantastic day we've just had at Awnells Farm thanks to @delilahsumbrella. Our #YoungCarers got to relax and spend time with the animals and it even stayed dry for our picnic! ... See MoreSee Less
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Looking forward to meeting these little ones on our Young Carers trip tomorrow! ... See MoreSee Less
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The joy of lighter, Spring evenings at #YoungCarersClub. We had fun playing outdoors and some Easter crafts to make indoors, the perfect balance. ... See MoreSee Less
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Thanks to Crystal Macangus, Community Champion from Tesco Belmont and her colleagues who kindly donated £300 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 £2500.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’.