Monthly Archives: June 2011

Our Front Door

Hugo Lane – Director of Finance For the last eleven years I have walked through (pretty-much) the same front door each day when I come to work. What do I do for a living? I’m the Finance Manager at The … Continue reading

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I Made a Grown Man Cry!

Sophie Balaam – Fundraising Everyone’s working incredibly hard in preparation for our Open Day on the 29th June. One of the things we want to do is give members of the public a better idea of how we work with … Continue reading

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Busy Bees!

Wyn Newman – User Involvement & Development Manager It is all getting a bit frantic at the moment. The private view of the art exhibition and the open day are both at the end of this month and there is … Continue reading

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Volunteer Awards!

Lance Kuhn – Volunteer Manager Last Wednesday The Connection atSt Martin’s volunteers were the proud recipients of 3 awards from Westminster Volunteer Centre. Paolo Clemete was the winner in the category for Volunteer Who Has Made the Greatest Impact. Art … Continue reading

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The Highs and Lows of The Pilgrimage

Sophie Balaam – Fundraiser Part 4 If I had to sum up what I enjoyed most about the Pilgrimage it would have to be that it combines three things I love, which are walking, talking and food! The cakes made … Continue reading

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Talking to Counteract the Walking – The Pilgrimage

Sophie Balaam – Fundraiser Part 3 Over the coming days I really liked the fact that you got to know the people you were walking with. It turned out a lady I was walking with lived round the corner from … Continue reading

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Sore Feet – The Pilgrimage

Sophie Balaam – Fundraiser Part 2 It’s funny how you don’t really feel the number of miles you’ve walked until you sit down. It’s only then that you become aware of your feet and the aching. Sometimes it’s better to … Continue reading

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Walking Wonderland – The Pilgrimage

Sophie Balaam – Fundraiser Part 1 When I told my friends I would be walking 74 miles to Canterbury they thought I was absolutely crazy. In fact one of them said, and I quote: “You know you can quite easily … Continue reading

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