Tesco Wisbech Donate to Read to Succeed

Jodie Goward Wisbech Tesco

Another donation to the Read to Succeed campaign, which aims to receive enough donations of news books to give every year 4 child in North East Cambridgeshire a new book in time for the summer holidays. Tesco Wisbech have kindly donated a selection of books which they currently stock and should anyone wish to donate, …

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Welcoming £39,626.40 for two new minibuses for Rosmini Centre Wisbech

Rosmini buses

Fantastic news that the Rosmini Centre, Wisbech has secured £39,626.40 of funding from the governments Community Transport Minibus fund. The funding has provided for two minibuses, which is the maximum available through the fund and were delivered last month. The Rosmini Centre are one of 300 local charities and community groups in England which have …

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New sports funding delivers 50% increase in tennis membership– but now we need more for the Club to grow further

Wisbech Tennis Opening 2

A tennis success story is growing in Wisbech, as fantastic work from tennis club members combined with new LTA qualified coaches and first class courts is resulting in a surge in membership amongst all ages. It shows what can be done locally if we match passionate grass roots sports volunteers with state of the art …

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Everyone Health Can Help Children Manage Their Weight For Free!

everyone health

Everyone health will be running a new Child Weight Management program in Wisbech and Chatteris. Children between the ages of 7 and 11 will be able to attend weekly sessions which will run for 10 weeks. Sessions will offer fun and interactive workshops which will offer the children nutrition and diet advice. Sessions will be …

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Become a Dementia Friend

Dementia friends

It was fantastic to become a dementia friend at St Augustine’s Church in Wisbech last Friday afternoon. Lisa Lowe, a dementia support worker led a workshop on dementia. I, along with other attendees learnt about the causes of dementia, how to support people living with it and why it is so important to tackle the …

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