Local NCS Choose Twigs for their "Social Action Project"

As part of their NCS social action project 9 students and their leader had a great day working alongside trainees in the Twigs project at The Emily Jordan Foundation during the last week of August. The group were a joy to have as volunteers creating fun and laughter among themselves, trainees and staff as well as doing an awesome job stripping, hoe-ing and preparing a pretty sizeable flower bed along with potting plants with trainees. The National Citizen Service exists to allow year 15-17 year old teenagers to gain experience “helping to create a more engaged, more cohesive and more socially mobile society.” This year over 300,000 students across the UK took part over 4 weeks during their

The Velo Is Coming Through Bewdley!

The Velo is coming through Bewdley on the 24th September. Bewdley town council have taken the opportunity to decorate the town, and The Emily Jordan Foundation was chosen to support the local community by supplying bike parts to use in their displays. As a result, we have received £400 from Bewdley residences and businesses! A fantastic donation. Our very own Bob, a volunteer at the Foundation has created two fantastic sculptures purely for the Velo event. Bob is the husband of Wendy, our Operational Manager- As if you work for us, it becomes a family affair! It took him 50 hours. A big thank you to Bob. We will be putting these into place - the Bewdley sign will be placed outside St Mary's

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