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Volunteers with the Childs Hill food bank, run from All Saints' Childs Hill
/ 10 December 2020

New Edmonton food bank now serving more than 200 households

A new food bank set up in September, from All Saint’s Church Child’s Hill is now serving more than 200 households with life saving packages to help stop food poverty for nearby families.


Memory Cafe at home documents and Radio CD
/ 16 November 2020

Memory Café at Home gathers pace to combat loneliness 

Memory Café At Home gathers pace, in North Wembley to combat loneliness and poor memory for those who are in social isolation, due to the Covid-19 Pandemic


Tablets given to care homes
/ 21 May 2020

Tablet computers donated to residents of local care home by St Andrew’s church

St Andrew’s Whitehall Park fundraises with its parishioners to provide tablet computers for a care home in north Islington, so residents can contact their families.


Brent Food Bank partnership
/ 12 February 2020

Willesden church partners with Brent foodbank

St Mary’s Church in Willesden has partnered with Brent foodbank to help cater for rising demand for its services, as they offer a warm place, refreshments and a listening ear to those waiting.


Children on the Grove Estate
/ 23 December 2019

Gurnell Grove transformed into Christmas Winter Wonderland 

Families in Ealing have enjoyed a unique evening as a council estate was turned into a Christmas Winter Wonderland, by the Fresh Expressions, The Grove Community.


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