Full up, as usual!
Special thanks to volunteers Alessio, Daniel, Laura, Ron, Sarah, Tim and Vicky from
ITV via Benefacto – plus regular volunteers Derek, Margaret, Michael and Tom. Dan & Catherine Joy & Dan Alessio & Wadley Omotosho & Dan Victoria, Vicky and Tim Sarah, Irene and Abe
We had more than 50 people at Whitmore Community Centre — easily the largest attendance ever.
But we managed, thanks to the help of our regular volunteers, plus corporate volunteers Coralie, Lerica and Mia from
Aecom, and John from Carey Group — all via Benefacto.
We broke our attendance record — 39 people!
Special thanks to volunteers Gary, Jaspal, John, Richard and Tracy from
Legg Mason via Benefacto – plus regular volunteers Derek, Michael, Molly, Ram, Sol and Tom. Richard, Tom and Grafton Mickey and Jaspal Anita and Tracy
We had the worst weather ever — but we opened anyway — and we were full as usual.
Special thanks to volunteers Emmanuel, George and John from
Aecom via Benefacto – plus our regular volunteers Derek, Michael, Ram and Tom. Emmanuel and Hyacinth George and Catherine
As an added activity, we asked everybody to complete the
BBC Loneliness Experiment survey, and to test the new Skype number for the podcast. It was impossible to count the successes, but it kept everybody busy.
Special thanks to volunteers James and Terence from
Baringa via Benefacto – plus our regular volunteers Michael and Tom. Tereence, Patricia, Anita Terence, Anita, Evelyn James and Hyacinth
As usual, we were completely full (30 or more people). The highlight was the beginners word-processing workshop, featuring volunteers Lucy, Mark, Paul, Zaida and 1:1 CV help by Saleha — all from
GFT Group via Benefacto.
Special thanks also to our regular volunteers Charlie, Derek, Michael and Tom.
John and Lucy Josh and Zaida Lucy and Catherine Nuala’s dog Patricia and Mark
Despite New Year bleariness, every seat taken.
Special thanks to volunteer Tosin from
Financial Conduct Authority via Benefacto – and our regular volunteers Charlie, Derek and Tom.
Full and very busy — a perfect match for our remarkable volunteer team.
Special thanks to volunteers Astrid (
Mace Group), Eugene ( Aecom) and Robert ( Informa) via Benefacto – plus our regular volunteers Charlie, Derek, Michael and Tom. Astrid and Catherine Eugene and Hyacinth Robert, Josh, Derek
This was my first day volunteering at the
Hackney 50+ Drop-in clinic, and it was brilliant fun – I helped Josh publish his delicious chicken pilaff recipe and did a bit of online shopping with Stan.
It was a pleasure meeting you all, and I hope I can find the time to come back and visit in 2018.
Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!
Despite life-threatening weather, we had another full house (25 – 30 people) as usual.
Volunteer Tom and project lead Sallie were inconvenienced by weather side-effects. Here’s the ICT Room consolation video …
The Meeting Room consolation messages were even more effusive.
Special thanks to volunteers Charlie and Lauren (lurking in the video background) from
Mediacom via Benefacto – plus our regular volunteers Derek and Michael.