Lisa Nash from Caged Tigers that is based at Basepoint in Bromsgrove won the novel Easter Egg prize in a fund raiser raffle for The Basement Project in Bromsgrove. The egg was kindly donated by Bromsgrove Lions and raised £122 to help support the work of The Basement Project
Julie is taking part in a sponsored walk in Birmingham in aid of CLASP, a charity focusing solely on the stigma of mental and stress related illness, emotional life traumas and suicide. The walk starts at 10am in Eastside City Park, follows a 10mile route along Birmingham’s canal towpaths, and culminates in a festival of mental health and wellbeing at Cannon Hill Park, where there will be a chance to chat and a showcase of mental health and wellbeing services and support networks.
A B2B Network Hub held at Bromsgrove Basepoint raised £786.00 in aid of The MS Society. Local companies, Haines Watts, Prosser Knowles, Thursfields Solicitors and Red Admiral Designs, made generous donations to set up business stands in the Basepoint foyer whilst attendees were able to network and swop business cards over a glass of Prosecco. There was also a raffle with fabulous prizes of bottles Champagne, whiskey and gin, a tea for two...and of course chocolate.
Helen Davies of Coldicott Freelance Training will be holding the workshop here at Basepoint Bromsgrove on Wednesday 26th April 09:30 till 13:00.
My Story Over the past year I have experienced a lot of pain & heartache in this area whilst trying to start a family with my Fiancée of almost 11yrs. The team at Tommy’s in Birmingham have offered support, guidance & understanding at very dark times & have helped us to overcome the grief we have suffered.