We are looking for people to take part in the hit Channel 5 TV cleaning/decluttering series – Filthy House SOS – and we’re looking to spread the word to find people who might need a little bit of help tidying or cleaning up their homes. Channel 5’s and 5star’s hit cleaning show is looking for people across the UK who are in need of some professional help keeping their homes clean and tidy. Filming in December this year until February 2021, this series sees expert cleaners clean each home in just four days and then gives each of our participants tips to keep their home clean for good. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in an application form here https://form.jotform.com/201614460158348. Alternatively, you can call me Teona 0161 518 0335 and I’ll be happy to chat with you about the show and what it entails – . We’re looking forward to changing more lives for
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Hertfordshire Equality Council – board of trustees from different communities wish to issue a message of “solidarity” after “Black Lives Matters” protests continue to take place in the US, UK and around the world. The protests came about after the brutal killing of George Floyd was captured on video while he was under arrest by police in Minneapolis 13 days ago. Video footage showed George Floyd, 46, being arrested was killed in police custody in Minneapolis and a white police officer continuing to kneel on his neck even after he pleaded, he could not breathe. Protesters chanted “I can’t breathe” and “Black Lives Matter”. Hertfordshire Equality Council said: “We acknowledge and understand the anger currently felt by so many, especially those from our Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities, (BAME) and we stand in solidarity with you in the absolute belief that every individual and all communities should feel they
The Welwyn Hatfield CVS called out to local businesses in Welwyn Hatfield to support the community during COVID-19
When lockdown for the UK was announced due to the coronavirus pandemic, The Welwyn Hatfield CVS called out to local businesses in Welwyn Hatfield to support the community and key workers in any way they can. Sala Thai Kitchen responded and has been generously donating hot meals to key services along with lovey cakes produced by neighbouring bakers Claire’s Cakes, Daniela’s Home Bakery and Twisted cakes by Tia. Yesterday they delivered to the staff at Oakview Lodge Care and Nursing Home. They have also been delivering to East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust Lister Hospital in Stevenage and QEII Hospital Urgent Care Unit in Welwyn Garden City.
21st April 2020; Residents and staff at Oakview Lodge Care Home in Welwyn Garden City kicked off a static cycle ride of over 1042 miles this week, as the team at the care home bid to raise funds for the NHS Charities Together and Age Concern. Leading the pack of riders is 91-year-old resident John Nash, who started the fundraising effort on Monday at 2pm cycling the first stretch of miles. John was one of the brains behind the idea and his birthday falls on the 24th April, when he is planning to celebrate by putting in yet more miles. John will be joined by Oakview Lodge Care Home residents and staff throughout the week, who will be taking it in turns to travel as far as they can. The team at the care home decided to add up the distance between all of County Court’s 32 care homes across