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Farewell Sarah, hello Grace

After ten years leading our young parents project it has been hard to say goodbye to Sarah Childs. But, we’re delighted to welcome Grace Barnett to the Rendezvous and whilst she certainly has big shoes to fill with Sarah’s help and an extended handover period she’s found her feet quickly and already feels like one of the team.

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Thanks Somerset…

Yeovil learning success

A huge thanks go to Somerset Community Foundation who helped us launch our Yeovil learning hub during the pandemic and who have just confirmed they would like to support us again this year by part-funding the project. A great start to the New Year!

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Christmas!

Wishing everyone a very happy Christmas and the best of health for the festive season!

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Christmas Newsletter out now

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Our latest newsletter is out now containing just some of our highlights of the last few months.

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Christmas Shopping Day 21

Ronnie finds a new home

Ronnie the Rendezvous Tiger caused a great stir at the Festive Shopping Day in Sherborne in December. We are delighted he was found a new home with lucky Caitlin who won the “Name the Tiger” competition.

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The Happiness Advent Calendar

Christmas is coming and this year we wanted to share a different sort of advent calendar – the Action for Happiness Kindness calendar.

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Every penny counts

Easyfundraising

Costs are going up at a terrifying rate and everyone is tightening their belt. But you can help make every penny count by using easyfundraising every time you shop online.

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Last day of filming coming soon…

The last day of filming for the long-awaited orienteering film is coming up! If you’re in Gillingham on Saturday 13 November in Gillingham do say hello.

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Wellbeing: Oliver’s story*

Oliver’s home environment was difficult. Both his parents struggled with poor mental health.  He started missing school and rarely left the house becoming increasingly anxious and socially isolated.

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