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Book Now for the
Community Christmas Tree Festival
23 November 2019-4 January 2020.
You are invited to participate in the 2019 Community Christmas tree festival by bringing along a “tree”, however you wish to interpret that, to represent your organisation. It’s a great way to promote your activities or recruit members/volunteers, as it attracts hundreds of visitors to the exhibition gallery at Eastleigh Museum, where the festival takes place, and information about your organisation is displayed next to your tree.
The theme this year is upcycling – also known as creative re-use: “The process of transforming by-products, waste materials, useless or unwanted products into new materials or products of better quality and environmental value.”
For a booking form please call 023 8090 2458 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. It is completely free to enter.
There are lots of things going on in Fareham alongside the brilliant drop-ins at the One Community Shop and general community development.
We have the fabulous and awesome Fareham Showcase:
There’s a fish and chip quiz night with disabled peoples voice just a few nights later- (ticket information below)
Looking forward to seeing as many of you as possible at both events, honestly it will be great to have you with us.
As you will be aware we are moving offices and will be operating from our new address at 75 Leigh Road, Eastleigh SO50 9DQ from 1st October 2019.
Just a few things to let you know in the run up to the move.
If you are a client of One Community, staff will have made you aware of our on call phone number.
Thank you for your patience, we will be back to normal soon.
The Team at One Community
We are having a lovely warm sunny afternoon at the park in central Eastleigh for the annual ‘Eastleigh Remembers’ event.
There are loads of stalls including our One Community and the very lovely www.prettymevintage.co.uk who are fund raising for us as part of the mayors appeal.
Come and find out stall and you can dress up in war time clothes including gas masks and wartime Air Force jackets. There are information packs about the war to look at.
We have lots of information about one community and volunteering at our stall alongside the ever popular tombola.
Come on! You know you want to ?!
Loads to see and do, choirs, if you want to know what is going on in your community you should come along.
It is FREE of charge.
There will be several people around with working doggies including Heidi and Dino.
Are you aged 14-25 and live, work or study in Hampshire, or the Isle of Wight?
Do you want to;
• Have your say on crime and policing
issues that matter most to you
• Gain new knowledge, skills and
• Meet a variety of new people
• Make a difference
Volunteer as a member of the Youth Commission!
Forms and further information are available on their website:
If you would like to print off a poster to advertise this really interesting opportunity, please click below.
This week is remember a charity week. Here is Dancer and Celebrity Len Goodman to explain more about it. HERE.
We are a wonderful Charity and we have loads and loads of great people and projects we support in our community.
If you are considering making a will or changing it, please remember us.
We serve the communities of Eastleigh and Fareham areas and if you feel you would like to leave us a legacy in your will, or are just thinking about it, please do get into contact with us.
You can ring 023 8090 2400 and ask to speak to Jean Roberts-Jones. You can also email email@example.com
We may even be able to help you set up your will through local solicitors firm, Knight Polson.
As you should all know by now we are moving. We have some items that we would like to hand over for a reasonable offer.
Here is the fireplace from the Molyneau Room. Would you like it? You would need to come and remove it and it would need to be out before the 26th September 2019 at the latest. Please ring 023 8090 2400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any offers and questions.
We also have nineteen grey chairs they are frayed on the top at the back which someone might be able to just sew up. Again you would need to arrange collection and they MUST be gone by the 26th September 2019.
All offers considered, especially offers from voluntary sector, charities and community support projects.
At Fareham’s One Community Shop we are collecting good quality rucksacks and sleeping bags for Two Saints, the homelessness charity.
Two Saints need more rucksacks and sleeping bags. They came in today and collected these thanks to the kindness of the public. Bring items into us at the Fareham One Community Shop. Thank you