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Thank you to the Mayor and Mayoress, Cllr Mahboob Hussain and the CEO of PCVS Leonie McCarthy for attending and for their support. Many also supported financially and through access to resources that would otherwise be inaccessible to EH.
Time will fail us to list every individual who have contributed both in cash and in kind, but we would like to recognise a few individuals who left indelible marks on this event. Many thanks to Dimension6000, DJ who provided his services for free, Extended Hands volunteers and their families, Family action, Craig&Gemma, Mr Williams, the Whittles, LNER and Paul who cooked all the meal--He left his family in London to cater for this event, Pastor Paul, Near Neighbours, Serena, St Mary’s Church, Temi, Tiwa and Mofe. Many thanks to A2B taxi company and Rebwar for providing transportation and to BGL who did not only donate the money for all the gifts for the adults but also wrapped them.
Extended Hands does not operate alone in providing services to our members and to the community but with the help and support of other organizations and agencies. The organizations referred to above, EH members and invaluable Christmas Day volunteers were instrumental in making 2019 Christmas Day Meal a huge success. It is really a clear evidence of our shared value of making Peterborough a caring city in the UK.
No one should ever be alone not if all of us can do something about it!
A few feedback:
‘Everyone enjoyed the gathering, very well done’ (R)
‘I had a great day’ (T)
‘Thank you for a fabulous Christmas day’ (S)
‘Thank you for allowing me to work with you today it was the most fulfilling thing I have done in a long time really enjoyed it and love how you reach out to the community’ (P)
‘Thank you for a really lovely day’ (J)
‘Thank you so much for a lovely day, delicious food, and t/u for being so welcoming and supportive’ (G)
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Following the success of last years End of Year Celebration, the team welcomes all women to join them for an end of year celebration on the afternoon of Saturday 10th December 2016.
This event has gone from strength to strength since its launch in 2014, with Extended Hands working together to celebrate the most important and influential women from all sectors of the community.