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POST FROM CHARD SCHOOL
We were pleased to welcome the ‘Watch Project’ to our school assembly today. The ‘Watch Project’ is a charity in Chard which works to support the mental health of local adults and children and is the charity that, as a school, we chose to support this academic year. In assembly the Student Council were delighted to present a cheque to the charity following collections at our Christmas performances last term. Our thanks to the school community for their generous donations to this worthy cause.
Once again Chard School have been very generous and have donated £251.70 to WATCH. This money was raised from Christmas events at the school including their Nativity Play.
Thank you so much for your generosity.
Brecknell Willis who donated £240 to us. Thank you.https://www.wabtec.com/business-units/brecknell-willis
Nicola Hardy – Thank you for your continued support (£40 donation)
Village Bakers – for collecting £14.60 Thank you.https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Village-Bakery/159944727354684
Aiden from Time to Change visited us to meet anyone who would like to become a Time for Change Champion with a view to go on his training on the 5th December.
Our members enjoyed a day out on 30th October and had use of the swimming pool and took part in a Nature Trail a lovely lunch was provided by our hosts. Numerous members took the opportunity to walk down to the sea front and generally had a good time.
Our temporary phone number in office hours will be: 01460 391596 Out of hours number: 07506 238540
Our new office hours are: Monday to Friday 9m-1pm
CHARD WATCH are delighted to be involved in the new Somerset Wellbeing Learning Community –somersetwlc.co.uk
We are producing and co-facilitating a course for SWALC in Chard. Julie and Rani met today to plan their four week course. Titled “Exploration of inner blue sky” The course details can be found here: