ere's a round-up of some of the wonderful things you
and our staff have been doing for your community.
Clothes for those most in need
Queensway Community Group launched a project to
provide interview clothes to those in need.
Ian Bulliment, one of our tenants who started the project
said: "Someone we gave a suit to now has a job, and says
without us, he wouldn't have been able to attend the
The project runs every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
between 4.00pm-5.00pm at Queensway Flats, Scunthorpe.
They're always on the lookout for more donations. Email
firstname.lastname@example.org to donate.
New cafe opens in Barton
A new breakfast cafe has opened at the Viking Centre in
Barton and is open on Thursdays between 10am - 1pm.
The menu has been designed to provide affordable options
to suit all ages. This includes kids meals, pensioner
specials or vegetarian options, all for under £5, including
Any profit made will fund community activities to improve
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Liam's journey to work
Liam got involved with our Employment Support Team to
help him overcome the barriers he was facing to get a job.
He had no confidence and low self esteem when he met
the team. But after being involved in the project, his
communication skills improved massively. In March 2017
he began volunteering with the Growing & Learning Team.
With support from his Employment Support Coach he began
applying for jobs and in May this year and was over the
moon to find out he'd been successful in getting a job at
The Arc in Westcliff.
Find out more about the about how we could help you,
Have you done something great to help people or make your
area a better place to live? Get in touch, we'd love to share
your story email@example.com
Breakfast in Barton
Liam loves his new role!