Harpenden Trust News

Volunteers’ Week 2022

01 June 2022
Volunteers’ Week 2022 is a time to say thanks. 
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Trust Help for Ukrainian Refugees

01 June 2022
The Harpenden Trust has started to receive enquiries from host families in Harpenden with Ukrainian refugees either staying or shortly arriving.
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Jubilee Offer: Weekend Hall Availability for Children’s Parties

31 May 2022
The Trust Halls are a great venue for children’s parties. We have a number of weekend afternoons available. To celebrate the Jubilee we are offering the large Renwick Hall at the special rate of £70 for three hours; other rates (including the Randall Room) available on request. 
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The Wellbeing Hub – a Trust partnership with MIND in Mid-Herts and the Harpenden Primary Care Network – is a year old

30 May 2022
The Trust’s 12 Wellbeing Friends continue to introduce GP/Social Prescriber client referrals, some 80 to-date, to various activities and groups. From launch the team has built a strong administration and systems capacity to help volunteers offer a wide range of support and opportunities for clients. The Trust funded MIND in…
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SIM Help for Ukrainian Families

26 May 2022
The Trust's Care Fund is able to offer assistance to Ukrainian refugee families in Harpenden.
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Help with Hearing Aid Batteries at the Trust Office

24 May 2022
The Trust is now able to supply NHS hearing aid batteries for local residents with NHS hearing aids. Please call in at the Trust's Office in Southdown with your record card and we can support you with a supply of batteries. 
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Wellbeing Friends and the 'Frazzled Cafe': Mental Health Awareness Week

11 May 2022
This year's Mental Health Awareness Week raises awareness of the impact of loneliness on mental health. 
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More Volunteering Opportunities - Befrienders and Wellbeing Friends

24 April 2022
We have an ongoing need for more Befrienders and Wellbeing Friends.
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Harpenden Trust News provides ongoing news and announcements relating to the work and presence of the Harpenden Trust in AL5.

The Harpenden Trust is here to help Harpenden people in need, individually and collectively. For residents suffering hardship and in need of the support of a good neighbour the Harpenden Trust is here to be that good neighbour, with the active support of the town’s residents as volunteers and donors. The Trust also works to benefit organisations, charities and community groups within Harpenden. Harpenden Trust News provides updates on the work of the Care Fund and the Community Fund and also on the support the Trust receives from the Harpenden community. In the News you can see how the Trust’s volunteers are making a real and sustained difference to individuals, families and the community.

Harpenden Trust News also provides regular updates on events, appeals, activities and the facilities of the Trust. It provides a ‘go to’ for the Trust’s engagement across Harpenden.

Read Harpenden Trust News and learn about the work of volunteers, learn about the events what we do to support seniors and our involvement with local schools, learn about the money we put into improving playgrounds, the environment and many other Harpenden facilities. Learn also about our work during the Coronavirus pandemic. Learn about how the Harpenden Trust is your Harpenden good neighbour.