December 2017 newsletter

Our December newsletter is now online and you can download the PDF version here (PDF, 3mb)

We wish a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our readers, residents, support workers, volunteers, supporters and sponsors.

Highlights this month include:

Click & Connect

Now you can find out what has been happening at NET by clicking on our fabulous new website. Essential information for the young homeless seeking help is just a scroll or click away along with news, events and of course easy ways to donate to your local charity.

We’ve been busy in the garden

Residents have all been working very hard on the gardens at the Trust. They have been getting involved and really taking pride in their work.

Ceilidh Raises Funds for NET

The Ceilidh held at Newark Town Hall on 2 December was a great success and enjoyed by all.

Hard work down by the river

Here’s how Partnership Working between NET and The Canal and Rivers Trust developed during August-to October this year

What’s in a name?

Readers may wonder where we got our name.

CV Workshop

Some of our residents enjoyed having Oli for a CV writing session organised by the Lord Nelson at Winthorpe.

Dangerous or Otherwise

Newark Emmaus Trust have been working in partnership with Southwell Workhouse

Christmas Tree Festival

Once again this year Newark Emmaus Trust took part in the Parish Church Christmas Tree Festival. On the afternoon of the 30th November a staff member accompanied residents up to the Church to decorate the tree we had purchased.

Academy raises funds for NET

Senior Project Worker Louise and NET resident Holly visited Holy Trinity Academy on Friday 8th December to meet the pupils of St Clare House, who raised £83.00 through a collection.

Education Successes

Congratulations to Jazmine, Lauren, Kyra, Charlotte, Daniella, Keiron, Adam, Kyle, Ryan and Antony who all gained Level 2 certi cates in the City & Guilds Employability Skills course in our on-site Training Centre, and also to Danielle, Jess, Katie and Abbey who gained Level 1 certi cates in the City & Guilds Parenting Awareness Course.

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