BANES council really need your help with an urgent situation to home an Afghan husband and wife.
He speaks very good English, having taught the subject in Afghanistan, whereas she does not. They have both been through biometric testing and are eligible to work in the UK now.
The council are looking for a one bed property, it needs to be a place that they can use a home for 12 months. with a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and lounge. They are keen to have a garden if possible. It could be anywhere in BANES but ideally Bath. They are being supported for the next three years through the Connecting Families Team in BANES and the council will be paying the rent initially. They have to move out of their current accommodation by the 12th Oct 2021 so as you can imagine we are now desperately looking for a property for them!
If you’re able to help, please contact:
Head of Children and Families Prevention Services
Bath and North East Somerset Council
Telephone: 01225 396984
The Genesis Trust would like to thank everyone for their continued support of Bath Foodbank. Here is a short film that they have made this year which marks the ten years since the Foodbank in Bath started.
Bath City Pastors are now back on the streets on Friday and Saturday evenings. We are looking for new people to join the teams, anyone from 20 years old upwards is welcome to come out one night to observe and then consider joining us. If you are interested, please email us and we can send you Angela or Richard's contact details to find out more.
We just want to say a huge thank you to everyone who is volunteering, praying and giving so generously this Christmas
Thank you to those who are decorating, setting up, writing, recording, stewarding, praying, delivering food hampers, reading, phoning the lonely, chatting on doorsteps, playing and preaching.
We also want to thank local businesses and friends we’ve teamed up with...
To Crescent Flower Shop, Eades Greengrocers and St Andrews Church School for their huge help and generosity with the Christmas hampers. And to Primrose Hill Farm for their donation of a Christmas tree.
Together we hope to bring some light into the lives of many this Christmas.
Whilst the church building is closed, please don’t forget that Bath Foodbank could still do with our donations. Please check website for details about where you can drop off items.