Many thanks

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Many thanks to everyone who donated bikes, clothes, shoes, keyboard, rice, etc, including Happy Days Bikes in Sowerby Bridge which sold a good second-hand bike at discount price and to Re-use in Littleborough who gave us two bikes, including this BMX bike for a child. If any of our refugees or asylum seekers want it […]

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More donations

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Planning to take a car full of recent donations to Rochdale on 28th July. Since the picture was taken four more bags have been donated and more is coming next week. Many thanks for all the donations. You may be able to spot the ‘Together We Grow’ name on the red apron. This is made […]

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Red Acre Allotment

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We had 46 refugees and asylum seekers spending on 21st July at Red Acre Allotments in Mytholmroyd. A walk around the site was led by one of the allotment holders and we saw the area where refugees and asylum seekers can grow vegetables, fruit, herbs and flowers. Pizza were made in the pizza oven on […]

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Magic Little Grant

 Dear Together We Grow, Thank you for applying for a Magic Little Grant from Localgiving, in partnership with Postcode Community Trust. We are happy to let you know that you have been successful with your application. You have been awarded £500 towards: Offer asylum seekers financial support to gain access to leisure activities (singing, sport, […]

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Handmade Parade

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On Sunday 24th June we took the refugees and asylum seekers to see the Handmade Parade in Hebden Bridge. We saw the parade passing the GP surgery, then picked up lunch packed at Ali’s house before going to the park to see the performances, play in the play ground and sit in the shade to […]

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TWG accounts

With the help of Mark Simmonds from Co-op Culture we have now finalised the 2017-18 accounts, which run from 1st May to 30th April. Together We Grow started in May 2015 – hence the accounts starts in May. Without the help from Mark and the Gnucash software we would never have been able to track […]

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