GSK partner with local school as part of our corporate volunteer programme
18th October 2016
As part of our corporate volunteer programme, we were pleased to partner St Nicholas Primary School with a group of volunteers from GlaxoSmithKline to kick start work on creating a sensory garden.
What an achievement in just one day - well done to all who took part!
Video of our Stevenage Community Trust Grants Evening
Please take a look at the video of our recent Stevenage Community Trust Grants Evening.
Video from Stevenage Community Trust Annual Dinner and Dance 2017
Please take a look at the video of the recent annual Stevenage Community Trust dinner and dance held at The Priory Barn at Little Wymondley with special guest speaker Roz Savage MBE.
2017 Dinner and Dance fundraiser breaks record
The dinner and dance is our main fundraiser each year. Two years ago we managed to raise £25k in our 25th year, last year we reached our target of raising £26k in our 26th year so this year we aimed to raise £27k in our 27th year. We were therefore thrilled that we surpassed our target and reached £28,100.
Heating Grant Applications
Applications are now open for our heating grants; helping the most vulnerable in our society to keep warm during the cold winter months.
Former President Barry Norman CBE has sadly passed away aged 83.
Former Stevenage Community Trust President Barry Norman CBE who supported the trust from the first days when it was founded in 1990 has sadly passed away aged 83.
Tributes paid to councillor and former trustee Graham Clark
We were extremely sad to learn of the passing of councillor Graham Clark, an important member of our grants committee who served on our board of trustees for many years.
Our largest ever grant for new playground at Bedwell Park officially opened
Our largest ever grant to provide a new playground at Bedwell Park in memory of our founder Hilda Lawrence was officially opened this week by the Mayor of Stevenage, Cllr John Lloyd and Chairman of Stevenage Community Trust, Robert Stewart.
Passing of Sherma Batson
It was with shock and great sadness that we learnt of the passing of Sherma Batson this week. She was a strong supporter of Stevenage Community Trust, providing representation on our Board of Trustees as well as fundraising for our cause. She will be remembered fondly and will be a significant loss to the people of Stevenage who she served with great passion and enthusiasm.