Friday Club started the new term with Helen’s expertly delivered musical quiz, bird sound identification and gentle movement. The following week Tom Thumb enthused and amazed us with his incredible magic tricks and piano playing. The Solva Ukulele Pirates also serenaded the audience once again enabling everyone to sing, play musical instruments and join in the locomotion in the snake.
Next month members of Solva Care will be visiting on Tuesday 4th May, The Pharmacy Cafe for tea and scones. On Friday 7th June, Ceri’s craft and Helen’s gentle movement. On 14 June, Rosita will entertain us singing with her guitar followed Helen again. Christine will be making coasters with us on 21 June and Carol-Ann’s Beetle Drive will take place in the second half. Solva Ukulele Pirates will perform again on 28 June along with Brenda’s line dancing.
Everyone is welcome to Friday Club.
Would you be interested in helping Solva Care extend its work in the local community? The Solva Care Trustees are looking for a person with good local knowledge and an interest in helping and supporting our community. We are appointing an Activities Assistant to work with – and report to – our Solva Care Co-ordinator, to develop a programme of leisure and recreational activities for members of our community to become more involved in village life. There will also be an opportunity to conduct community action research and assist on our Research programme. Salary: £12 per hour. Hours: maximum 46 hours a month. Location: Solva. Closing date for applications: 14 June 2019. Expected start date: July 2019.
For further details on the position, contact Solva Care Finance Officer Bruce Payne by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 07890 987 259. Or, for an informal chat, call Chair Mollie Roach on 01437 721 580.
If you feel like some gentle fitness with Laura of Lets Walk Fitness, Health and Wellbeing, come along to Solva Memorial Hall on Tuesday afternoons, 2-3pm. Contact Laura by email: email@example.com or via Facebook @letswalkpembs for details and to book.
Our Chair Mollie receiving an award for her ‘Outstanding Contribution to Solva Life’ and Trustee Carol-Ann Jones for being an ‘Outstanding Community Volunteer’ at Solva Community Council’s AGM last night. Well done to them and all the other winners!
Our Friday Club Programme for the Summer Term 2019. Download it and find out more about Friday Club on the webpage https://www.solvacare.co.uk/get-support/
Join us for Friday Club on 10 May for Tom Thumb’s Magic Tricks and the Solva Ukulele Pirates! 2-4pm at Solva Memorial Hall.
Solva Care works to counteract isolation and help people with practical problems. The Board manages the strategy, development and on-going work of the charity, working with its employees and volunteers in the Solva and Whitchurch areas. Ideally, Trustees should live in the locality and have an interest in health and wellbeing. We welcome applications from all sections of the community, and can be flexible with meeting times if you work or have other commitments. If you feel that you could contribute, we would love to hear from you.
To express an interest, call Solva Care Chair Mollie Roach on 01437 721580 or Treasurer Bruce Payne on 07890 987259, otherwise email firstname.lastname@example.org. For an informal chat about the role, either speak to Mollie, or any of the Solva Care Trustees; see our website for their names. Further details on the aims and work of the charity, and the role of the Trustees, are on our website: solvacare.co.uk, and Twitter and Facebook pages. Closing date: 3 June 2019
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