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Annabelle and her baby were facing lockdown in complete isolation until they came to the Cardinal Hume Centre.
This summer the Centre’s family services team ran a space-themed holiday activity programme for families living on low incomes. Over 36 families attended, with 90 children getting to enjoy a range of inter-galactic activities, games, trips and film screenings between 27th July and 28th August.
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So often we feel that we don’t live up to the ideal of what the family should look like or be. We compare our families to those seen on TV, to the family life our friends portray, to the photographs we see on social media and, if honest, to what we think the Church expects of our family. Yet in […]
We were all very moved by the generosity displayed by our supporters before Christmas, and our clients were incredibly appreciative. Please watch this watch this special short video.
For five weeks throughout July and August the Centre’s family services team welcomed low income families to the Summer Programme. The free programme provides a safe and engaging place for children up to the age of 12, helping them build their confidence, improve social skills and generally have lots of fun.
The Centre’s family services has been turned into a jungle as they’ve welcomed up to 60 children a day for the Easter Holiday Programme.