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On Friday 17 March, 40 young people gathered together at Holy Trinity Church to sleep out overnight, to raise funds in support of the Merton Winter Night Shelter.
Our Employment and Life Skills workshop is a Big Lottery-funded initiative, seeking to improve the employability of people with a disability and mental illness, as well as teaching invaluable life skills. The workshop sessions are free, interactive and great fun, led by inspirational Paralympian runner Tim Prendergast.
International tennis player Erika Campbell has joined our gym at YMCA Wimbledon to keep fit as part of her training program. We are thrilled to welcome this aspiring young player (she is just 15 years old).
On a cold snowy evening in January, we dropped by the night shelter at St Winefride’s church hall in Wimbledon, to catch up with Night Shelter Co-ordinator Nicki Zisman, the team of volunteers and our guests.
People are being encouraged to pledge to make a healthy New Year’s resolution to help towards a healthy nation.
Residents at YMCA Surbiton and staff member Karina Thomas (who is also a professional song writer) have released a Christmas song, called Soon Be Christmas (by Kareene and the Soon Be Christmas Band).
Two of our Afterschool Club children at St John Fisher Primary School have shown their prowess in the pool at the Merton Pisces Swimming Gala – by winning a total of no less than 10 medals.
As part of our Inclusive Lives Project, we’re running a free Employment Skills workshop on a weekly basis at the Homes Farm Trust (HFT) centre in New Malden for people with a disability or mental illness.
Two of the children who attend our Afterschool Club at St John Fisher RC Primary School, Wimbledon have been busy fundraising for their local Blue Cross animal hospital in Merton.