News from Midlands

Between 9th – 20th September, our three South East teams were collecting tinned food to celebrate the Harvest Festival and Capstone’s 10 Year (Tin) Anniversary. Staff donated tins over the 2 weeks and then each team dropped their food donations off at a local Trussell Trust food bank in...

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Our Bradford and Barnsley team held a joint event recently for carers and children at Wakefield Thornes Cricket ground, we had numerous families and young people attend from both hubs. On the day there were many activities to take part in such as cupcake decorating, face painting, a dog obstacle...

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On Friday 27th September, our team at Capstone South East joined in on the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning for Macmillan Cancer Support. Our East London team took some lovely cakes and goodies to Sahara Care, a local care home and spent the morning with the residents and their families,...

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Over the summer, our support workers from the Heywood office took six children to Apple Jack’s Adventure Farm near Warrington, Cheshire, which is a fantastic, fun family day out. The children’s activities available are mainly aimed at 4-12 year olds, although there’s lots of fun to be found for...

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On Thursday 29th August, some of our South West carers met for a day of sun, sea, sand and dog walking at Uphill Beach, Weston Super Mare. The whether was kind and after a rather chilly and windy start, the morning brightened up allowing for a few games and stick...

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In May 2018, our staff from the North group took part in the Manchester 10k. Three member of our Bradford office Debbie, Cathy and Vivienne ran the 10k in memory of one of carers from the Bradford area who unfortunately passed away after a battle with cancer. Gillian was a...

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“Loved that Capstone took us to Airhop, my foster child and biological child had a blast. They met other foster children and started forming friends. Perfect activity for a Summer holiday. Wild Place was great too. We got to see lots of animals and more importantly I was able to...

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In our Midlands region, we have a young person called R with moderate learning difficulties who is coming to the end of his first year studies at college. After being diagnosed with Autism from the age of 11, R has taken a keen interest in becoming a part of...

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