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Cedarwood Trust promotes a better world on the Meadow Well Estate!
Not a bad article about our Soup-a Gran project - it's for Soup-a Gadgies too!
Our work has been featured on the Just Act website:
IS IT A BIRD?? IS IT A PLANE?? NO ITS A FLYING CEO!!
On the 5th April our Chief Executive, Phil McGrath, leaped off the Stadium of Light attached to a zip wire 150ft off the ground - arriving, in fancy dress, at a shipyard on the banks of the river Wear - all to raise much needed resources for the Cedarwood Trust, North East Autism Society and the Foundation of Light.
If you would like to sponsor him please contact the office on 0191 2590245.
News Release from the Journal regarding Winter Warmth at the Cedarwood
News release from the Evening Chronicle regarding the show of solidarity:
Check out our "How You Can Help" page for our NEW fundraising pack - full of ideas and information - give us a call if you want us to help ...
For photographs of our Re-Launch go to http://www.flickr.com/photos/newcastlediocese/sets/72157633278177185/
The News Guardian featured the Cedarwood Trust's mural project - supported by Groundwork and Dulux, read about it here. http://www.newsguardian.co.uk/news/local/trust-gets-a-lick-of-paint-from-dulux-1-5557646
We've just been featured in the Guardian newspaper - you can read all about it at www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2012/dec/05/autumn-statement-ground-pinch-tynemouth .
And we've had a featured blog with Back Britains Charities which can be read at http://backbritainscharities.org.uk/
Claire, our Office Manager, has reached the finals of the Charity Staff Awards for her work with the Trust. She's been nominated in the category Charity Support Hero - see http://www.charitystaff.org.uk/CSAwards12.html for details.
We are all in this together – and we are glad you are visiting the Cedarwood Trust website. This is our online meeting place, where we organize our activities, share ideas, and publicize our mission to the people of the Meadow Well.
The Cedarwood Trust is a community development charity working on the Meadow Well Estate of North Tyneside a community full of untapped energy and creativity which is hampered by the levels of poverty and income deprivation it experiences. We believe that the community have the resources themselves to make a lasting difference and we work to raise confidences and aspirations in order to change lives.
Much of our work is focused upon those experiencing the highest levels of poverty including over 60's and young families.
The Meadow Well Estate is often seen, from the outside, in negative terms, particularly relating to income deprivation and poverty - these are major challenges for us all at the Cedarwood Trust but we aim to also celebrate all that is good within the Meadow Well Estate.
We work together to make our cause known, to reach out to other groups who share our vision. Whether you’re ready to lend a hand at one of our activities or have photos or articles to share about a recent event, here’s the place to do it.
Annual Report of the Cedarwood Trust 2013.pdf
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WOR PLACE 4.pdf
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Prayer letter February 15.pdf
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Whether you are a lifetime advocate of the Cedarwood Trust on the Meadow Well Estate or new to our cause, we invite you to join us. We welcome new ideas and value enthusiasm from members and volunteers, new and old.
Our Volunteer Induction Programme is ready to begin and we welcome residents of the Meadow Well Estate and those from outside of the Estate to join us in tackling those issues that reduce potentials for the users of the Cedarwood Trust. If you would like to get involved in volunteering then please give us a call on 0191 2590245.
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The Cedarwood Trust, 43 Avon Avenue Meadow Well, North Shields, Tyne and Wear | 0191 2590245
Charity Number 1100530 Company Number 4855747