Donation for Rushden Food Bank received from Colworth Park.

Generous donation received from Colworth Park

Colworth Park Conference and Events Centre in Sharnbrook chose…
Donation for Rushden Food Bank received from Colworth Park.

ENFG April update available

The ENFG update for April 2017 is available at ENFG update -…
Donation for Rushden Food Bank received from Colworth Park.

The Jungle may have closed, but the refugee crisis continues..

The East Northants Refugee Support Group is keen to point out…
Donation for Rushden Food Bank received from Colworth Park.

ENFG monthly summary for March

The one-page ENFG summary for March is available (as a PDF file)…
Donation for Rushden Food Bank received from Colworth Park.

Sanctuary Night Shelter - statistics and volunteer request

Sanctuary Night Shelter statistics: Last year, we provided 76…
Donation for Rushden Food Bank received from Colworth Park.

Rushden Neighbourhood Plan - have your say

Rushden’s Neighbourhood Plan: comments are invited by 5pm…
Donation for Rushden Food Bank received from Colworth Park.

February update from ENFG available

The February 2017 update from ENFG is now available, being a…
Donation for Rushden Food Bank received from Colworth Park.

Driver required for local Parkinsons Group

Can you help support your local Parkinsons group? Wellingborough groups needs someone to drive the Minibus to collect and return members from their homes when the group meets every second Wednesday of the month.
Donation for Rushden Food Bank received from Colworth Park.

Limited spaces left for Youth Worker Retreat 7-9 April

Whether you're a full-timer or a volunteer, this weekend is for you. Do you need some space to engage with God? How can you know if you are doing the most important things? Does your youth work need an MOT?
Donation for Rushden Food Bank received from Colworth Park.

Community leaders look at how to ‘Love Your School’

Local leaders and representatives from schools, churches and charities came together for the East Northants’ Faith Group Community Leaders’ Lunch to reflect on how to 'Love Your Local School'. Keynote speaker, Chad Chadwick, a Youth Missioner for the Church of England challenged attendees to think strategically about the way they partner with their local schools and seek to “serve them from the inside-out”. He shared on the scale of change in society over the last 20 years, particularly within the education system, and highlighted the increasing weight of pressure upon the whole school community, including parents, students and teachers.