Tickets go on sale for our 1940s event 17th Feb includes vintage tea, music from vintage singer violet Rae and automatic entry to amazing prize draw, amazing and popular event - why not buy a ticket as a present for someone,? Its going to be amazing and all in aid of our amazing HELP FOR HEROES (activities for children throughout). Limited places Adullt £5. Child £3 Community Unity Projects (Reg charity no 1148936) Community Unity Breakfasts Aylesbury (Cuprojects) Dove Dance Drama & Mime GroupCuprojects Music Lessons with Richard lot more .......
Our Mission: ‘Community Unity Projects’ is actively based in Buckinghamshire. Our aim is to bring the local community of all ages and ethnicities together under one roof through provision of quality and affordable weekly services, and large community events. We seek to promote community spirit, positive social interaction and to develop people’s personal skills and talents.
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You are invited to ‘SOUPER SUNDAY’:
Something for all ages- FREE EVENT
Sunday November 18th from 3.45pm
At Quarrendon & Meadowcroft Community Centre
We’ll be serving up soup and rolls
‘It’s time to meet the puppets’
Aylesbury’s got musical talent
An interview with Shaun Spowart from Hope UK
Shaun was a one man crime wave with a drugs problem who now runs some amazing
Community Projects in Nottingham
16th September, 2012 by Grace
The roast dinner today was very different from the one held in March this year. No, the menu hadn’t changed but the personnel had.
For a number of years Richard and Shoshana had worked tirelessly trying to win the support of our local supermarket - Tesco.
This year their persistence and our prayers won the day!
The Catering Manager for Tesco came on board with this project and agreed to Tesco paying for the food and she would help us serve the meal on the day! Isn’t Yahweh good? We give Him all the glory.
This time we had more people on hand to help with setting tables etc.
A special mention to Deborah and her helpers for the “sabbath meal” type of beauty displayed on the tables.
Some guests said, “when we saw the layout of the tables, we felt we were in a hotel. Also, the food was excellent! So well organised. Wow! That was good. My daughter and her friend enjoyed the food so much they went for seconds! Thank you for inviting us.”
Even before we served the meal Yahshua was busy ministering to one of the guests. He was present to comfort and to heal.
I hope the photograph confirms what happened today; as the Church, CUP-( community unity projects) and the Community Officer came together for this event!
This is indeed a New Day for Aylesbury!
Lunch Club - starts again this friday 7th September 11.00am onwards
Music lessons start back monday 10th ( will post details in group)
Cook Around The Clock - cooking project Monday 10th - 12 noon
really looking forward to seeing everyone!
Dove Dance starts back Wednesday 12th September
Very proud of Community unity Projects finalists in Community Company of the year & service with a smile award and "Highly Commended" volunteer Richard! A huge testament to all of you that help out in so many ways .thankyou
The Open Door Community Church in conjunction with Community Unity Projects held its third annual 1940’s afternoon with proceeds going in aid of help for heroes. (monies are still be collected in) Although many were unable to attend due to the poor weather conditions over 80 were in attendance.Guest were transported back to the 1940’s by the Dove dance Group which included a set piece to John McRae’s Flanders field., old wartime games were provided for the children, whilst adults serenaded by vintage singer Violet Rae, and finishing with Afternoon Tea! all those attended signed a Courage and Thank you book for the residents ofTedworth House H4H rehabilitation centre – whilst children drew pictures and wrote letters of thankyou to the wounded soldiers - these will be posted on shortly
An army of volunteers from the local church and community worked together in true Blitz style – a huge thanks to them and Thankyou to Aylesbury Town Mayor Jenny Puddifoot who also was in attendance and judge the amazing 1940;s inspired fancy dress of the adults and children