Blue Sky Poetry Night

Well done to all of you who took part in the Poetry evening at the Princess tonight, it went amazingly well and was a very popular night!

‘So proud of everyone who took part! From those who’ve been in Blue Sky Theatre from the early days to those who jumped on at the last minute to confront their fears! So chuffed! Brilliant heartfelt poetry – some people, including our local MP, were in tears (so was I nearly and I’ve heard them all many times – so well read!)’ – Lewis (Blue Sky representative )

Thanks go our to the performers who presented some powerful and emotive work, everyone who worked behind the scenes organising and advertising, the Princess Theatre for your generosity and last but not least to all of you who made up the very loving and supportive audience.

We hope you all had a good time and will let you know how much we raised for the charity as soon as it’s counted!

 

Poetry Evening at the Princess Theatre

Blue Sky Theatre Company are hosting a Poetry Evening this Friday

April 5th at 7.30pm

In the Princess Theatre’s Arts Lounge

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There will be readings of classics and original work around the theme of addiction

Tickets cost £2.00 and can be bought through The Princess Theatre Box Office or on the door.

All proceeds will kindly be donated to Somewhere House Somerset.

Why not come along with a friend and support the charity in the process!

Happy Easter!!!

Happy Easter Everyone…

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and a massive well done to Angie who abstained from chocolate for the whole of lent. Thank you for all your hard work and super strong will power and thank’s to all of those who sponsored.

I hope you have a good day and enjoy the chocolate!

Congratulations to the Somewhere House Rehab

Congratulations to Somewhere House Rehabilitation Centre for winning the family run business award.

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Left to Right: Dave, Billy, Rich, Ali, Nicky, Angie, Max, Will, Christian, Victoria C

Somewhere House has been helping individuals with addiction issues for nearly 8 years and many of the team have been involved in setting up the ‘Somewhere House Somerset Charity’ to extend this help and support to those in the local community who need it. Help is available for those with any problems ranging from parenting, emotional issues, abuse or addiction (any many more).

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Chantry Marketing / The bi-folding door company

We would like to say a massive thank you to Chantry Marketing / The bi-folding door company South West for the very generous donation to Somewhere House Somerset.

Chantry Marketing limited is the parent company of the bi – folding door company south west. The bi-folding door company supply and install quality aluminium and timber doors, windows and conservatories throughout the South west of the UK, of course with their name they are specialists in bi-folding doors.

We are very grateful for the donation of £250, the charity will use the money to help supply low cost/free counselling to those who need it most in the local community and to fund educational projects in schools.

We’re in the News!

The Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News have printed a lovely article about our charity sale.

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Left to Right: Victoria B, Tash, Ali, Angie, Ellen, Juliet

It’s on page 13 of this weeks edition, or check it out online here.

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Thanks guys!

Follow us on Twitter and Facebook

We’ve now got Facebook and Twitter pages. Follow us to keep up to date with our progress, up and coming events or to share your support.

To like us on Facebook click here

To follow us on Twitter search for @SomewhereSom

Thank you for your continued support!

Asda Green Coin Scheme

We are excited to announce that we’ve been chosen for Asda’s Community Life Board in Highbridge.

Shoppers will be able to vote for us by putting a green token into our nominated box in store.The more tokens we have the more money will be donated.

Please spread the word!

Coffee Morning at the Baptist Church

Thank you to all of you who visited our charity table top and cake sale.  We had some brilliant cupcakes, cake pops and flapjack for sale, lots of clothes to rummage through and the tombola was a hit!

There was a great atmosphere with kids playing, live music and a sing song. Shoppers were treated to free teas and coffees to enjoy along with a natter and the lovely cakes.

We raised £490 thanks to some generous shoppers, cake connoisseurs and a fantastic donation.

A bit thanks goes out to all the helpers who donated their time, baking skills, tombola prizes and brick-a-brack , we look forward to seeing everyone at the next event.

Max’s Nightrider Challenge

Our very own Max will be participating in Nightrider this June. Nightrider is a unique 100km moonlit bike ride past London’s iconic landmarks. Max will be completing this in order to raise money for Somewhere House Somerset. If you would like to sponsor him please checkout the Nightrider website, details of how to sponsor will be added soon!!!