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LEVEL 1 LICENCE MEET NO 1NE EVENT Boys Open m IM. 11 Yrs Age Group - Full Results. Place Name 13 Derventio .. Morgan Swirles. 20/06/13 - Derventio Level One Open Meet team of Jack Robinson, Morgan Pryce, Lewis Tipping and Oliver Dodic winning their freestyle event. Final results. Karl Morgan 19yrs+ 50 Free Mia Slevin 15yrs 50 Back Swim England National Summer Meet, 31st July-4th August , Sheffield. Gold (2). Toby Arnold.

We were homeless when we went to Derventio and within three days they had found us our ideal home. Staff worked with familes to create a useful handbook While it is true that homelessness can happen to anyone, there are clear patterns which tell us who is most likely to become affected by homelessness. Our SmartSupport project identifies and works with families who belong to this group.

Over the past year 28 families of all shapes and sizes — all with children under 18 — have benefited from this project.

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The SmartSupport team consulted with the families on the project to produce an activities handbook, providing advice, guidance, useful contacts and ideas for family activities. The project successfully met its aims set by Supporting People this year.

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Our overall goal is to reduce their risk of homelessness. From supporting frontline services to helping out the Fundraising Team, we have a lively and enthusiastic team of 38 volunteers who really make a difference.

Volunteering at Derventio gave me the chance to find out about what it takes to become involved in supporting homeless people. It was meant to be a 4 week course, but I loved being here so much that I ended up staying.

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I worked closely with him for five mornings each week, giving him support and encouragement to keep himself and his room clean and tidy. Anything can lead them there — being made redundant or not being strong enough to get through a relationship breakdown.

After being made redundant from a managerial role she came to Derventio wanting to help the community. She now comes in every week to work on reception at Milestone House and provides muchneeded support to the Fundraising and Communications Team.

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When I was made redundant it was the perfect opportunity to start. I have a family member who has been deeply affected by drug and alcohol addiction, as well as mental health issues. They go the extra mile to provide the best support for our clients and the organisation as a whole. My conversations with clients are some of my most memorable moments from working here. I manage and support 29 units of shared accommodation in Amber Valley and Erewash.

Some of the clients in my areas have started small vegetable plots in their gardens, which as well as growing their own food keeps them busy.

I also encourage them to use Base33 to help towards skills and employment. We are supportive and always have an ear for each other to discuss ideas and find solutions. This makes work easier and helps us to make positive changes to keep the future of our project safe so we can keep helping vulnerable people.

Social enterprises are organisations that make a profit which they re-invest for the benefit of the community to tackle social and environmental problems. Woodwork sessions are popular New catering, woodworking and lettings enterprises will give our clients the chance to take part in enhanced training and work experience. They will open up some fantastic opportunities to clients whilst adding to the stability and sustainability of the organisation.

The coming year will see the continued development and delivery of the accommodation services at the heart of the organisation, Milestone House, SmartShare and SmartSteps, all of which are performing consistently well against targets.

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