Hart Lottery

We are very excited to say that we are one of the local causes being supported by the new Hart Lottery! There is a new way for you to support us and be in with the chance to win up to £25,000 each week!! It's really simple to sign up, simply visit and click Support Specific Cause! The first draw is 8th July, so get signed up now!

New Years Resolutions and Dry January

During the lull between Christmas and New Year, whilst many of us are away from work and school, we spend time reevaluating our choices, habits and lifestyles and many of us attempt to decide on a New Year's resolution or two. From cutting back on unhealthy food cravings and quitting smoking, to getting healthier and joining (and attending!) a gym, learning a new skill, procrastinating less and looking after our money, we all need a little inspiration and motivation, and we all need to remember it's never too late to make a lifestyle change.

Many people choose to reduce their alcohol intake; and, for the past five years Alcohol Concern have campaigned for Dry January, encouraging people to give up alcohol for the month and become more aware of the health effects of drinking alcohol. According to Alcohol Concern, of those who take part, almost 80% of participants saved money, 62% slept better and had more energy and almost half of the participants lost weight. That's three advantages there already... If you would like more information and advice, see the Drink Aware website.

Christmas Concert 2016

We held our annual Fleet Phoenix Christmas Concert on Wednesday 14 December. It was a fantastic night that showcased some very talented young people from our Smart Music and Jammin projects. We also raised over £300 on thie night through door entry donations and a raffle.

Smart Music is a music project supporting young musicians aged 11-25 years old. It is a referral project offering FREE guitar and drum tuition giving young people an amazing opportunity to learn, develop and be creative. If you're interested and would like to join us, come along and meet the team. Smart Music runs from 4:30 - 6:30 every Tuesday during term time at The Point Youth Centre.

Lung Cancer Awareness Month

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month which aims to raise awareness of the disease and provide people with the early signs and symptoms. Did you know lung cancer is the most common cause of cancer related death in the United Kingdom? Over 41,000 people are diagnosed with the condition every year, as according to the NHS. The most common cause of lung cancer is smoking. Smoking can increase the risk of developing lung cancer and other cancers including cervical and mouth cancer. People who have never smoked can also develop the condition as a result of passive smoking. What to look out for:

  • A bad cough which doesn’t go away for at least 3 weeks, or that changes and becomes more severe.
  • Unexplained, persistent breathlessness.
  • A chest infection that won’t go away even when it has been treated with antibiotics.
  • Hoarseness or swelling of the face and neck.
  • Coughing up phlegm with signs of blood in it.
  • Pain in the chest or shoulders when breathing or coughing.
  • Tiredness and weight loss.

Seek advice from your GP, if you have any of the above symptoms. Macmillan Cancer Support has lots of information regarding signs and symptoms, explaining what cancer is, what treatments are available and further information & support.

Mental Health Awareness Day

Monday 10 October 2016 is Mental Health Awareness day. It’s a global campaign day to educate and raise awareness of Mental Health. According to the Mental Health Organisation 1 in 6 adults have had a common Mental Health problem in the past week; 1 in 3 of us, in England, have reported having experienced a traumatic event in our lifetime, which can affect our Mental Health and wellbeing; this includes Depression, Anxiety and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. If we don’t act urgently, by 2030 DEPRESSION will be the leading illness globally!

If you’ve been feeling low and aren’t sure why or you’d like support, contact your GP. There is lots of information relating to Mental Health and emotional wellbeing here.

Sexual Health Week 12-18 September 2016

This week is Sexual Health week. In 2015 there were more than 430,000 STI diagnoses around the UK; across the Western world, the UK remains to have high rates of STIs, and it's not only amongst young people.

What is an STI, and who gets them? An STI is a Sexually Transmitted Infection passed on between people through sexual contact. Anyone can get an STI through sexual contact and you don't have to have had multiple partners to be at risk. However, the more partners you have the higher the likelihood that you will come into contact with someone with an STI.

How do I know if I have an STI? You can attend a Sexual Health clinic to be tested, or visit your GP. If you are aged 15-24 years you can order a Chlamydia test kit through the NHS, or if you are aged over 18 years you can order an STI test kit which tests for HIV, Syphilis, Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea. Hepatitis B and C tests are also available. Click here for more information.

How do I protect myself? There are a number of different options when it comes to choosing which contraception or protection option are best for you. We distribute condoms at Fleet Phoenix from The Point Youth Centre during our drop in projects.

If you are aged 16-24 years you can order free condoms online from the NHS.

Fleet Phoenix Trophy Day

Southwood Golf Club held their annual Fleet Phoenix Trophy Challenge on Sunday 31 July. Each year since we were their Charity of the Year, in 2012, Southwood Golf Club have held this competition and helped raised funds for us. The golf club and it's members have continued to support us and welcomed us back this weekend again for the competition, presenting us with a donation during the award ceremony. Managing Director, Charlotte Tickner, thanked everyone for their continued support and updated everyone on the charity's developments over the past year, talking about how we have developed and invested in the organisation, our plans and aspirations for the future and how support like their's makes a difference to the services that we can offer local young people.

Scam Jam 2016

On Saturday 23 July the sun was shining and excitement running high for our annual freestyle BMX and scooter competition. The competitors were aged 7 to 25 years, and they demonstrated fantastic local talent. The atmosphere was exhilarating with all of the competitors and supporters cheering everyone one; encouraging riders to take their skills to the next level and successfully land their ‘best tricks’. The event saw well over 200 people attend, with an inflatable obstacle course, bouncy castle, badminton and other outdoor games to occupy and entertain those who were not competing, it has become a great family fun day.

For the third year a trophy was awarded for Best Air, a talent that Alex Godbold was locally well known for and whose family have sponsored the event for the past 3 years. This year's winner was Jake Kennedy, aged 15.

Our Training Manager and SCAMJam event organiser Maddie Brown said "This year’s SCAMjam has been another successful event and is a really exciting day in the year for local young riders. The atmosphere and peer support this year was heart warming and we’ve seen some amazing talent from all of the contestants. We’d like to thank the Godbold’s for sponsoring the event and the volunteers for giving up their time and supporting the team today. Without them all we wouldn’t be able to run this event".

Anti-Boredom Month

Did you know that this month is Anti-Boredom month? No, neither did we. With the summer holidays around the corner and some less than favourable weather forecasted, summer boredom may just raise its head a little earlier than normal. However, there is plenty to do and see in the local area: Fleet carnival is on from 1 July till 3 July with the Carnival Procession on Saturday 2 July, our annual Scam Jam event is being held on Saturday 23 July, plus every Thursday 7-9pm we are running our Summer Scam programme on The Views, see our Whats On page for more information.
Also, the last week of July is National Parks Week and with the New Forest on our doorstep and the South Downs not too far either, why not visit and take a walk with your family through the forest or along the coast?

Summer Scam 2016

Our Summer Scam project is returning on 30 June. From 7 - 9pm we'll be at The Views Meadow offering young people the opportunity to engage and build healthy and respectful relationships with supporting partners. We offer a BBQ, inflatables, team games and youth issue related workshops and experiences.

Scam Jam Preparation

We need your help! Ahead of this year's Scam Jam, which will be held on Saturday 23 July, we need your support to prepare the Skate Park. On Saturday 18 June we will be meeting at the Skate Park at 10:30 am to clear, sweep and paint the Skate Park. We'd really appreciate your help. Thank you.

12 in 12 challenge: Complete!

From May 2015 to May 2016 Gavin England embarked on a personal challenge to complete 12 obstacle course races (OCR’s) in 12 months. Along the way he managed to convince a variety of friends and colleagues to join in the ‘fun’. OCR’s are gruelling challenges, ranging from 10K mud runs with full body submersions to multi obstacle races with fire jumps, gruelling trails and overgrown woodlands to navigate. This month they took part in the main and final event, The Rat Race Dirty Weekend. It professes to be the biggest, longest and most challenging obstacle race in the world with 200 individual obstacles along the way. This was the 'challenge of all challenges' that Gavin England, Tom Lyons, Rafal Kubica and Dariusz Panasiuk completed to raise the staggering amount of over £2000 for Fleet Phoenix and a similar amount for Stepping Stones DS.

Maddie Brown, Assistant Manager said, “I am delighted by the team’s efforts to raise the amount of money that they have, their accomplishments are truly admirable and we will be eternally grateful of their support”.

Well done guys and thank you!! If you would like to sponsor them please follow this link: 12 in 12 challenge

Time for Tea?!

As a nation of (traditionally) tea drinkers many of us often rely on a good kick of caffeine to start the day.

We often find that having a cuppa during a session can actually work as a really good tool to get people talking, be it a general chat or a specific conversation. A cup or two a day is acceptable but many people, young and old alike, consume large amounts of caffeine, many through energy drinks.

Energy drinks may be linked to a number of health issues, especially so when mixed with alcohol. Containing a high level of caffeine, which is a stimulant, they are often consumed excessively and often mixed with alcohol, a depressant. Energy drinks causing a 'wide awake' feeling despite alcohol consumption can result in a perception of increased energy and lack of tiredness, combined with an increase in vulnerability and risky behaviour from the effects of alcohol. The loss of inhibition can result in behaviours including violence and unprotrotected sex. There are also a number of potential health effects associated with energy drink consumption including caffeine overdose (leading to palpitations, convulsions, nausea and vomitting, high blood pressure, and potentially even death), Type 2 Diabetes, fertility and pregnancy complications, poor dental health and Obesity.

It's been suggested that energy drinks are no better at 'waking us up' as a good coffee is, but excessive coffee or tea drinking can also be linked to health issues. If you feel as though you need the extra energy consider why. Are you sleeping enough? Eating the right foods? Have you been ill? Consider seeing your GP if you're worried about your tiredness or energy levels.

Volunteering - we need you!

We are looking for volunteers to join our team. We have a variety of volunteering opportunities available and would welcome you to support us. If you are interested in volunteering or learning more about us and the roles available please contact Charlotte,

Open Door

'Open Door' is an open access project offering support to 16 to 25 year olds. Struggling with something in your life? Our dedicated youth worker staff team can offer you free and confidential advice and information on a variety of issues and topics; including, though not limited to, alcohol and substance misuse, sexual health, housing, training and employment. If you'd like to pop in for a chat and a cuppa or would like to speak to one of our experienced youth workers for specific advice contact Karla or visit us during one of our sessions.

Project Research

Fleet Phoenix are investigating the possibility of opening an Indoor Skate Park in the local area. To know whether or not this is a feasible venture for the future, we have set up a survey to help us with our market research. We would really appreciate you taking the time to complete the survey to help us understand the pros, the cons and the wants and needs of the community. Whether you are a local young person, a parent or guardian we would really appreciate your help. Your opinion is important to us.

Sexual Health Awareness

Did you know that 14th February  is ‘Thinking about Sex Day’? Ahead of the month of romance and dates have you thought about your relationships and sexual health? The NHS website "Lets Talk About It" and Hampshire County Council’s "Get It On" have lots of information about looking after yourselves and your health.

Did you know that we can distribute condoms and facilitate pregnancy tests and Chlamydia Screenings at most of our projects?

Fleet Christmas Festival
Wednesday 25 November saw the annual Christmas Festival in Fleet return. Fleet Phoenix staff and volunteers coordinated a children's activity stall including Pull a Cracker, Tinsel Pull and Pop a Balloon, raising the profile of the charity and the projects that we deliver for locally.

Sleep Out
On Saturday 21 November the team and volunteers from local company The Logic Group were out in force on Fleet Road for the evening, raising awareness of youth homelessness and our youth organisation. Despite being bitterly cold night, hitting minus 3 degrees, the support from the local community was great. The night additionally raised £200 throughout the evening through donations. Thank you to all who helped on the evening and all who donated.

Fireworks Night

Saturday 7 November saw the local Lions group deliver a fantastic fireworks display at Calthorpe Park. Fleet Phoenix were in attendance and on hand throughout the evening selling hot drinks and soups to the thousands of spectators, raising over £330 throughout the event, with the funds raised contributing towards youth project delivery in the local area.

Local Business’ raises funds during Golf Day

Barclaycard, in the fourth quarter of 2014 acquired local business The Logic Group, a market leader in the provision of trusted payment and loyalty solutions. The Logic Group is keen to support local charities and have formed a partnership with ourselves. 

Barclaycard holds an annual Charity Golf day and with The Logic Group being the most recent company to join the Barclaycard Group, they elected Fleet Phoenix as the charity that the event would be supporting this year. The Corporate Golf Day was held at Brocket Hall Golf Course in Welwyn, Hertfordshire in October 2015. Marc Pettican, The Logic Group MD stated “It was a fantastic day (despite the weather) and I am delighted we were able to support Fleet Phoenix and would thank our customers and suppliers for their kind generosity. The Logic Group has an exciting partnership with Fleet Phoenix and I look forward to working closely on numerous more joint activities to generate further funds and exposure for this fantastic local charity”. A cheque for £10,000 was presented to the team in November.

Charlotte cannot express enough gratitude to The Logic Group and Barclaycard. “This amount of money will be put to great use and enable Fleet Phoenix to continue to support, mentor and develop young people in the area. I cannot thank those involved enough for all that they have done and the generosity that they have shown”.

Music Project support from local builder's merchant!

A big thank you to the staff at Travis Perkins in Fleet who have kindly donated some materials for us to use. The young people who attend one of our music projects are going to be making Cajon Drums with the plywood.

Support like this from local businesses means a great deal to us; so once again, Thank you Travis Perkins!

New Project - TLC

On Thursday 8 October we are starting a new project for 8 - 14 year olds at The Point Youth Centre after the success of our summer outreach project in The Lea. The project is open from 6:30 - 8:00 pm. We hope to see you there!

Lion's Den 2015

Fleet Lions recently invited local organisations to present their ideas to the Lion’s Den panel with the opportunity of winning financial support. Fleet Phoenix was awarded £1,000 to purchase new issue based resource kits. A huge thank you to the panel members and Fleet Lions!

Southwood Golf Club Phoenix Trophy Tournament

Saturday 8 August saw the return of Southwood Golf Club’s annual Fleet Phoenix Trophy Challenge. A donation was made to Managing Director, Charlotte Tickner, before the award ceremony began than afternoon. Thanking those who competed during the tournament Charlotte spoke of the work that the charity delivers, the young people that they work with and the difference that the community support, like that provided by the club, has made to the charity; ‘Today’s been fantastic and once again the support from Southwood has been wonderful. Thank you for all of your continued support and commitment to Fleet Phoenix’.

Skydive 2015!!!!

On Saturday 29 August 2015 nine brave supporters jumped for Fleet Phoenix. The skydives took place at Old Sarum Park near Salisbury and despite weather forecasters being wary the sun continued shining long enough for the groups to complete their skydives. The skydivers did tremendously well and we are all very proud of them!

Fundraising is still ongoing with sponsorship still rolling in; if you'd like to sponsor a skydiver please follow this link to the event My Donate Page:

Scam Jam 2015

Saturday 25 July saw blazing sunshine and freestyle talent in the form of Scam Jam; the yearly freestyle BMX and Scooter competition at The Views Meadow. This year 26 young riders aged 7 to 27 years competed in the competition. For the second year, the event was a tribute to Alex Godbold, a local young man who attended projects with Fleet Phoenix and was well known at The Views Meadow Skate Park.The event saw over 100 people attend, with badminton, a giant inflatable slide and BBQ to entertain those who were not competing in the competition.

EmpoFest - May 2015

On Sunday 24 May 2015 we held another live music event at The Old Emporium in Fleet, showcasing local up and coming musical talent with a mixture of live bands and DJs. We had a great turn out of musicians and supporters, with the night raising over £500 to contribute towards youth work provision in Hart. Thank you to everyone who came out and joined us!

Fleet Phoenix needs you!

Fleet Phoenix have a number of volunteering opportunities available, at our youth projects and at our shop Phoenix. If you would like to support the organisation and our local community and you are interested in the volunteering opportunities available please contact Charlotte.

The 12 in 12 Challenge

Gavin, a local resident has set himself the challenge of completing 12 challenges in 12 months, whilst raising joint sponsorship for Fleet Phoenix and also Stepping Stones DS. Gavin, who works for The Logic Group, will be completing a variety of challenges, from Survival of the Fittest to The Grim Challenge from May 2015 to May 2016.

If you would like to sponsor Gavin, please follow this link: 

Phoenix 2nd Birthday

On Saturday 31 January Phoenix staff celebrated the Phoenix Shop's second birthday with cake, light refreshments and a tombola. We also held a certificate presentation for our first group of learners who that month completed our Employability Training Course in our Training Centre.

Fleet Phoenix Christmas Concert

On Wednesday 17 December Fleet Phoenix held its annual Christmas Concert, with performances from our young people who attend Rock It (also known as Smart Music). The project is delivered to young people from varying backgrounds and with varying abilities. All young people are welcomed and supported to grow, learn and creatively express themselves.The project has been running for 7 years now with great success and has an amazing track record of artistic achievements all delivered in a fun and young person friendly way. We have a membership of 25 young people at present which is growing weekly. We are very proud of the young people and their achievements and are constantly in awe of their creativity.

The team welcomed lots of parents, families and friends on the evening. A raffle was also held, and with donations, raised £200 for the charity. Thank you to everyone who supported our musicians and vocalists on the night, a thoroughly enjoyable evening showing some great local talent. The team would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a peaceful New Year.

The project recommences on Tuesday 13th January 2015.

Sleep Out 2014

On Saturday 29 November Fleet Phoenix staff took part in a Sleep Out. We set up base on Fleet Road where we met hundreds of local residents and town visitors, conversed with young people, former clients, old friends, new friends and local businesses throughout the evening, spreading the word of the work that we do and raising awareness of youth homelessness. We were joined by a group of our own young people who were more than willing to chat away and help us to raise funds. The fundraising total reached to be over £300 throughout the night. Great thanks to everyone who helped out and to everyone who made donations.

Our training centre is now open and has course spaces available now!

The Fleet Phoenix Training Centre, on the first floor of Phoenix Community Shop, has begun its first programme of FREE employability training for local young people. The facility is partially funded by The Big Lotto Fund and offers FREE accredited and certified courses to support local young people to find employment. The Employability Training Course includes course units in Personal Learning, Workplace Expectations, Communication including the importance of first impressions, body language and active listening, Emotional Intelligence, Customer Care and Team Work, Career Exploration, Applying for Work and Mock Interview Preparation. We are very excited to be fully launching the training facility and hope that our learners will leave the 9 week course with the confidence, skills and knowledge to successfully find employment or further training. If you are interested, or know anyone who might be, please contact Maddie, our Training Manager via 

Fleet Phoenix in Technicolour

On Friday 26 September, we celebrated our Third Birthday with a Fundraising Ball at The Elvetham Hotel in Hartley Wintney. The Technicolour themed event was well attended with 60 supporters, staff and clients attending. The night was a great success with over £3100 being raised throughout the evening through donations, a raffle and auction!!Great thanks go to all of the businesses and companies who donated the prizes and to all of our guests who helped to make the night a triumph.

EmpoFest - August 2014

This bank holiday Sunday saw another fantastic fundraising music festival at The Old Emporium in Fleet. The night began with performances from local youth band Elias Martell, consisting of Kieran Thorpe, Sam Tookey and Ed Jordan, and Hannah and James also known as PBs and Js. Followed by a fantastic set by popular local band The Mushrooms. Kieran, James and Hannah have all attended these different projects and are continuing to amaze the staff with their rising talents, with James and Hannah performing at GuildFest this year and all three performing at the charity's fundraising ball last year.  

The one night music festival raised over £700 through donations and a raffle for a LCD TV and giant teddy bear. Youth Worker and co-organiser of the event, Maddie Brown said ‘We’d like to thank the staff at The Old Emporium, Kieran, Sam & Ed, Hannah & James and The Mushrooms. It’s fantastic how the local community have continued to show their support to Fleet Phoenix, and can see the value and need for the work that we do’.

Southwood Golf Club continue to support Fleet Phoenix

On Sunday 3 August Southwood Golf Club held the second Fleet Phoenix Trophy Challenge. It was another fantastic day, with lots of friendly faces and the event raised over £160 for the charity.

Southwood Golf Club have been a great source of support to Fleet Phoenix for several years and we are truly thankful for all of the support they have provided us.

Have Your Say in Hart 2014
A massive thank you to everyone who voted for us in the Have Your Say in Hart grant scheme. We have been informed this week that we won the grant! We can now begin planning our new Play and Learn project. The Play and Learn sessions will be for young parents in the area to support them and to teach them how to interact and play with their baby to aid development. Thank you once again!

Alex Godbold Tribute Scam Jam and Family Fun Day

Sunday 20 July 2014 saw the return of Scam Jam; the yearly freestyle BMX and Scooter competition held at The Views Meadow. This year’s event was held in memoriam of Alex Godbold. Alex was an avid BMX rider and was well known in the town and at the skate park having also previously competed in the event. His friends, family and the Fleet Phoenix staff felt it a fitting tribute to hold the Scam Jam and Family Fun Day in his memory. The event saw over 100 people attend, with bouncy castles, ball pools and giant inflatable slides to occupy and entertain those who were not competing in the competition.

Great thanks go to Jon and Nicola Godbold for supporting and sponsoring the event, to Vision Construction for providing the food and Camberley Signs for providing the large ramp banner.

EmpoFest - Easter 2014

After the success of last years EmpoFest over the August Bank Holiday weekend we joined forces yet again with the team at The Old Emporium, Fleet to hold the first of our fundraising events for 2014 over the Easter weekend. The night was another roaring success with live performances from Kieran Thorpe, PBs and Js and The Mushrooms. Over £700 was raised throughout the night. Thank you very much to everyone who supported us on the night and to the staff at The Old Emporium.

Good Neighbour Awards 2014

On Thursday 20 March Lucy and Adam were each presented Hampshire Good Neighbour Young and Old awards at The Great Hall in Winchester in recognition of the work they do within the local community. Well Done Lucy and Adam!!

Awards and Celebration Ceremony

On the evening of 12 November 2013 staff volunteers and young people attended an awards ceremony at Marwell Hotel, Winchester. Charlotte and Lucy both received awards; The John Oliver Bellasis Award for Youth Worker of the Year and The Judith Becher Award for Enthusiasm, respectively. We're very proud of them both!


Bright, Bold and Beautiful Ball 2013

On Friday 25 October Fleet Phoenix celebrated it's second birthday. Over 70 guests helped the team to celebrate another year of successful achievements at the fundraising ball held at The Elvetham Hotel. The night's entertainment included music performed by some of our young people, an auction and raffle as well as a disco to end the night. £2000 was raised throughout the night, which will go towards supporting our local youth projects.


EmpoFest 2013

Over the August Bank Holiday weekend The Emporium Public House held an event in association with us. EmpoFest was a three day event with live music, DJs, raffle and resource inspired activities. Some of our young people Hannah & James and Kieran Thorpe performed fantastically at the event and have been asked to perform at our second birthday ball in October. The weekend raised us over £3500!


Fleet Carnival 2013

The Fleet Carnival Committee selected Fleet Phoenix to be the Charity of the Year for 2013. In September they announced that £2000 had been raised throughout the carnival week; this money will be used to support the Training Centre.



John O'Groats to Lands End Cycle ride

 In early June a team of staff, volunteers, trustees and several members of the public cycled the equivalent distance of John O'Groats to Lands End. The 960km journey took us four days to complete, a fantastic, if not tiring, achievement. 

Phoenix Shop and Training Centre

On 5 January 2013 we took over the tenancy of a unit on Fleet Road to manage as a shop and training centre. We became a recognised AQA training centre in December 2012 and are hoping to begin offering recognised and accredited courses soon. Training courses will include retail, customer service skills, Art and Design, Application of Number, Key Skills in Numeracy and Literacy, Problem Solving and Teamwork. The shop was launched on Saturday 26 January and has been a great success.


Black, White and Bling Birthday Bash

On 26 October 2012 Fleet Phoenix celebrated it's first birthday with a Black, White and Bling Birthday Ball. The event held at Farnham Castle was a great success with over 100 guests attending and enjoying the evening which included an auction, raffle and disco.



Fleet Phoenix receive CAT mark

We were pleased to hear September 2012  that we have passed a recent assessment of quality by Youth Clubs Hampshire and Isle of Wight (YCHIOW). The CAT mark is a mark of quality, awarded by young people, to organisations providing services to young people. It is awarded by young people who have been trained to assess various services including the involvement of young people in all aspects of the service, safety, security and wellbeing of young people, equal opportunities and the environment and resources of the provision. Gaining the award shows our commitment to delivering a good quality service and meeting the needs of the young people who Fleet Phoenix support.


Three members of our team have been recognised for their voluntary contributions in Hart. Toby Bryant, Sonja Gahan and Dawn Watson were invited to attend an event at Robert May’s Centre in Odiham on 24 April 2012. The three nominees were recognised for their voluntary contributions to Fleet Phoenix and Hype. In all 28 individuals and a further 7 organisations and their representatives were greeted by Councillor John Kennett (Chairman of Hart District Council) and presented with a Chairman’s Volunteer Award for their efforts in the Hart District. Congratulations to Toby, Sonja and Dawn!


Youth Workers Maddie Brown and Sonja Gahan, trustee Karen Donnelly and two willing members of the public are taking part in a sponsored skydive to raise money for us this Autumn. Sonja was able to jump on the 16 September 2012; the others are hoping to jump in October at the Chiltern Park Aerodrome and have, to date, raised a staggering £2449.00. The funds they have raised will contribute to the needed funds required to continue running our youth projects.

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