RHLT is very proud to inform you that we won 'The best Charity/social enterprise' category at The Richmond Business Awards. We were cited as 'an excellent example of a creative approach to a real community issue'.
One of our volunteer has moved on to a new opportunity. We are very excited for him in his new job and he gave us some lovely feedback. Please click on the link to see what he said about volunteering at RHLT VOLUNTEER FEEDBACK
Please click on link below to see The People Hive in the Richmond and Twickenham Times.
The grand opening of The People Hive on Saturday 9th June was really well received. We had cues outside the shop waiting to come in. Vince Cable did a great job at opening the shop and we were delighted to see the Mayor of Richmond attend to. RHLT are grateful for all the support shown.
If you are intrigued about The People Hive in Twickenham please click on the link below to find out what we are getting up to and how you can get involved.
The Chirpy Cheeps performed at our Disco and Singalong on 2nd December. Everyone had a wonderful time, singing and dancing and meeting up with friends. Our team of volunteers made sure that this event went smoothly, we couldn't do what we do without their support.
They had a party for us at the Cabbage Patch at our pub night. They put on a wonderful spread of food (for free) and did karaoke. Everyone had a brilliant time. We would like to say a massive thank you to the Cabbage Patch for everything they do for us.
Chris participates in RHLT's work experience scheme which takes place at Laurel Dene care home. Chris has a placement in the busy kitchen of this care home for 99 elderly people. Initially Chris started his work experience doing the washing up and learning how the kitchen operates. He has now started baking. Chris said ‘’i enjoy it, the cooking, cleaning and pushing the trolly. The people are nice too”. I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to the chefs Ian, Jo and Paul for all the support and encouragement they have given Chris.