Barnardos evening at the Ideas Hub, Chelmsford

Your Community Hub were invited to an evening at the Ideas Hub for Barnardo’s by Regional Community Fundraising Manager Devika Chowdhury, who was holding an evening event for the Charity.

The evening involved interesting and interactive talks about the history of Barnado’s and an insight into the impact the charity has on the local community today. She also explained about how important it is to get involved and how we can all support the Charity for Children all across the UK.

The evening was a casual affair, with good natured and kind people, giving information on a cause close to their hearts.

A select number of people got to enjoy this, please see the pictures from the evening

The next event will hopefully be at he end of summer and we hope to expect an even bigger turnout for this great and necessary charity

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact

Barnardo's at the Ideas Hub, Chelmsford

Barnardo's at the Ideas Hub, Chelmsford

Barnardo's at the Ideas Hub, Chelmsford

Barnardo's at the Ideas Hub, Chelmsford

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