I couldn't let 2012 slip by without expressing my personal thanks to all those who have supported Perennial over the last 12 months.
I was new to this network last year and watched from the sidelines for a bit feeling that maybe it was not my place to be amongst you. I then took the plunge & went to the network meeting in Birmingham and was made to feel so welcome & supported that I realised what a fantastic support network you have here.
Since then Phil and the…Continue
Evening all, the following was written as an article for a hort magazine so apologies if you have seen it before, thought it appropriate to blog it now with Phil's epic journey just a few days away.
Do not read this it does not apply to you!
Perennial’s services team, now nine caseworkers and…Continue
This is a long blog that some of you may not choose to read, I can understand that but I make no apologies for writing it as a very brave lady has given me permission to share her story in the hope that we can help others.
In May 2011 we received a…Continue
Thank you for reading “Groundsman in Crisis” today I want to introduce you to Sam who we met earlier this year.
Sam is a well-respected…Continue
It was a good two years ago that we first met Dennis, I'm calling him that to protect his privacy we all know that isn't his real name but the rest is real.
Age Concern called me to say that they were concerned about a gentleman who had been a council groundsman till ill health forced early retirement aged…Continue
As I write 15 Perennial staff across the country will be helping colleagues in horticultural trades as they face some of lifes toughest challenges.
We have 11 caseworkers and 4 debt advisors who are professional, friendly and non judgemental and happy to help whether you are facing sudden loss of income…Continue
Added by Lindsey Churchill on May 4, 2012 at 15:29 — No Comments