- West Yorkshire aid for Ukrainian refugees arrives in Poland
ITV News Calendar has been in the town of Lewin Brzeski where two lorry loads of aid collected in Keighley Good Shepherd Centre have arrived.
- Generosity is amazing, but we are now overloaded.
Please allow us to sort and distribute the existing donations, we are organising 2nd Lorry. We urgently need people to help with sorting, labelling, packing, and loading vans.
- Support for Ukrainian's
Amazing support has been shown where once again local communities, businesses, schools and individuals have come together to support Ukrainians who found themselves leaving their loved ones, homes behind in search of a safe place in Poland.
- Round the World Cookery Club
Our first 'Round the World Cookery Club'
- All Saints'
How is All Saints’ Day celebrated around the world?
- Prevent in th Bradford District
Working Together for our Communuty
- BBQ - Cycle for Szymon
The Good Shepherd Centre all ready to welcome visitors at Michal’s congratulatory bike ride BBQ.
The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge, William & Kate, visited Bradford on 15th January 2020. The Centre Manager was invited along to meet them, along with several other Bradford Community groups.
Dorota wrote “it was a huge honour for us to be able to meet with the Duke William and Duchess Kate of Cambridge today. I had an opportunity to talk about the work The Good Shepherd Centre does within Keighley area and about the challenges that people experience.
It's been amazing to be surrounded by so many inspiring people from such diverse communities”.
We received a lovely donation of Easter eggs from the Stainless Band company. They were distributed to the families that we support. We are very grateful for this donation which put smiles on the children’s faces.
Dorota recently met the Dementia Friendly Keighley Team just as they moved into their brand-new office space which is now right next to the bus station next to the Airedale Shopping Centre in Keighley. They play a vital role in Keighley supporting residents who have dementia, but also their families. We are working towards becoming a Dementia Friendly Centre.
More work needs to be done but we will work hard towards it.