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    Weʼve raised £0 to help two fantastic local charities: Adam's bucketful of hope & VC Gallery, who support many people in Pembrokeshire on a daily basis.

    Closed on Wednesday, 10th October 2018

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    Supporting the people of Pembrokeshire.

    Adam's bucketful of Hope are a group of volunteers and cancer patients who work together to sustain a much needed support group for other patients and their carers.

    We have been christened the 'Buckateers' as we fight cancer and all it's associated problems with swashbuckling defiance using parties, trips and fun as their ammunition.

    Adam's bucketful of Hope offer podiatrists, therapists and beauticians who use various treatments to help you look and feel good and keep you on your feet, safely and comfortably. They have counsellors to provide support and advice along with coffee mornings to look after emotional needs. Along side all of that amazing help, they also use gardening, arts & crafts and music as a soothing way to dispel anxiety and fear.

    For more information on this wonderful charity and Adam's amazing work,

    visit: No:11 Dew street, Haverfordwest, SA611ST or contact: 01437779400, adamsbucketfulofhope@yahoo.co.uk

    The VC Gallery is a charity that connects veterans to veterans and ART (Access, Re-engage, Thrive). They empower people and enrich the wider community through art and creativity.

    We keep each other company, we enjoy each other’s company – it’s about socialising, community spirit and art.

    The VC Gallery help veterans and those in the wider community by getting them engaged in a variety of art projects. Barry John MBE, with 24 years of service in the army and an artistic background, with a large involvement in mental health work, realised the need in the community for his expertise and experience.

    The VC Gallery work with veterans, older people, children and anyone who needs time out to express themselves through art. The charity is not just limited to veterans, it also includes individuals with mental and physical disability, the young and elderly and anyone feeling alone, disadvantaged and isolated.

    The gallery provides a support hub and a welfare hub with projects that run all year round, building self-confidence and new skills. They also collaborate with schools, community centres, care homes and youth clubs, engaging people of all ages and enhancing personal, social and educational development.

    Along side all of this incredible work through art, the VC Gallery volunteers assist with everything from mental health to finance and housing issues.

    For more information on this amazing charity and all it's work

    Visit: www.thevcgallery.com or contact: 01437765873, barry@thevcgallery.com

    These two fantastic charities play such a huge roll in people's lives and deserve as much help as they can get for all the incredible work they do!

    All money raised will go straight to Adam's bucketful of Hope and The VC Gallery, so any donation, however small or big will go a long way in purchasing new equipment, just covering rent for a month or helping improve someones life.

    Thank you!

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