A big thank you to everyone that donated items, and everyone that came to buy them, at our Big Marvellous Second Hand Sale. We raised £500 which is a fantastic amount! It was also a great way to recycle items that were no longer wanted and give them a new home.
We had a fantastic turn-out at our Annual Meeting which saw the room packed with volunteers, representatives from other organisations. and the Town Mayor. Our Chairman, Ric Girdlestone, told the audience of several new initiatives undertaken by Winton House including the monthly Memory Cafe and a new food waste initiative in partnership with M&S whereby Winton House redistribute the food to charities across the town. The Manager, Sheridan Rocher, gave a lively and entertaining talk entitled 'What do we do?'. A question often asked about Winton House. The meeting finished with Jeff Williams, of the Alzheimers Society, giving details of how the Memory Cafe forms part of the wider Dementia Friendly Petersfield scheme.
Come and join our small team of gardeners to tend our award winning garden. We have a beautiful garden at the rear of the building and are looking for one or two more gardeners to help look after it. You would work as part of the garden team for a few hours a week or fortnight depending on your availability and the time of the year.
Please telephone Janet Coninx on 01730 267485 or use our Winton House Centre contact form.
Do you have a friendly and welcoming manner? We are looking for someone to work 3 hours a week, or fortnight, morning or afternoon, on our information desk. Duties include answering the phone and dealing with enquiries, giving out information, and taking transport bookings.
You will need to have good communication skills, be able to listen, and follow office procedures. No computer experience is required.
Please enquire within and talk to one of our office volunteers or use our contact form.
Did you know that Monday 19th September was International Talk Like a Pirate day? No we didn't either until Artscape, who hire our rooms, dressed up as pirates and toured the town. They started off here in our Tea Room and sang to a full room, with many sporting eye patches and singing along. It was such a good laugh and brightened up our Monday morning.